A-Listers at Home: Inside the Stunning Houses of Kylie Jenner, Shonda Rhimes and More Celebs

Tour the gorgeous homes of Hollywood's most style-savvy stars.

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Kylie Jenner's 'Perfect' Pink House

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Kylie Jenner, 21, worked with designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard to decorate her Hidden Hills, California home in a way that suited her lifestyle — which of course included a youthful and luxe glam room complete with Barbie artwork, pink swivel chairs, and a neon art installation. "I told Martyn that color was essential," Jenner, 21, told Architectural Digest in their March 2019 cover story. "I love pink, and I wanted a lot of it!"

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Kylie Jenner's Dining Space

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Bullard incorporated butterfly prints into Jenner's fun, feminine dining room, which he tells PEOPLE is a nod to her boyfriend Travis Scott because butterflies were around when the pair met. (They're also one of Kylie and daughter Stormi's favorite animals.) "He spends a lot of time at the house and has his own closet there," Bullard told PEOPLE of the couple. "The design was obviously for Kylie but it's done in a way to really be a family home."

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Kylie Jenner's Family Home

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While the makeup mogul dedicated an entire walk-in closet to her handbags, with her shoe closet in the next room, she also ensured the house was kid-friendly. Admits Kylie: "Stormi has definitely taken over the house with her toys!"

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Shonda Rhimes' Sprawling L.A. Mansion

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When Shonda Rhimes first saw the house she now calls home in L.A., she thought it was "ugly" and "wrong," but she was still drawn to it. "As someone who spends most of her days crafting stories for television (Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, How to Get Away with Murder), I can only explain it like this: The house felt like … good story," she wrote in AD's January cover story. "And every inch of me wanted to write it."

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Shonda Rhimes's Family-Friendly Living Room

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The showrunner teamed up with famed designer Michael S. Smith, who decorated the Obamas' private quarters in the White House, to create a space that was both her own and perfect for her family. "This is a place where kids can play pretend and spill things," she writes, "and I do not ever stress about something expensive and antique being stained."

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Shonda Rhimes's Star-Worthy Backyard

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Rhimes, who loves to entertain, wanted a seamless indoor-outdoor flow to her home, and decorated the resort-style pool area with lounge chairs and a cabana. "My favorite thing to do when entertaining is open all of those doors and enjoy a dance party," she writes.

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Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard's Brooklyn Brownstone

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The actor couple first fell in love with their New York City townhouse, located in Brooklyn's Park Slope neighborhood, twelve years ago, when Gyllenhaal was pregnant with their first daughter, Ramona.

"When we walked into this house, it really felt like a home to us," Gyllenhaal tells archdigest.com. "The light is beautiful and the rooms feel airy because the ceilings are unusually high."

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Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard's Cozy Den

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The pair teamed up with with architect Elizabeth Roberts and designer John Erik Karkula, to make the 3,600-square-foot space all their own, decorating the walls with an extensive personal art collection full of gifted works from friends and family, and creating cozy spaces that felt warm for their family of four. "There are lots of places to curl up with a book," Sarsgaard says.

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Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard's Breakfast Room

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They spruced up their eclectic breakfast room, which boasts a green tile wall, by adding an eye-catching glass-and-metal chandelier. But while the couple adores the quaint home they've called their own for over a decade, in January, they put it on the market for $4.599 million with Debbie Korb of Sotheby's International Realty. According to the Wall Street Journal, who first reported the listing, Sarsgaard and Gyllenhaal wanted to relocate to a neighborhood closer to their the new school their daughters attend.

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Felicity Huffman's Duplicate Childhood Home

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The Desperate Housewives star rebuilt a larger version of her childhood home on the same plot of land she grew up on in Snowmass, Colorado. The actress and her husband, Shameless star William H. Macey, wanted to restore her old home but the building didn't meet current codes. The original home tour appeared in Architectural Digest.

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Felicity Huffman's Snowy Oasis


"We've got extra cross-country skis; we've got go-karts; we've got horses—anything you want to play with, we've got the toys," says Macy, who notes keeping all the fun things at the home will entice their two daughters, Sofia, 17, and Georgia, 16, to come visit after they leave for college.

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Felicity Huffman's "Old-New House"

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Huffman says the house will definitely stay in the family for years to come. "I loved everything about it," she says. "There wasn't a catch. It's nostalgic."

