The homes of celebrities make everyone curious. They have access to the most talented interior designers, being able to create the most stunning spaces with the coolest coffee and side tables. But, the space that raises the most interest is definitely the living room designs. So today, we brought you our top 10 picks for celebrities’ luxury living room designs.
‘Industrial’ and ‘colorful’ aren’t often used in the same phrase… But the truth is that these two words can go pretty well together and an example of that is Will Ferrell’s New York industrial loft! Although the ambiance sobriety and clean lines are possible to see Ferrell’s fun side in the decoration. A pop of color here and there makes absolutely all difference!
This is a living room chic, European, the look of a modern girl who has inherited her grandmother’s stuff. Emily Rossum has a very classic taste and this space reflects young energy, but with old-fashioned touches. Stunning!
Sir Elton John & David Furnish
Sir Elton John and his partner, filmmaker David Furnish have one of the most amazing living rooms ever. It’s very 70’s, very L.A, à la the building’s architecture. The living room offers sweeping city views, but pieces from the couple’s art collection also command attention.
This living room is a lesson in rich indulgence, bursting with vibrant colours and rich textures that are exciting yet comforting, too. The mid-century living room is also an intimate space that opens to views of a koi pond.
Naomi Watts & Liev Schreiber
In this living room, jute rugs and velvet-covered sofas pair with leather side chairs and wood accent tables for an eclectic, worldly look. It has a beautiful family vibe in the most elegant way.
John Legend & Christine Teigen
For Legend, this living room helped him fuel his creative process. Several of the songs on his forthcoming album was recorded at the living area’s grand piano. A sophisticated update of mid-century modernism, the living room reflects the spirit of a young couple.
This living room is elegant and gorgeous and at the same time rather masculine and raw. Gerald Butler describes his apartment as bohemian old-world rustic chateau with a taste of baroque.
Minimal, modern, sleek, and totally cool—everything you’d expect from the designer who spearheaded minimal fashion: Calvin Klein. This whitewashed living room is accented with warm wood notes and a stylish black lamp. The natural light courtesy of the floor to ceiling windows is everything.
The living room, with its blue, beige, and chestnut palette and low, laid-back furnishings, communicates its personality most vigorously through textures: the iron of a Jean Royère lamp, the raw silk of the sweeping curtains.
There’s a sense of mid-century twist and modern edge throughout the apartment. Geometric profiles punctuate the living space and the legs of cane-back round side chairs are sheathed in a blue lacquer. A contemporary feel also comes by way of moody jewel-inspired colors.