Our Favorite Celebrity Homes

March 17, 2020

Celebrity style goes well beyond the red carpet. Whether you are looking to fantasize about your dream home or are looking for design inspiration, we have pulled together some of our favorite celebrity homes. 

Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick’s Rustic Mountain Home:

Brooklyn Decker, the Grace and Frankie actress, spared no expense when it came to this North Carolina mountain home. The materials used to build this residence, reclaimed wood and granite, were locally sourced from the area. Decker was committed to make her new home harmonious with its surroundings, so she opted for a luxurious, yet rustic, aesthetic. With meaningful, antique pieces and some quirky styling choices, this rustic mountain home has charisma to spare. 

A Haven In Los Angeles

Jessica Alba’s French Countryside Inspired Family Home:

Perched on the edge of a scenic, leafy canyon, in Los Angeles, resides the Alba family home. Inspired by the French countryside and apartments in Paris, Alba’s home took on a timeless aesthetic. Jessica Alba’s designers described her style by noting that Alba prefers to use organic materials, natural fibers and fabrics, hemp textures, and reclaimed wood. This is no surprise to us as her eco-friendly company, The Honest Co., is founded on thoughtfully produced and safe products. Alba stressed the importance of curating a “flowing family zone” where the living area opened up into the kitchen to create a space fit for a family of four.

Midcentury Modern Perfection

Mandy Moore’s 1950’s Home:

Moore’s primary residence is located high atop a Pasadena hill, just outside of Los Angeles. Moore’s home signifies her “declaration of her independence” by using interior design to express her personal style and character. Moore noted that while renovating her home, she wanted to “recapture the homes original spirit”. The home was restored to this “original spirit” by designing with a warm color palette and by incorporating luxe, midcentury modern furniture. The overall aesthetic and styling choices gave us a stunning and updated take on Midcentury design, which we cannot get enough of.

A Modern Mountain Ski Home

Aerin Lauder’s Aspen Ski Home:

This light-filled Aspen ski lodge gives us all the cozy vibes. Lauder’s mountain home is both simple and luxurious but also functions as the perfect family getaway. While describing the residence, Lauder said, “It’s cozy, very casual, very family.”. Though modern, the home is thoughtfully adorned with rustic elements such as Cashmere-lined coyote- and fox-fur rugs, wire-brushed oak detailing, and a wood burning fireplace. This home makes for the perfect family ski vacation.

A Dreamy California Paradise

Jennifer Aniston’s Modern California Home:

Aniston’s residence, high in the hills of Southern California, is a beautiful mix of different styles. Aniston describes the mixed decor and architecture as “Old-world meets New-world”. The residence includes a mix of handprinted wallpaper, modern architecture, midcentury furniture, silk rugs, and Japanese screens. “Every corner you turn, you have an experience. Everywhere you look, you get a vista. We worked very hard to get that flow right,” Aniston says. It is easy to say that Aniston truly has an aesthetic all her own.

Photography by Anna Naphtali Courtesy of The Architectural Digest, Stephen Kent Johnson Courtesy of The Architectural Digest, Trevor Tondro Courtesy of The Architectural Digest, and François Halard Courtesy of Vogue.