The team at Jake’s Moving and Storage has seen it all. From tiny studio apartments to grand villas our dedicated movers have assisted dozens of people transition into new spaces. Because we are pros at completing long distance moves and the use of our handy storage facilities makes our customers lives easier we are always busy! But every now and then we find a few spare moments to daydream about designer homes and often find ourselves indulging in gossip about celebrity design trends. Glance at our list of just a few of our favorite celebrity homes and imagine yourself in their shoes today.
Famous film director Joel Schumacher’s one-of-a-kind rustic compound was built in 2000 and featured in Architectural Digest thanks to its unique and stunning look. Architect Don Nulty was hired to design the home, which features reclaimed wood and stainless steel appliances in his grand kitchen. Mixing the old with new gives the room a modern feel and old world charm that is oh so trendy this year for home decor.
The fashionista and television personality’s home was featured on MTV’s The Hills. Built in the 1920s and tastefully renovated while keeping its vintage charm, her Bathroom features another hot interior decorating trend. A plush armchair and solid wood cabinet are striking next to the cool white marble and chic check tile. Making a bathroom feel like another living space is so in right now!
This famous actor’s Beverly Hills home exudes Spanish charm. Gorgeous arched doorways, orange tile roof and a useful and aesthetic courtyard amaze guests. In one of our current Jake’s Moving and Storage blogs we dished on the current interior design trends to watch out for. Mr. Willis must have read our blog as well as he is totally tech free living room with fireplace focal point are on point with this year’s styles. Exposed ceiling beams also create depth and a classic hacienda vibe, perfect for day or night in our opinion.
The master bedroom of Keri Russell’s Brownstone has been customized to not only suit her needs and tastes but the trends of today. Mixing fabrics and materials, the room has an airy and outdoorsy feel while still maintaining a timeless elegance. Complete with a fabric headboard, stone colored walls, sheepskin rug by Ikea, and an antique fair find chandelier this bedroom is sure to find its way into your dreams.