Spotted: Top 5 Fab Celebrity Homes
Will Ferrell's loft in Architectural DigestEllen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi have done an amazing job with their Beverly Hills home. Instead of hiring one designer, the couple enlisted the help of three art dealers and designers to hand pick items for the home, Tommy and Kathleen Clements, Cliff Fong, and Harrison Holman. This is a bold move, because the home consists of five different tastes, the three teams and each member of the couple, too! Luckily, a beautiful gallery was created inside their home. I would love to live here!
Ellen DeGeneres's home in Architectural DigestJulianne Moore's NYC garden is hard to come by here in city! With the help of landscape architect Brian Sawyer the gorgeous celeb has managed to carve out a little piece of serenity here in this busy city. In just two months Sawyer created a lush green space filled with ivy, fern and moss. It even has an unusual touch—a basketball hoop! I didn't think this would fit the style, but it works!
Julianne Moore's garden in Architectural DigestNina Garcia is constantly on the go. So when she decided to move into her Upper East Side, Manhattan home she enlisted the help of Gallery BAC owner and architect Carlos Aparicio to create a retreat. The mid-century pieces combined with a variety of rugs make up Garcia's peaceful home.
Nina Garcia's home in Architectural DigestFrank Sinatra is easily the most famous on this list, and his home is the most famous as well! The 1940's home is named Twin Palms after the two tall palm trees on the property. The home is decorated fabulously, but more important, the history of the home is unbelievable! You can now rent the home for weeks at a time. Just think of all the celebs that have had a cocktail there, attended a party there, AND even slept there!