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Bellamy Young's Glamorous Hollywood Hills Bungalow


Because the North Carolina native is a "mountain girl" at heart, when moving to L.A., she needed to find a place that reminded her of the Blue Ridge peaks. "I need green and lots of trees everywhere. For a country gal like me, it feels like home," the Scandal star says of her Spanish style abode, featured in the summer issue of Naturally, Danny Seo

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Bellamy Young's Glam Abode


She only recently decorated the house, despite having lived there for five years. "I was heading into a new chapter in my life," she explains. "It was time."

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Bellamy Young's Luxe Living Room


She got some help from a friend and serious design fixer, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams' Michael Erno (pictured with Young, above), who helped bring her vision of "glamour, glamour, glamour!" to life. A blue velvet sofa is the centerpiece of her living area. "The color is devastating," says Young. But more importantly, she's "able to fall into [it] and immediately take a nap."

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Liev Schreiber's Bachelor Dad-Pad

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Nearly two years after splitting from Naomi Watts, the Ray Donovan star appeared solo in his industrial Manhattan loft on the cover of Architectural Digest's June issue. The actor-screenwriter has owned a portion of the unique space since the 1990s and has been piecing together various units in the historic building over the years to create a three-story, three-bedroom home.

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Liev Schreiber's

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The impressive spread recently got a top-to-bottom refresh courtesy of designers Ariel Ashe and Reinaldo Leandro, the same duo that decorated his home with Watts. "I never dreamed I would own a place like this," he says.

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Liev Schreiber's

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In his sons' — Alexander (Sasha) Pete, 10, and Samuel Kai, 9 — room there's a cool, offset bunk bed set up.

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Zachary Quinto's Charming N.Y.C. Loft

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Quinto's 2,250-square-foot apartment that he shares with his boyfriend model-painter Miles McMillan was the first place the couple saw while touring homes in the city. "We both walked in and just felt like, we found it," Quinto tells Architectural Digest.

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Zachary Quinto's Stylish Living Space


Some highly unusual finds have made their way into the space, including a small lidded dish Quinto says is "Tennessee Williams's coke dish," the fur of the actor's beloved late dog stored in a keepsake box, and more than 55 crystals. The couple also plastered the walls of their powder room with photos of celebrity icons so when you use the restroom "Picasso is staring at you," McMillan says.

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Valerie Bertinelli's Laid-Back Los Angeles Home

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For Bertinelli, bigger was better—but not necessarily more expensive—when decorating her home. "I love finding paintings at antiques shops — they have beautiful frames and don't cost a lot," she tells Food Network Magazine.

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Valerie Bertinelli's Cozy Library

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The actress' favorite room in the house behind the kitchen is her reading nook, which she had doubled in size to fit all of her books. "I always wanted a place that was big enough for all my books so I never had to throw any away," Bertinelli says.

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Valerie Bertinelli's Stylish Living Room

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Her living room boasts a similarly lived-in aesthetic, with even more books in white built-ins and a plethora of pillows that create a cozy and refreshingly attainable vibe thanks to her budget-friendly shopping habits.

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Jillian Harris' Canadian Home

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The former Bachelorette gets the final rose for a seriously stylish home! She revealed the inside of her Kelowna, British Columbia, abode that she shares with her fiance, Justin Pasutto, and their son, Leo, 1. "I love to travel…but I'm happiest and most content at home," she writes.

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Jillian Harris' All-White Kitchen

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Wood beams frame the kitchen, which open to the dining room and living room. A wooden high chair for Leo sits near the island/breakfast bar while the fridge and other appliances are cleverly disguised by cabinet fronts. The all-white furnishings and gold light fixtures give the room a modern feel contrasted with the rustic wood floors and ceiling beams.

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Jillian Harris' Dreamy Master Bedroom

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A blush bed frame and beaded chandelier add a feminine touch to the master bedroom, which has an extra-cozy feel thanks to a shearling rug and ruffled throw blankets and pillows.

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Brie Bella's Midcentury Modern Home

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The Total Bellas star, 34, is showing off the San Diego home that she shares with husband Daniel Bryan (whose real name is Bryan Danielson) and their 11-month-old daughter, Birdie. The space is a Cali-cool mix of cozy furnishings, minimalist decor and rustic touches that create a relaxing aesthetic for the professional wrestlers to enjoy.

