Celebrities have certainly become acquainted with the finer things in life. From $250,000 bottles of champagne to $2 million dollar bathtubs, they know how to indulge. While you may not be able to afford to live like a celebrity in many ways, you can still take cues from their impeccable home decor. With interior designers and luxury taste, many celebrities have turned their homes into veritable meccas of beauty and luxury. Included here are a few celebrity bedrooms that you may want to replicate in your home.
Many celebrities enjoy the clean look of a neutral palate, and Brinkley has taken advantage of that in her Caribbean beach home. Relaxing in the pale lighting of her bedroom, Brinkley utilizes a sheer canopy to bring a softening, and interest, to her four-post bed.
A good way to bring Brinkley-inspired home design to your house is to opt for a neutral color palate. Find pieces that you enjoy and that can work well together to make your home mirror her luxury. Four post beds are popular throughout celebrity homes and adding gauzy canopies are almost universally applicable.
If your tastes are the exact opposite of Brinkley’s, you may want a darker, richer look for your bedroom like Celine Dion’s bedroom. Late sleepers prefer darker-colored bedrooms, and with hues of chocolate over rich wood panels, Dion’s bedroom indulges the luxurious side of celebrity life. Dion very nearly sleeps in the spotlight with sparkling ambient lighting around the room and bed.
Bringing your living space into the bedroom is completely doable with Simpson’s design preferences. Enjoying the luxury look of a small sitting room overlooking a balcony, Simpson enjoys the diversity of her bedroom. Her bed is an overstuffed, extravagant thing and the room is completed with a beautiful dressing table.
Basketball star, Abdul-Jabbar, loves the sunshine and has welcomed it into his home with open arms. With a house in his Hawaiian paradise, Abdul-Jabbar utilizes skylights to bring sun into the home. His vaulted, wood-paneled ceilings further bring the warmth and the sky indoors and his gauzy-canopied, four-post bed brings the clouds home.
To bring the sun into your home, consider making renovations to install optimally-located windows, skylights and French doors. If this is not possible, utilize reflective fabrics and materials in your bedroom that can make it feel lighter and more open.
Friends star, Matthew Perry, brings the ocean inside with hues of white and blue in his Malibu home. With expansive views of the ocean from wall-width windows, Perry enjoys seeing the days and weather change over the ocean. Perry has his bed facing straight out at a window and also incorporates a long window seat and sitting area in the bedroom.