Home Advisor Shows What Celebrity Bedrooms Look Like With These 7 Renders Interview With Artist
Some people probably have wondered how famous people, actors, and singers live. What their homes look like, how big they are, and what kind of interior choices they made. Well, Home Advisors designers have come on Bored Panda to show us just that and maybe even inspire us to do some home renovations or refurbishing of our own.
The designers gathered pictures of celebrities' homes and put them together to create 7 detailed and quite accurate renders of floor plans. The reference images were taken from the internet, rent or sale ads, and magazines. All the apartments are quite different and have their own style. What do you think of these renders? Which one is your favorite? Vote and don't forget to comment!
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Los Angeles, California
"Is Selena Gomez the new Tom Petty? Maybe not, but she did buy the Encino house that Petty built for himself in the ‘80s. The first master suite (there are two) is on the main level, although the bedroom itself steps up to an elevated sitting area and bathroom.
This curvy home takes in several architectural styles, including hacienda and farmhouse. The bedroom finds itself under a cozy (if oddly out-of-place) barn ceiling, while the ensuite leads straight out onto a veranda — ideal for a post-bath time songwriting session."
HomeAdvisor tells us a little bit more about what inspired these edits: "The HomeAdvisor team had noticed a number of articles about celebrity bedrooms to gain inspiration from, but often they were grainy pictures taken from screengrabs from Instagram Stories, so the team thought it was a great opportunity to render them so readers can see the scale of how grand some of these bedrooms and adjoining rooms are.
The research team started by gathering information on a wide range of celebrity homes before shortlisting the final bedrooms, making sure to pick rooms that were unique and interesting in their design and architecture."
Los Angeles, California
"You have to search a while to find a curved edge in Ariana Grande’s modernist Lego house. But you’ll find one in her ensuite bathroom, where a deluxe oval bathtub gazes out towards Trousdale Estates and the canyon.
Grande’s master suite covers the entire top floor of the house. It includes a lounge area, terrace, and a walk-in closet we’ve left out due to lack of space. Wondering just how large it is? Here’s a hint: her wardrobe is bigger than the average apartment."
"'Sexy is important, but comfort is essential,' according to Jennifer Aniston. Her interior designer, Stephen Shadley, concurs: 'Jen is drawn to wood, stone, and bronze, materials that have real substance and depth. No matter how beautiful or glamorous something is, it has to be warm and inviting.'
The bedroom of Aniston’s mid-century Bel Air mansion is decorated in earth tones and packed with art and designer pieces. She also has plenty of relaxing chairs, including a pair of beanbags at the foot of her bed — perfect for her furry friends."
HomeAdvisor shared just how they managed to find out what celebrity homes look like: "Shortlist in hand, the HomeAdvisor team trawled publicly available archives for as many details as possible for each of the celebrity houses—making use of real estate features, property listings, photo interviews, and social media posts.
The HomeAdvisor team, as well as the team of architects we worked with, were careful to be as accurate as possible. The research team did an excellent job of finding a wide range of materials to produce the final pieces and where the material wasn't available for every aspect of the master bedroom—the team made an educated guess based on the facts they had."
Los Angeles, California
"Former owners of Jennifer Lawrence’s $8 million mansions include Jessica Simpson and Ellen DeGeneres. It’s unclear who made the renovations seen in the property listing, but its old Hollywood glam décor makes the home one-of-a-kind.
Accent and task lighting in the master bathroom blends functionality with the atmosphere. The chandeliers in this space are less imposing, but a nod to the home’s general decadence. The captain’s walk is another stand-out feature of the property. Framed by French doors, the balcony looks out on an incredible outdoor oasis – including outdoor lighting and an in-ground pool."
Los Angeles, California
"Rapper Travis Scott got a deal with his $23.5 million pad in Los Angeles, California. It was first listed at $42.5 million. The extraordinary hilltop property features a master bedroom suite that resembles a cross between an art gallery and a luxury spa.
In fact, the entire home was conceptualized as a yacht on dry land. The bedroom suite, as with the rest of the house, is designed to Delos Well Building Certification standards – meaning it is optimized for healthy air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort, and mind."
We also asked if they are planning to show us the homes of more celebrities: "We’re currently gauging reacting to the current release of bedrooms, but we would never say never and we are excited to see the reaction of Bored Panda readers."
HomeAdvisor also told us about the process to create these rendered images: "With the help of a team of architects and designers, HomeAdvisor then produced top-down 3D floor plan views of each of the master bedrooms and rendered each space according to real-life footage of the decor elements and furniture these celebs have in their homes now."
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle
"In 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle invested in the $14.65 million “Chateau of Riven Rock,” located east of Santa Barbara. There are six bedrooms in the chateau itself and two additional suites in a separate guest house on the property.
Built in the French Provincial style, the chateau has a fairytale romanticism that’s hard to resist. But if the couple isn’t able to turn a blind eye to the property’s dark history, they may struggle to get a good night’s sleep under those storybook wood beams. There’s another threat to keep them up at night: the estate is at risk of disappearing under a sudden mudslide."
Justin And Hailey Bieber
Beverly Park in Beverly Hills, California
"Justin Bieber’s $25.8 million, 7-bed mansion is a study in modern architecture. The four-poster bed and free-standing bath in the adjoining bathroom offer a tranquil gaze over the Franklin Canyon Reserve.
The home also offers a 4K movie theater, home gym, epic wine closet, and outdoor pizza oven."
HomeAdvisor shared some difficulties they ran into while doing this project: "Initially we had some other celebrities that we wanted to feature; however, we soon realized that we didn’t have access to enough evidence of the floor plans, layouts, and interiors—so we decided not to move forward with those."
Also, they shared a fun fact with us: "Some of the adjoining rooms were too big to place on the final images, such as Ariana Grande’s closet! We have closet envy!"