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Brie Bella's Laid-Back Living Room

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The E! star worked alongside designer Julia Wheeler of Gunn + Swain Interiors to outfit the rental home with cozy furnishings comfortable for baby Birdie, but also still stylish enough for the adults. "Our house is very midcentury modern, which was a first for me because our Phoenix home was very farmhouse," the Birdiebee co-founder tells PEOPLE. "I started to look into that vibe and how I can make midcentury feel boho and cozy. I feel like we nailed it!"

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Brie Bella's Cozy Gathering Spot

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A recessed fireplace, vaulted ceiling and lots of natural light warm up this formerly stark space. The open floor plan allows for the young family to seamlessly move between their living and dining areas — and makes it easier for Brie to keep an eye on her little one! "Birdie is about to walk!" she says. "She loves to crawl everywhere, push all the furniture around and play outside all day long. She loves to smash all her toys! We call her Birdie 'The Smasher' Danielson."

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Tiffani Thiessen's Cozy L.A. Abode

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When a home in her Encino, California, neighborhood was torn down, the Cooking Channel star saw an opportunity to transform the leftover brick into a fireplace for the backyard she shares with husband Brady Smith and their two kids, Harper, 7, and Holt, 2. Although she was the brains behind the operation, it was Smith, 46, who made the outdoor magic happen. "I bribed my husband to take a wheelbarrow and get it," Thiessen told Food Network Magazine of her new 6,000-square-foot digs.

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Tiffani Thiessen's Casual-Chic Master

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"I wanted a cross between vintage and upscale," Thiesssen says of her remodeled bedroom. "I like that it feels French, but also very American." The Cali-cool space features an Anthropologie bed and an antique rug, in addition to an oversize gold mirror and black velvet-upholstered bench.

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Tiffani Thiessen's Charming Outdoor Space

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The sunny outdoor entertaining space sports rattan furniture, a pergola and a plethora of plants. The latter was inspired by Thiessen and Smith's fathers, who are both retired landscape architects. It's safe to say the Saved by the Bell alum isn't seeing any "For Sale" signs in her future. "We knew this was going to be the home we stayed in for a long time," she said.

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Bethenny Frankel's 4,000-Square-Foot Manhattan Loft

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The Real Housewives of New York City star wasn't necessarily house hunting when she came across a this loft in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. But with an undervalued $4.2 million price tag and a can't-be-beat location next to her Skinnygirl offices, she was sold. "This was an opportunity I couldn't pass up," she told Architectural Digest. "All of a sudden, I was in it."

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Bethenny Frankel's Moden Dining Area

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As an experienced renovator (thanks to her house flipping show that she starred in alongside friend Fredrik Eklund), she was ready to work her magic on the awkward layout and dated features to make a home for her and her 7-year-old daughter, Bryn, who she shares with ex Jason Hoppy. For cosmetic updates, Frankel gave the cabinets new lacquer doors and refreshed the wood floors with a pale gray stain.

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Bethenny Frankel's Cozy Library

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The reality star was able to build in luxurious features like a walk-in closet, spa-like master bathroom, glam room and library with a neon side reading, "I know it all." Although she's seen major success, most recently with her foundation B Strong, she's still in awe of her own abode."I feel humbled," she said. "It took my three days to feel like this is my apartment. Wow, I can't believe I live here."

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Nicky Hilton's Family Home in New York City


The heiress's husband, aristocratic banker James Rothschild, took the lead in outfitting their home in Manhattan's NoHo neighborhood. The finished product was featured in Architectural Digest.

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Nicky Hilton's Elegant Living Space


While the spaces are sophisticiated, Hilton wanted to ensure they weren't stuffy. "I grew up in a house full of antiques and fancy fabrics and certain rooms you weren't allowed to go in," she tells AD. "And as a child I always told myself that I will never have that when I'm grown up; I would have a house where no room is off-limits."

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Nicky Hilton's Sweet Nursery

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The couple share two children, 19-month-old Lily-Grace and 8-week-old Teddy Marilyn. Of their shared nursery, Hilton says "I had so much fun doing this room. You just get to relive your childhood again with all the things you loved: kitties and bunnies and princesses."

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Jennifer Aniston's Bel Air Estate

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The actress and husband Justin Theroux picked up their Bel Air estate in 2011 for $21 million, but aesthetically, she tells Architectural Digest, it was "the furthest thing from what I wanted." Aniston turned to longtime designer Stephen Shadley to create a perfect mix between the house's modern shell and her "Old World meets New World" decor style.

