It’s not only the Kardashians who know a thing or two about gorgeous, envy-worthy home decor – and it’s not every day that you get to take a sneak peek at the boudoirs of the rich and famous. These stylish celebrity bedrooms will inspire you to rethink renovating and redecorating your own personal space. So go ahead and take a virtual tour of the homes of Hollywood’s biggest A-listers and see some of the most show-stopping bedrooms you’re ever likely to come across.
This three-storey Spanish-style hacienda owned by the Oscar winner also happens to contain the rejuvenating zen bedroom of our dreams. Equipped with a wood-burning fireplace, a separate seating area with two sets of French doors opening onto the courtyard and a spa-like bathroom with a freestanding soaker tub, we’re pretty sure we’d never leave our room if we lived here. Take the full tour of Leonardo DiCaprio’s Los Angeles home.
We can’t get over this spectacular 11,500-square-foot clifftop mansion that the Grammy-winner purchased for a hefty price tag. If it happens to look familiar, that’s because it was featured in the Marvel franchise as the high-tech abode of Robert Downey, Jr.’s Tony Stark. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows in the master bedroom boast stunning ocean views that naturally brighten the the otherwise grey, industrial space. Take the full tour of Alicia Keys’ sleek mountaintop Iron Man mansion.
The Canadian pop star and wife Hailey Baldwin purchased this well-known Beverly Hills property for a whopping $8.5 million. Boasting five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and more than 6,000 square feet of space, there’s undeniably plenty of room for the young couple to throw a party or two. The sun-soaked master bedroom is, unsurprisingly, a total show-stopper with rift oak beamed ceilings, gas fireplace and a private terrace. The ensuite bathroom even contains a marble bath. Take a full peek inside Justin Bieber’s stunning new mansion.
This cozy Greenwich Village home was purchased by the A Star is Born star shortly after his Oscar-nominated film skyrocketed to the top of the box office charts. The expansive master bedroom features large windows with an additional transom-style window above it, which bathes the room with plenty of natural light. It also boasts a gas fireplace and chic curtain-less canopy bed fit for a Hollywood A-lister. Take the full tour of Bradley Cooper’s $13.5 million townhouse in New York City.
This 12-bedroom, 13,000-square-foot stunner is total eye candy, from top to bottom. The soothing second-storey master bedroom features gorgeous French doors that access a private deck that overlooks the expansive property. We especially love the small seating area next to the cozy fireplace. Want more? Take a peek inside Bruce Willis’ sprawling former Westchester County, New York mansion.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star rented this Malibu beach house shortly after her Los Angeles home was ravaged by wildfires last year. The bright and airy master suite features blonde hardwood floors and exposed wood ceilings, lending the space a chill beach vibe. We love the pops of colour offered up by the wall art and throw pillows.
Before she became a bona fide Duchess, the California-born former actress occupied this jaw-dropping Los Angeles colonial-style home with ex-husband Trevor Engleson. Each of the four bedrooms in the home are quite spacious and feature gentle colour palettes. We especially love the unique windows.
A jaw-dropping beachside Malibu mansion overlooking the Pacific Ocean? An estate this gorgeous could only belong to one of the world’s most famous supermodels. The beachy chic master suite is giving us serious cottage vibes with its views of the water, a cozy fireplace and a sitting area that opens onto a private deck for optimal sunbathing. You’ll probably want to take a full tour of Cindy Crawford’s oceanfront Malibu mansion.
We don’t know about you, but we’ve never seen a farmhouse as spacious or gorgeous as the talk show queen’s Santa Barbara property. We especially dig the bi-level master bedroom – which totally gives off envy-worthy “tranquil retreat” vibes. With its vaulted ceiling, fireplace and French doors leading out to the front porch, we don’t blame Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi for snapping this mansion up.
The ‘Full House’ House
Granted, this San Francisco property is only famous for its exterior which was prominently featured in the opening credits of the 1990s hit TV series, Full House. But the recently renovated interior deserves a gold star for its stunning new features. This guest bedroom – one of the home’s four sleeping spaces – has been redone as a soothing space with a soft colour palette and warm wood flooring. Take the full tour of the Full House home.
Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard
This historic Brooklyn brownstone features four bedrooms and 3,600 square feet to move around in. Impressively, the master suite occupies the entire second floor – yes, you read that correctly – and incorporates a wood-burning fireplace and fitted walk-in closet. It also boasts a separate den/office space that could easily be converted into a second smaller bedroom.
The singer’s stunning Hollywood Hills mansion is now available for rent – for a whopping $35,000/month. But if the master bedroom is any indication of the high-quality features in this gorgeous space, we just might consider it. From the built-in gas fireplace to the private ensuite lounge, we’d be tempted to spend our whole stay in bed. Take the full tour of Rihanna’s Hollywood Hills mansion.
This modest Tudor-style retreat in Beverly Hills was once home to Cher and although the singer recently sold the property, the space was still jam-packed with her personality and flair for decor. The spacious master bedroom, for example, features vaulted wood beam ceilings, reclaimed wood flooring and a wood-burning fireplace. If you happen to be sitting on the bed, you’ll see the space open up onto its own den and bay windows overlooking the gorgeous property.
Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright
The Vanderpump Rules stars purchased this sprawling home in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley for a modest $1.91 million. With its vaulted ceilings, shiplapped walls and wide-plank wood floors, there’s plenty of steal-worthy design tips that make us green with envy. The minimalist approach really proves that less is more.