5 Best Celebrity Homes from Architectural Digest
The magazine, Architectural Digest, has featured an amazing amount of celebrity homes. Some feel like furniture advertisements while others are previews before the celebrity lists the home for sale. Neither truly bother me as I love the chance to peek into these beautiful homes.
The Los Angeles home of Olympic skier and actor, Gus Kenworthy, was designed by Orlando Soria. I just absolutely love the bedroom. The black plaster walls, the gray plaid bed, the black ceiling! It is all amazing. I wish I could jump into that photo.
The New York City home of Stranger Things and Black Widow actor, David Harbour, was designed by Kyle O’Donnell. I just absolutely love the bathroom. The brass fixtures on top of blue tile remind me of a Moorish bath house. I don't think I would ever get out of that bath!
Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan
The New England home of Back to the Future actor and Family Ties actress looks like it's out of a fairytale. I'm not sure if I would want to live here, but I certainly wish was a Bed and Breakfast. The house was designed by architect Charles Myer based on ideas from Fox.
The Rio de Janeiro home of "Ain't Over TIl It's Over" singer is a massive 18th century plantation that still functions as a farm. The traditional Portuguese influences in the Brazilian jungle mixed with American rock n' roll is simply divine.
The Los Angeles home of the "Party in the U.S.A" singer's home blends dark black elements with soft rainbow elements into something fabulous.
Did I miss any celebrity home you love?