Celebrity Living Rooms

Looking for a little bit of living room decoration inspiration?

Check out how some of our favorite celebrities decorate with this peek into their living rooms.

Relaxing is easy for Aniston

1.  Jennifer Aniston: The “Friends” star collaborated with designer Stephen Shadley to transform her 1970 residence in Beverly Hills into an inviting retreat where she routinely hosts parties and gatherings. “The making of the house was as significant to me as the living in it,” says the actress. The living room is an intimate space that opens to views of a koi pond. The low table is an antique. Shadley designed the linen on the sofa and the velvet chair is by Manuel Canovas.

Gerard’s Rustic Hideaway

2. Gerard Butler: Located in Manhattan’s Chelsea District, Gerard Butler has managed to bring in rustic charm in his 3,300 square foot loft in a converted warehouse. To create the room, he worked with architect Alexander Gorlin and film designer Elvis Restaino. Butler said in a recent interview,” “I wanted something elegant and gorgeous and at the same time rather masculine and raw,” says the actor. “I guess I would describe the apartment as bohemian old-world rustic château with a taste of baroque.”  

Keaton’s simplistic style shines through

3. Diane Keaton:  Another star who enlisted Stephen Shadley’s designs, Diane Keaton managed to bring simplicity back into style. An avid collector and student of design, Keaton knew she wanted to take the space back to its 1920 roots with a simplistic nod to California’s Spanish heritage.The living room features works by Maynard Dixon and William Ritschel. The pots are Hillside, from the teens and ‘20s; the daybeds are Monterey pieces. Of the latter, Shadley says, “Diane has the best collection anywhere.”

No joking here. Ben Stiller’s living room defines “warmth”.

4.  Ben Stiller: Though Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor’s home’s architectural design is similar to Diane Keaton’s, the interior offers a different decorating style. In their living room, Stiller and Taylor brought Spanish revival into the modern times by including Dunbar-style velvet sofas and a Scandinavian light fixture to add warmth.  Rich blue tones on the walls and photographs capturing nature complete the warm look.

Which style do you like best? Is there anything you might change in them? How easy do you think it would be to transfer the celebrities’ styles into your home?

Photos courtesy of Realtor.com and ElleDecor.com

4 comments

  1. Aren’t they though? I would LOVE to have the chance to recreate one in my home. Thanks for stopping by Becky!

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