As much as we love to hate our favorite A-listers and pretend like we don’t care about the headlines, their lives are fascinating. Glamorous, alluring and with every fixture and detail meticulously planned out, their interior design should serve as inspiration to covet and emulate.
Drew Barrymore - Santa Barbara
With a library full of leather-bound books, the ET star’s home is beaming with rich mahogany, contrasting animal prints and an inviting fireplace
to inspire you to relax by the fire doing your best Ron Burgundy impression.
Emeril Lagasse - NYC
While the kitchen may be where he spends most of his time, no celebrity chef’s home is complete without a formal living room. Boasting a wine cellar, grand piano and stone mantel, the five-story townhouse was listed for $13.5 million in 2012 and comes with a rooftop solarium.
Hilary Duff – Toluca Lake
Proving she’s officially no longer a child, the former Disney star sold her romantic Mediterranean retreat a few years ago for $6.25 million, which included a home gym and gift-wrapping room. The star of the show was her outdoor entertaining area with villa-style courtyards, romantic lights and oversized seating areas.
Howie Mandel – Malibu
A surprisingly traditional Cape Cod design for the eccentric game show host, Howie Mandel’s beautiful Malibu property boasts panoramic ocean views and a nautical chic interior with preppy pastels and whites.
Bruce Willis – Idaho
Tough guy Bruce Willis’s winter escape is just that, rustic. Set on 10 acres of land in a gated community in no name Hailey, Idaho, his ski cottage comes with enormous ceilings, a separate guesthouse and a home gym.
Ozzy and Sharon Osborne – Hidden Hills
Featured in Architectural Digest, Jessica Simpson supposedly purchased the Osborne’s lavish residence for $11.5 million. Full of ornate touches like silk wall coverings and antique chandeliers, every detail was thoughtfully chosen for the rock duo.