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Jennifer Aniston's Newly Remodeled Retreat

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"Sexy is important, but comfort is essential," Aniston says of her interior essentials. The spaces are layered with blue-chip paintings, cozy seating, and sentimental pieces "she's had forever," says Shadley.

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Jennifer Aniston's Memory-Filled Backyard

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Outside, the grounds — which once held a hillside vineyard — were reimagined to include terraces, pocket gardens and a stunning pool surrounded by a teak deck. Aniston and Theroux were married in a private ceremony in the backyard in 2015.

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Hilary Duff's Fun and Feminine Home

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At the California abode Duff shares with five-year-old son Luca, featured in the February issue of Better Homes and Gardens, the dusty rose door on the otherwise dark facade just touches the surface of the design-savvy surprises within.

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Hilary Duff's Mommy-and-Me Sanctuary

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Contemporary pieces like velvet chairs and bronze side tables give the living room a glamorous feel — but Duff was careful not to be too precious with her furnishings. "This house is a sanctuary for me and Luca, so I always shop with him in mind," she said. "He's respectful of our belongings, but I want him to be able to roughhouse and do other kid things here."

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Hilary Duff's Sentimental Refuge

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A floral-covered bedroom pays homage to Duff's own upbringing. "I grew up with wallpaper," she says. "My mom was fanatical about it, so it makes me feel nostalgic."

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Ricky Martin's Family-Friendly West Coast Home

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Having wrapped up a blockbuster musical residency in Las Vegas, the Puerto Rican superstar is embracing the laid-back lifestyle of his adoptive home of Los Angeles, where he can spend time with fiance Jwan Yosef and their 9-year-old twins, Matteo and Valentino, in the family's gorgeous new Beverly Hills home, featured in Architectural Digest.

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Ricky Martin's Modernist Living Space


The couple bought the first place they visited: a 3,000-square-foot modernist build from 1953. Martin reportedly purchased the place for $13.5 million in November 2016.

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Ricky Martin's Livin La Vida Low-Key Living Room

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They called on designer and Oprah protege Nate Berkus to give the home an updated-yet-respectful refresh. "We weren't interested in a completely decorated home with a specific look done to the last detail. We wanted to get the basics covered so it would be comfortable for us and the kids, but we left plenty of room for the house to grow and evolve in the years to come," Yosef tells AD.

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Mindy Kaling's California-Cool Home

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Mom-to-be Mindy Kaling decorated her new home in Los Angeles with help from her designer Katie Ridder. She tells Architectural Digest that the bold space is "a little Wes Anderson. It's how layered it looks — he's very conscious and he's very generous with the colors in his palette."

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Mindy Kaling's Comforting Living Space

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Although happy with her new digs, there's one feature The Mindy Project star is still struggling to adapt to. "I've lived in L.A. for 15 years and I've never had a second floor," she says. "Now I do and it's a little frightening. I'll watch a murder documentary on Netflix, and I'm too afraid to go upstairs."

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Mindy Kaling's Bold Bathroom

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Kaling had her eye on the historic Hancock Park neighborhood in Los Angeles, and was prepared to play the long game to get it. "I fell in love with three houses, but I kept losing to these Chinese billionaires who were paying all cash. I wish I were an Indian billionaire," she jokes.

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Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa's Colorado Retreat


Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa's Telluride, Colorado home is a welcome retreat for the busy couple. "Sometimes our schedules get pretty hectic," Consuelos tells PEOPLE. "So we like to step away and take weekend getaways with friends and family."

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Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa's Welcoming Kitchen

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"Host with the most" Consuelos always has the kitchen in their mountain getaway stocked for guests. "The kitchen is the center of our home," he says.

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Mark Consuelos and Kelly Ripa's Alfresco Hub


Consuelos loves to keep busy exploring the outdoors, but his favorite moments are often the spontaneous ones. "Sometimes the best moments are the unexpected moments, like relaxing by the fire or a good conversation shared over a meal," he says.

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Casey Wilson's Family Home

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After finding out she was pregnant with baby number two — a boy, due in SeptemberHappy Endings alum Casey Wilson decided it was time to spruce up her California house's spare spaces to make room for her newest family member. "It needed a once-over," she tells PEOPLE.

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Casey Wilson's Functional All-Purpose Room

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With a little help from HomeGoods, Wilson was able to transform her multipurpose space into a functional rec room. "We decided to be realistic about what the room is: it's for playing with our son and watching TV," she says.

