Last summer Drew Barrymore got hitched in the backyard of her Montecito home to art consultant Will Kopelman. Now they’re selling the traditional-style estate, which was built in 1937 and sits on 2 acres, for $7.5 million. Take a look!
Here’s what the listing agent says about this spectacular Montecito mansion:
“Gorgeous 1937 traditional home on approx. 2 acres of secluded, lush grounds. Located between the Upper and Lower Villages and in the Montecito Union School District, this classic two story estate features 6 bedrooms, 7.5 baths, separate guest apt & ample parking. A walking path winds through the abundant gardens, citrus and avocado trees and expansive lawn to create a one of a kind setting.”
Take a peek into these dreamy celebrity master bedrooms, with exquisite furnishings, high-end flourishes, and the height of luxury comfort and sophistication. Watch the video above or read the excerpts from Elle Decor below!
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Sarah Jessica Parker’s Master Bedroom
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s laid-back Bridgehampton master bedroom mixes crisp white walls, bedding, and curtains with colorful accessories, including an aqua Christopher Spitzmiller lamp and apple-green vintage armchairs. Designer Eric Hughes grounded the room with a sisal rug and hung grommeted IKEA curtain panels for a relaxed, beachy feel.
A wall of the master bedroom is covered in a silk by MDC Wallcoverings, and the bed, bedding, bedside tables, and rug are by Calvin Klein Home; the side table and lamps are vintage, and the painting is by Carlos Vega.
The master bedroom’s mirror, bed, bedding, lamp, and rug are all by Armani/Casa, the wall color is Harvest Time by Benjamin Moore, and the print is by Andy Warhol. To see a tour of his entire apartment designed by the Armani/Casa design team, click here.
In the master bedroom, the headboard fabric and bedding are by Matteo, the sheepskin rug is by IKEA, and the chandelier is an antiques-fair find; Deary made the bedside table, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Stone Hearth. To see the full tour of Keri’s beautiful Brooklyn brownstone, click here.
The custom-made headboard in the master bedroom is upholstered in an alpaca velvet, and the task lamps are reproductions of an Édouard-Wilfred Buquet design; Kelly Behun designed the side tables of ebonized wood and shagreen and the lacquer console, the stools are 1940s French, and the prints are by Mariah Robertson. For the full tour of Ivanka’s Manhattan apartment, click here.
In Courteney Cox’s master bedroom designed by Trip Haenisch, the custom-made head- and footboards are zinc, the selenite bedside tables are by Blackman Cruz, and the bedding is by Deborah Sharpe Linens; the two-tone Swag Leg chair is by George Nelson, and the rugs are from DDC.
Designer Jonathan Adler and Barneys New York creative director Simon Doonan’s Palm Beach pad is as vibrant as its stylish owners. The master bedroom shines with a Paul Evans chrome bed and a giant silver dollar replica found at a thrift shop—not to mention the megawatt walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Bold Yellow.
The master bedroom of legendary designer Ralph Lauren’s Montauk getaway is a tropical escape, complete with rattan furnishings and breezy curtains that hang from a custom-made teak tester bed. The floor lamp and Scott Madras cotton bed curtains are by Ralph Lauren Home.
Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo enlisted designer Martyn Lawrence-Bullard to create a well-traveled look for her Hollywood Hills bedroom. Pompeo found the bed at one of her favorite Parisian stores, Caravane Chambre 19, and accessorized it with an antique Egyptian wall hanging, Moroccan-style brass lamps, an Indian throw, and 1950s West African pillows from Hollywood at Home.
Known for her over-the top, exuberant style, Donatella Versace’s Milan bedroom is an eclectic—yet surprisingly restrained—combination of classic and modern. The grand space features a metal bed by Julian Schnabel, a black lacquer side table by Versace Home and Giorgio de Chirico’s painting Il Grande Metafisico.
The rest of her apartment exudes dramatic glamour, but Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell made an exception with her bedroom—using muted tones and understated furnishings. The bed is dressed with an antique suzani, the rug is by Madeline Weinrib, and the painting is Dutchman’s Dawn II by Ellen Kozak.
The light-filled master bedroom of Meg Ryan’s home on Martha’s Vineyard is all about ease. Vintage linens, simple lighting, and a barnstyle sliding door create a rustic feel. The custom-made bed and trunk were designed by Marsha Russell of Satinwood and made by Herrick & White , and the sconce is by O’Lampia Studio.
Model Cindy Crawford enlisted decorator Michael S. Smith to design the Malibu home she shares with husband Rande Gerber. The master bedroom combines traditional elements—a tufted chaise longue, dark woods, and a stone fireplace—with eclectic touches like Moroccan rugs and an embroidered bedcover, resulting in a sophisticated, yet comfortable space.
With the help from her designer sister, Suzanne Coleman Bancroft, Jennifer Creel created a mix of bright textiles in her energetic Manhattan master bedroom. The bed features a headboard upholstered in an Osborne & Little fabric and crisp red-trimmed sheets by Leontine Linens. The charcoal drawing is by Robert De Niro Sr.
