Private Viewing: Celebrity Living Rooms

28th December 2012
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Last week, Mad About The House brought you some celebrity kitchens to gawp at. This week, as we have now reached the lounging about stage of holidays, here are some celebrity living rooms. Those of you who attended last week will remember that we closed with Sting and Trudie Styler’s 18th century London townhouse kitchen. Today (for symmetry) we open with the sitting room of the same house. And yes, before you ask that is a real Picasso and a Matisse or three.

The low tables are by Yves Klein, the side table is by Diego Giacometti, and the sofa fabric is by Holland & Sherry, photographed by Derry Moore, via Architectural Digest

Joshua Bell, for those of you not in the know, is a classical violinist. He may not be a celebrity in the sense that you were thinking of when you clicked this link, but there’s no denying he has great living space and look how his sofas even echo the shape of a violin.

Joshua Bell’s Manhattan apartment photographed by Scott Francis via Architectural Digest

This belongs to Jennifer Aniston.

Photo: Scott Frances via Architectural Digest

And this to Courtney Cox.

Courtney Cox’s Malibu home photographed by Simon Upton for Elle Decor

Below is the West Village loft belonging to the actress Julianne Moore with views of the Hudson River.

Julianne Moore’s living room photographed by Pieter Estersohn via Elle Decor

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick recently put their New York home on the market for $18m. This is the sitting room (for more pictures click here )

Inside Sarah Jessica Parker’s NYC home, image from Sotheby’s Real Estate, via Huffington Post

Admit it, this is not what you were expecting from the Hollywood Hills home of comic actor Ben Stiller.

Ben Stiller’s house photographed by Grey Crawford for Elle Decor

Love the tiles on the stairs of Diane Keaton’s Spanish style home in Beverley Hills.

This 1920s house was photographed by Scott Francis. Image via Archtectural Digest.

Gerard Butler’s living room looks out at the Empire State Building.

Gerard Butler’s loft apartment photographed by Durston Saylor via Architectural Digest

This monochrome room belongs to Cher. The rug is described as “zebra print” so that’s all right then.

Cher’s house photographed by Tim Street-Porter via Architectural Digest

So there you have it. Which one do you like? For more celebrity living rooms visit Architectural Digest and Elle Decor  

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