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Casey Wilson's New Nursery

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Wilson knew she'd be spending plenty of time in the nursery after baby number two was born, so a focus on soft textures and colors was a priority. "I wanted this to be really soft and cozy to me, since it appears it will be my jail for the first three months," she says.

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Katherine Schwarzenegger's Bachelorette Pad

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As the daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, Katherine Schwarzenegger has spent her fair share of time in the limelight. Now the 27-year-old is all grown up, and ready to embrace her own style — especially in her home. "This is much more mature than any of the previous places I've lived," she tells Joss & Main.

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Katherine Schwarzenegger's Hardworking Home Office

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Her "L.A. edge"-style space features light finishes with a touch of navy to keep the look grounded.

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Katherine Schwarzenegger's Ever-Evolving Escape

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Schwarzenegger is smitten with her girly-glam pad, but knows that it's an ever-changing canvas. "My mom [told me] that your home and your style will continue to evolve as you evolve and it will always be a work in progress."

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Peyton List's Starter Home

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When Peyton List needed to decorate her new home, she asked her 11 million Instagram followers for help. The account of A 1000 Times Better designer, Kristen Blazek, was the perfect mix of bohemian and youthful for the former Disney star, 19. "I really loved the aesthetic," List tells archdigest.com.

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Peyton List's Bohemian Living Room

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"It felt homey and that was super important," List tells AD of the designer's eclectic, boho style. She was so inspired, in fact, that she gave Blazek's team a blank slate. "I told them, 'Go in. I trust you guys.'"

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Peyton List's Old-Meets-New Hangout

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The former Disney star, who next appears in Anthem of a Reluctant Prophet and Departures, kept some of the 90-year-old home's original details, including the rustic chandelier.

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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's Bahamas Getaway

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The country music power couple first laid eyes on their 20-acre island in the Bahamas 14 years ago. "There was just a little shack," McGraw, 50, tells Architectural Digest, but Hill, 49, could already tell, "It was a great little place."

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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's 'Little Town'

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They replaced the modest structure with a collection of eight "pavilions" that took until 2012 to complete. "We set out to build a house. We had no idea we had to build everything else," Hill says. "We basically had to build a little town."

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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's Indoor-Outdoor Vibe

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"We wanted to feel connected to the outside," Hill says. "When the breeze comes through the room, it's just life-changing."

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Mindy Kaling's New York City Apartment

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The Mindy Project star almost couldn't believe her eyes when she first walked into her redecorated NYC home. "I thought, 'who is this chic person who lives here? It's not me, it looks amazing!'" she told One Kings Lane.

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Mindy Kaling's Laid-Back Living Room

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Playful patterns and a moroccan pouf, "which looks like it's for the chicest, most elegant dog, ever," keep Kaling's hangout space chic and cozy.

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Mindy Kaling's Dining Nook

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This seating spot is one of the actress and writer's favorite areas of her pad, thanks to one whimsical element: "My awesome light fixture, which is probably the biggest statement of the entire apartment because it is all wine glasses," she said.

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Casey Wilson's Bright Backyard

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The Happy Endings star and mom-to-be gave her outdoor space a bold boost so it was ready to host summer parties. "We're constantly entertaining," she told PEOPLE.

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Casey Wilson's Kick-Back Zone

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An outdoor sofa and lots of throw pillows add coziness. "Our parties aren't over-the-top fancy; my biggest focus is that everyone is comfortable and has a good time," she said.

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Casey Wilson's Gathering Place

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Layering in inexpensive buys from stores like HomeGoods ensures Wilson can try out trends that she wouldn't normally risk. "Inside our home the color scheme is a little more muted and natural," she said. "But I like to keep it light and fun when we're having people over."

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Amanda Stanton's Bright Dining Room

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The Bachelor alum needed a fresh look for the dining room in the new home she shares with daughters Charlie and Kinsley. With a little help from decorating site Lulu & Georgia, the 27-year-old was able to "channel all the knowledge I picked up from watching HGTV" to create a relaxing retreat fit for her young family, she wrote on her blog.

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Amanda Stanton's Chic Space

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"An all-girl house meant nothing but girly-girl elements, too!" she said. Rattan chairs, a crisp, white color scheme and fluffy pillows gave the space just that.

