What else is more exciting than taking a peek inside a celebrity’s home? With incredible and inspiring designs, these living rooms are the ones to pay attention to. Today, we’re showing you some of the best celebrity living rooms you’ll be craving to copy right now!
This incredible home in Californa belongs to Kourtney and was designed by the Kardashian’s trusted interior designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, who kept her client’s “inner hostess” in mind. It’s not a room meant for absolute comfort, but “more of a party and entertaining space,” says Kourtney. The proudly displayed piano in the room, which Courtney Kardashian took piano lessons on, is a gift from mom, Kris Jenner.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s hidden desert escape in Palm Springs boasts a magnificent, mid-century modern aesthetic, particularly in the living room. A huge stone fireplace and windows all around it, this incredible mansion can be rented out by $3,750 (starting rate) per night. Who could resist the yellow leather armchairs and shiny wooden ceiling?
Despite it’s neutral colors, Tyra Bank’s living room in her Beverly Hills home is nothing short of spectacular. The French doors, arched clerestory windows, hardware, Italian plaster walls, and maple floors are original to the house, built in 1926. Unfortunately, Tyra sold this house in 2016, not long after her son, York, was born.
Robert Downey Jr.
We couldn’t expect nothing less than a whimsical living room on Robert Downey Jr.’s house. In here, the quirky pop art and massive ceramic fireplace wall immediately catch your attention. From there, you may notice that the wraparound couch covered in fabrics by Toyine Sellers and Clarence House that sits in a sunken-in area. Who wouldn’t fall in love with this living room?
The living room in Sting and Trudy Styler’s huge NYC penthouse is nothing short of stunning. It features an amazing open, double-sided spiral fireplace that was inspired by the Fibonacci Spiral and is used to separate the huge room from the library and the floor-to-ceiling French doors open up to a 43 ft. terrace that overlooks Central Park. In late 2017, the couple decided it was someone else’s turn to enjoy the living room, selling the penthouse for $50 million.
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