Gerard Butler

A beautiful open loft in a converted manufacturing warehouse, in Manahattan’s Chealsea neighborhood, designed by architect Alexander Gorlin and film designer Elvis Resaino. The living space looks on the Empire State Building.

Patricia Heaton & David Hunt

Actress Patricia Heaton and her husband David Hunt share with their four sons a 192s house in Los Angeles’s Hancock Parrk area. House is being designed by Babe Johnson and Ellen Geerer.


Together with interior designer Martyn Lawrence-Bullard Cher created her apartment perched high above Los Angeles.

Sheryl & Rob Lowe

On the California coast, near Santa Barbara, Actor Rob Lowe and his wife with the help of architect Don Nulty built theri dream house.

Joshua Bell

Classical violinist Joshua Bell aparment not only is a linving speace but also a concert hall, this is the idea of the musician when he designed the apartment with the help of architect Charles Rose.

Jennifer Aniston

Located in Beverly Hills is the residence of actress Jennifer Aniston, designed by Stphen Shadley. The house was a 1970 creation of Harol W. Levitt.

Sir Elton John & David Furnish

Martyn Lawrence designed this apartment in L.A 70s style for Sir Elton John and his partner filmmaker David Furnish.

Kimberly & Dennis Quaid

Dennis Quaid shares with his wife and their twins a 15-room house in Los Angeles’s Rustic Canyon. The living room was designed by John and Krista Everage.

Demi Moore & Ashton Kutcher

Demi Moore and Ashton Lutcher renovated this 1950s canyonside house in Beverly Hills, interiors were designed by decorator Brad Dunning.

Anjelica Huston

Actress and Director Anjelica Huston decorated this this ranch in California’s Central Valley and she has furnished the living room with an assortment of pieces from movies locations and at swamp meets.

Diane Keaton

Actress, director and producer Diane Keaton’s Spanish Colonial Revival home in Beverly Hills was renovated by  designer Stephen Shadley. This house was built in the 1920s by architect Ralph Flewelling.

Sting & Trudie Styler

Lee F. Mindel, and restoration architect Anthony Close-Smith renovated this early 18th-century townhouse in London for Sting and his wife, actress and producer Trudie Styler.