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Amanda Stanton's Pretty Prints

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California-inspired artwork gave the dining area a boost of energy. "I love how bright my home is. And the pops of color and fun prints put me in a good mood,' she explains.

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Sabrina Soto's Relaxed Family Retreat

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HGTV host Sabrina Soto loves to play around with the decor in her Studio City home. "Every room gets refreshed every few months or so, but it's just one or two things here and there," she told PEOPLE.

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Sabrina Soto's Lively Living Room

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"Most designers have really beautiful spaces, but sometimes it's not inviting, and that's the opposite of how I wanted this house to be," she said of her colorful abode.

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Sabrina Soto's DIY Dining Room

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Soto tries to repurpose her existing furniture pieces when she tires of their original look. "I'm the biggest bargain hunter," she admitted. In the dining room, she added a glass top to the table to give it a style that better suited the overall design.

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Ginger Zee and Ben Aaron's Upstate Overhaul

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Good Morning America's chief meteorologist and her reporter husband teamed up to gut renovate their suburban home for their DIY Network show Renovation Realities: Ben and Ginger. "After two weeks I just kind of wanted to light a match and see what happens to it," Aaron told PEOPLE with a laugh..

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Ginger Zee and Ben Aaron's Copycat Nursery

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Their one-year-old son Adrian's nursery mirrors the one he has in New York City to keep him comfortable. "He's definitely a creature of habit already, and we didn't want to jinx any of our good sleeping," Zee said.

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Ginger Zee and Ben Aaron's 's Entertaining Central

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Although the overhaul faced plenty of setbacks, the entertaining-friendly result was well worth their weeks of trial and error. "We might have screwed up a little bit," Aaron said. "But you just have to enjoy the process."

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Jaime King's Long-Term Home

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With a husband and two kids, the actress's family has certainly grown since she first bought her Los Angeles home as a single gal, but she isn't ready to move on from it just yet. "I haven't found any other place that I love like this," she told Zillow.

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Jaime King's Smart Squeeze


After she found out she was expecting now one-year-old Leo, King quickly worked to squeeze a nursery into her sun porch. "I was like 'oh my goodness, this is where the baby is going to have to go!'" she said.

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Jaime King's Grown-Up Kids' Room


Three-year-old James' room has cool European-inspired accents and a marquee light. "I was really stunned at the way that you can continue to grow your house and your home that's really aligned with your taste, where it doesn't feel like the kids have taken over," King said.

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Sean and Catherine Lowe's Family Home

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The Bachelor couple Sean and Catherine Lowe recently launched their own line of "sophisti-comfortable" sofas, inspired by their favorite at-home hobby — cuddling up on the couch. "It's just the three of us and we can all spread out on this massive six-piece sectional and leave the stresses of everyday life behind," Sea told Wayfair.

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The Lowes' Netflix Theater

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The living room, which Sean revealed they call "The Pit," boasts pops of color, a large sectional and a 120" projection screen, "which complements 'The Pit' and our lifestyle nicely," Sean joked.

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The Lowes' Family-Friendly Design

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The goal for the couple was a stylish home that young son, Samuel, could still explore. "We wanted to create a space that would allow us to entertain friends and family, and that was both stylish and comfortable," Sean said.

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Audrina Patridge's Boho-Chic Home

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The Hills vet's bedroom, which she decorated with help from Decorist, sports a cool, bohemian vibe. "I wanted my house to feel like a Bali bungalow," she told PEOPLE. "It's very me."

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Audrina Patridge's Cool Kitchen

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In the kitchen, tropical-inspired light fixtures and a rustic table fit with her laid-back aesthetic. "I love how reflective this room is of Audrina's lifestyle and personality," Decorist's head of design Ashley Redmond said.

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Audrina Patridge's Loungy Living Room

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Plush pillows and a large sectional do double-duty in Patridge's living room. "I love the light and airy boho-beach feel for entertaining, but ever since I had Kirra, comfort and function have also been really important for me," she said.

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Allison Holker and Stephen 'tWitch' Boss's Family-Friendly Home

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Dancing with the Stars' Allison Holker and DJ husband Stephen "tWitch" Boss were struggling to combine their styles into a cohesive look in their Los Angeles home. "Our house was a mashup of a bunch of old pieces we'd collected that we were ready to let go of," Holker told PEOPLE.