John Derian’s Flea Market Finds For Celebrity Master Bedrooms
Flea market veteran and designer John Derian filled his New York City apartment with an array of well-worn finds creating a rustic haven on the Lower East Side. The antique iron bed is topped with a quilt from John Derian Co. and a vintage ticking pillow from Paula Rubenstein. Also on display is a sea sponge given to him by his sister, a photograph by David Armstrong, and a curtain made from 1930s French fabric.
Brian Atwood made sure his Milan bedroom is as chic as the towering stilettos he designs. Anchored by a black accent wall, the space—which was designed by Atwood and Nate Berkus—features an eye-catching Serge Mouille light fixture, a moody painting by Alberto Cira, and bedding by Nate Berkus for HSN.
Celebrity Bedroom Designs: Alexandra Wentworth and George Stephanopoulos
Actress Alexandra Wentworth turned to designer (and old friend) Elizabeth Martin to help her decorate the Washington, D.C., home she shares with Good Morning America cohost George Stephanopoulos. In the master bedroom lively patterns on the armchair and bed pillows add a dose of energy to the room’s subdued neutral palette. The curtain fabric is by Nancy Corzine and the armchair is upholstered in a linen by Raoul Textiles.
Celebrity Bedroom Designs: Josie Natori’s Far East Bedroom
Modern architecture meets Eastern antiques in the Manhattan bedroom of fashion designer Josie Natori. The clean-lined space by Calvin Tsao of Tsao & McKown features Tsao’s custom bed with one of Natori’s antique textiles used as a bedcover; another textile is mounted above. The tranquil wall color is Gonn Bianco by Benjamin Moore.
Roberto Cavalli brings his signature opulence and animal prints to the master bedroom of his Tuscan villa. Pieces from Cavalli’s extensive art collection are reflected in the 19th-century gilt-wood mirror, which doubles as a headboard. The bed is adorned with a glamorous scarlet and zebra silk duvet cover and a patchwork fur throw—both adding exotic touches.
“When she’s not in Hollywood, actress Hilary Swank heads to a spare, serene apartment overlooking downtown New York where the views take center stage.
As a girl, Hilary Swank could see the whole world from her bedroom—at least in her mind’s eye. Living in a trailer park with her mother, she devoured books, which she checked out by the armload from the bookmobile that made the rounds of her Bellingham, Washington, neighborhood. By 15, an age when the average girl’s most fervent fantasy is to kiss some silly pop star, Swank had envisioned a rich and important life for herself.
So perhaps it’s no surprise that this lauded actress (she was one of the youngest women ever to win two Best Actress Academy Awards) is content to inhabit a New York apartment that is modest in size and chicly understated in its decor. For Swank, a home needn’t be as extravagant as a dream. “I feel comforted in smaller spaces,” she says. “They’re more nurturing.”
Her tranquil 1,400-square-foot New York City nest also has practical benefits. It came in handy, for example, during the filming of New Year’s Eve, a sprawling ensemble project directed by Garry Marshall, opening December 9, in which Swank plays Claire Morgan, the woman in charge of making sure the Times Square ball drops on time. (Other cast members include Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Sarah Jessica Parker.) “It’s a funny movie with a lot of heart,” says Swank, whose character is afraid of heights—unlike the famously daredevil actress, who has played both a boxer and Amelia Earhart. “It’s about second chances and forgiving yourself and life as a journey.”
For Swank, whose primary residence is a rambling villa on the West Coast that she shares with her boyfriend and his son, retreating to her Manhattan hideaway doesn’t mean shutting out the world. “I feel like I’m in a tree overlooking the city,” she says. Though her building is situated close to the Hudson River, her view takes in only a thin slice of that mighty waterway; mostly, she gazes out on the intriguing rooftop tableaux of downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn, and Queens beyond. “I have started collecting art,” says Swank, “but there’s no piece of art that can compete with the cityscape. I love New York.”
To help her craft an interior worthy of the view, she hired designer Mark Zeff, with whom she’d worked previously on a New York brownstone and her California house. The two have a natural sympathy. “Hilary is very intense and also very pure,” says Zeff. “She knows what she likes. She doesn’t live in fantasy. I wanted to create a place that would give her a sense of grace and harmony.”
His options were limited, however, as Swank didn’t want any demolition or reconfiguration of the apartment, which is in a new building on the site of a former printing plant. Walls had to stay where they were; kitchen and bathrooms remained largely as is.” Click here to read the rest of the article.
Since we featured her sister Khloe in a previous celebrity video, we thought we’d go ahead and show you the gorgeous living arrangements of older sister Kim Kardashian! Enjoy! Want your own Celebrity Home? Click Here!
“The Brentwood home where Marilyn Monroe passed away is on the market for $3.6 million, having changed hands several times since that infamous day but no worse for wear. The star had purchased the home in 1962 for $90,000, and had been set to make mortgage payments at $320 a month.