Hollywood at Home: Peek Inside the Stunning Spaces of Brooke Shields, Rita Moreno, Lindsey Vonn and More
Brooke Shields' New York City Townhouse
The supermodel and actress's eclectic Manhattan interiors are certainly showstopping, but it's her little slice of the outdoors that makes her historic pad feel like home. "We open the French doors, and in the little backyard, we hear the birds," she says.
Brooke Shields' Memorable Mantel
Every room in the four-story home has what Shields calls “a cherry”—that “one thing I really didn’t want to live without, the one thing I splurged on.” In the living room it’s the stone mantel Shields and her architect rescued from the Plaza Hotel after the property was refurbished in the mid-2000s.
Lynda Carter's Washington D.C. Home
The original Wonder Woman didn't need convincing when her power lawyer husband Robert Altman asked to relocate to the capital city. “I had a large body of work already, and I didn’t really have a lot of substance in my life,” Carter says of living in Hollywood. “I spent a lot of time on movie sets — and that is being said in a way right now that I’m grateful for it — but I didn’t have a lot of substance in my life.”
Lynda Carter's Super-Size Space
Her 18,000-square-foot home has since been her base, where she hosts spirited gatherings with friends and family. "Living in Washington, you have plenty of opportunity to get passionate about a lot of things," she says.
Brooklyn Decker's Austin Escape
It's all about getting cozy at Brooklyn Decker and Andy Roddick's Texas farmhouse. "If you feel like you can't put your feet up on something, it doesn't feel like a home," the mom-to-be says.
Brooklyn Decker's Dreamy Bathroom
This rustic soaking tub completes an open and airy bathroom in the model's newly completed home. "It felt very antique, like something you would have seen on someone's back porch 100 years ago," she says.
Tahj Mowry's Cali-Cool Bungalow
Party at Tahj's house! The Baby Daddy star is happy to host friends and family at his Los Angeles home. "If you come on any given game night there will be games and lots of wine, just everywhere," he says.
Tahj Mowry's Laid-Back Living Room
His prized possessions, like his Michael Jackson Opus and photos of his sisters, Tia and Tamera, are scattered throughout the living space. “Gotta always keep these beautiful faces in clear view," he says of his elder siblings.
Lindsey Vonn's Colorado Home
“When I walked in for the first time, I said, ‘This is it! This is my house,” says the Olympic ski champion, who immediately snapped up this cozy five-bedroom house in Vail, making it the first home she's ever owned.
Lindsey Vonn's Mountain Hangout
Furniture from Restoration Hardware and treasured trophies from her career are on display in her living room. "They all remind me of everything I've done in my life," she says.
Rita Moreno's Bay Area Abode
Rita Moreno's San Francisco home is bursting with color, particularly in her garden room. “This is sort of the attic,” she laughs. “It’s everything that wouldn’t hang and look right anywhere else.”
Rita Moreno's Bedroom with a View
The actress still displays pictures of Marlon Brando in her bedroom, an homage to their famous romance. "He was the lust of my life and that over there is the love of my life,” admits Moreno, of a framed photo of her with her late husband, Leonard Gordon.
Hayden Panettiere's Nashville Retreat
While her giant fish tank is the Nashville star's favorite spot in her southern home, the kitchen is a close second. "When you decide whether or not it's going to be your home, you have to feel at home in the kitchen," she says. "It's the most important thing about a house."
Hayden Panettiere's Posh Spare Space
A punch of pattern and color enlivens Panettiere's guest room, while a Serge Mouille ceiling light adds sculptural interest.
Tracey Edmonds' Beverly Hills Mansion
The massive walk-in-closet in the Extra TV co-host's 6-bed, 7-bath Beverly Hills home is organized by color. "I like being able to see everything and have direct contact with everything so I can find things really quickly," she says.
Tracey Edmonds' Dapper Display
“A lot of my antique books came from a French flea market and are actually in French,” says the TV and film producer of the tomes in her office/library. “They look pretty, but I can’t really read them because I don’t speak French!”