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Allison Holker and Stephen 'tWitch' Boss's Open Area


A little help from HomeGoods allowed the couple to transform their house into a stylish family retreat, perfect for their son, Maddox, and Holker's daughter, Weslie. "Everything just really shows our personalities," Holker said.

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Allison Holker and Stephen 'tWitch' Boss's Activity Hub


Although Boss said, "We're not MasterChefs by any means," the kitchen is surely fit for any pro cook. The family's favorite activity though, is board games. "We have a couple new games that look really dope. We don't have them hidden away in a box somewhere, they actually add to the décor, which is really cool," said Boss.

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Courteney Cox's Forever Home

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After owning her Malibu property for 10 years and seeing it through a top-to-bottom renovation, Courteney Cox doesn't intend to say goodbye to her house any time soon. "This is a house I'll never move from—it really is so special to me," the Friends vet told One Kings Lane.

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Courteney Cox's Bright Extras

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Cox's designer Trip Haenisch convinced the actress to incorporate pops of color, although she wasn't originally on board with the idea. "If it was up to me, everything would have been one color — monochromatic, very simple," she said.

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Courteney Cox's Updated Look

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Although she has no plans to give up the pretty pad, Cox is still okay with refreshing it as her tastes evolve. "Before I was kind of into organic with modern, and now I'm into really old mixed with cleaner stuff," she said. "I'm not really changing everything, just a shift — because why not?"

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Kacey Musgraves' Pretty in Pink Living Room


The country music darling teamed up with Elsie Larson of the blog A Beautiful Mess to transform her Nashville hangout space into a sweet retreat.

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Kacey Musgraves' Fashionable Focal Point


"It cannot be overstated how much I love this sofa," Larson wrote on her blog of the bright pink centerpiece.

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Kacey Musgraves' Feminine Touch


A white-painted fireplace gets a girly upgrade with pastel planters, gold decorative accents and a macrame display.

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Jessie James Decker's New Jersey Home

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Country singer Jessie James Decker and her NFL-player husband Eric's New Jersey home was certainly stunning, but it was lacking a decorative focus. "This place needed so much love," Jessie told PEOPLE.

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Jessie James Decker's Dreamy Scene

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Fashionable finds from Target combined with their existing pieces gave the couple the cozy vibe they craved. "They tied in all the pieces I had and made them make sense," she said.

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Jessie James Decker's Dining Room

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Her dining room evokes a French-country feel that's perfect for hosting. "I know how to throw a party," Decker said.

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Shay Mitchell's Playful Guest House

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Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell doesn't have your average guest house, but it wasn't her dream space. "I wanted a glam room, a place to hold meetings, a lounge area to watch TV and a private office," she told PEOPLE. "And the space was none of that." However now it's all of that, thanks to the expert hand of Mat Sanders of Consort Design.

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Shay Mitchell's Pattern Play

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"All the details in the house are pretty subtle so the tile really added that dramatic touch," she says of the boldly decorated guest room.

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Shay Mitchell's Double-Duty Abode

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Although it can play host to her guests, Mitchell also uses the house as a glam room and office to film her YouTube videos. "I actually find myself spending more time in it now," she says.

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Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg's Cute Kitchen

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Jamie Chung's modest kitchen wasn't always the bright, white dream it is today. Before affordable decorating site Decorist lent them a hand, it was dark, dreary and lacking style.

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Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg's Suite of Storage

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A mix of shelving styles keeps things organized, yet easily accessible. "Everything looks neat and clean, which is exactly the look I wanted!" Chung said.

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Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg's Table for Two

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A banquette-style dining nook is a favorite spot for the couple. "We always catch up sitting together at our booth," Chung says. "We also love cooking meals together, especially breakfast!"

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Sophia Bush's Great Guest House

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The One Tree Hill vet's Hollywood Hills guest house is simple, chic and respectful of its original architecture. "I wanted to stay true to certain mid-century aspects of it and also to make it really feel like that getaway cottage," Bush told One Kings Lane.

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Sophia Bush's Curated Displays

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Bush's art gallery wall has a very distinct theme, which she described as, "California meets witchy women meets classic midcentury art. It has a very road-trippy vibe."

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Sophia Bush's Party-Ready Abode

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Her extra space serves as a crash pad for visitors, as well as a spot to entertain. "Having a really warm entertaining space ready to go is so important," she said. "To break bread with everyone in a space that's so light and inviting and comfortable is the greatest thing."

Updated by Madison Roberts
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