We look to many of the celebs: entertainment, social media distractions, outfit ideas. But what can celebrity bedrooms reveal to us? The bedroom is an intimate space that reflects the things that ground us most, the atmosphere we crave when we are away from everything else. Below, we’ve picked out a few particularly dazzling celebrity bedrooms that have been featured A.D-who is your favorite?
In Serena Williams’ Florida home, which she designed in collaboration with her sister Venus, a guest room offers visitors privacy in a world of deep blue that reflects the property’s enormous pool.
A Melbourne apartment designed by Troye Sivan’s Flack Studio goes all out with Isamu Noguchi’s Akari lamps, and this guest room is no exception. Cork ceilings, rugs, and earth tones work together to create an ultra-cozy space that’s relaxed without being devoid of personality.
Nina Dobrev’s Hollywood home, designed by Charlie Barstein Interiors, is a sophisticated bohemian wonderland, and the master bedroom is the jewel in the crown—or flower in the crown, perhaps. The space is simple enough without feeling quiet or disconnected from the outside space of the property.
Jason Statham’s mid-century modern home is all about the building’s architecture: the furnishings and decor are mostly restrained so as not to draw focus. Interior designer Courtney Applebaum custom designed the bed and nightstand for this bedroom.
NBA star D’Angelo Russell is committed to black and white, and while the rest of the Tiffany Thompson-designed home features rich textures like leather and lacquer, he went back to basics for the master bedroom. We can only imagine how cozy a night spent watching TV from this Hay sofa would be!
The Padelecki family includes Jared, his wife Genevieve, three kids, plus numerous dogs, chickens, and miniature horses, so we’d imagine most of their time isn’t spent in bed. Appropriate for the modern country house, the wooden furniture and the view to the outside space were prioritized.
Ashe + Leandro designed Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber’s former New York home from top to bottom, and for the master bedroom, they struck a balance between moody navy blue and whimsical accents, like those floral curtains and a bright red vintage bench.
It’s easy to gather Julianne Margulies’ worldly spirit from the master bedroom in her Vicente Wolff-designed New York home. The mix of textures, plenty of storage, and the street-view Eero Saarinen Womb Chair combine for a space that’s useful but no less stylish for it.
For someone as busy and productive as Shonda Rhimes, a bedroom that’s not at all overwhelming but still feels grand is paramount. A La Manufcature Cogolin rug pattern commands the bedroom in her New York apartment designed by Stephen A. Smith, allowing for a space that’s pleasing to the eye but very relaxing when it’s time to curl up in bed.
As a new mom, it was extremely important for Shay Mitchell’s bedroom to not only provide her with a truly peaceful space for herself, but also a place for her baby to be close at hand. We love the rich tone of brown she and designer Chad Wood chose for her mohair-covered bed (and it ties in perfectly with the wooden accent of this crib).
Will Ferrell may be known for his silliness, but the bedroom in his New York apartment, designed by Sean Henderson, A.D the tour showcases his more serious side, which is just as important to his success.
Wall-to-wall carpet skeptics, look away! Jennifer Aniston’s Stephen Shadley-designed home in Los Angeles features not only wall-to-wall carpeting, but also a carpeted platform under a wooden bed frame.
The master bedroom in Hugh Jackman’s Hamptons home, with its stark white bed, walls, closet and curtains, is something of a cold dive. Jackman’s wife Deborah-Lee Furness designed the home with architect Viola Rouhani and interior designer Eleanor Donnelly, both of Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects, after visiting the home they worked on for Calvin Klein.
It should come as no surprise that this dramatically glossy bedroom belongs to a pop star. Miley Cyrus wanted to go dark with the space, as she told her mother, Tish Cyrus, and her design partner, Matt Sanders.