Inside Giuliana and Bill Rancic's New Home, a Recently Renovated 1880s Chicago Brownstone
The former E! News host and her husband opened up the doors to their new home to Traditional Home magazine
Giuliana Rancic is ready to start the next chapter of her life.
Giuliana signed off as the host of E! News on Monday after 14 years with the show. While she will remain with E! as the host of Live from the Red Carpet and co-host of Fashion Police, Giuliana, husband Bill and their 3-year-old son, Duke, recently relocated full time from Los Angeles to the Chicago brownstone they just renovated.
Giuliana, 40, and Bill, 44, opened up the doors of their beautiful new home for the September issue of Traditional Home magazine. The brownstone, located in the Gold Coast neighborhood of Chicago (the city where Bill grew up and the couple once lived part time), was built in the 1880s.
The living room, decorated in traditional fabrics like linen and windowpane-plaid, features a soft color scheme with plenty of white and pale blue paired with a bold graphic painting.
The blue color scheme continues in the adjacent dining room, with blue velvet chairs, a patterned rug and fun Hunt Slonem bunny artwork.
We didn’t know #bathroomenvy was a thing, but the couple’s master two-story bath/closet suite proves it definitely is.
Just because they’re moving out of California doesn’t mean they can’t have access to the great outdoors. The home features outdoor space with an upper-level deck, complete with a brick fireplace, perfect for chillier Chicago evenings.
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More than anything, Giuliana and Bill are looking forward to the new opportunities the city will provide for Duke.
In April, Giuliana told PEOPLE that Duke starts school at the end of summer and they “want him to have a connection with schoolmates and not be going from city to city.”
After taping her last show as the host of E! News on Monday, Giuliana told PEOPLE exclusively that she can’t wait to write her next chapter.
“I’m looking forward to being able to stay in bed a little longer with Duke every morning,” she said. “And take him to school and on playdates!”
•With reporting by AILI NAHAS