Celebrities bring us a lot of great inspiration, whether it’s fashion, makeup, or hairstyles, they always seem to be in the know when it comes to style. Thankfully, those styles translate over to their homes! It’s time to add a few living room decor ideas to your Pinterest board with these cool celebrity living rooms.
This list will feature the vampire-esk aesthetic of Ms. Angelina Jolie, to the beach escape that is Matthew Perry’s Malibu mansion, and then back to Gerard Butlers open-layout New York City Loft. Keep scrolling; these living rooms are bound to get you rearranging and re-decorating.
Reese Witherspoon let her southern roots show in the design of her Ojai, California ranch house. The actress certainly was feeling a western-vibe when choosing the decor for the room. Everything from the exposed ceiling beams to the matching banister of the loft and the burnt-orange leather chairs and turquoise accent lamps screams country girl.
The beautifully designed living room has a few quirky elements to it, too. Take the hidden book nook underneath the staircase, for example. We can imagine Witherspoon sitting there after a long day with a cup of coffee gazing out the tiny window to wind down.
Jennifer Lopez’s Bel-Air house has a living room that is nothing short of extravagant. Not only does she have a grand piano sitting in the corner, but there’s also an upper-level library that branches off from the main room.
With garden views and high-ceilings letting in natural light through various skylights, it’s safe to say this is an artist’s sanctuary. Tack on the warm feeling of all of the wood, furniture, and art pieces adorning the walls, and J-Lo has one cool living room space to sit back and relax in with her family.
To say we’re surprised by Angelina Jolie’s choice of decor would be a lie. Granted, the actress and her kids are renting the Hidden Hills space from Denise Richards for $30,000 a month, so the design might not be her doing.
Nevertheless, the dramatic decor and black and red color palette remind us of Jolie when she was dating Billy Bob Thorton in the early 2000s. The vampire-esk living room weirdly works though, with the bold furniture choices and medieval feel. We’d be curious to know what Jolie’s kids think about the space.
American actress turned model Emily Ratajkowski took her creativity and displayed it for everyone who walks into her Los Angeles residence to see. The model took advantage of her white walls, adorning them with a stunning collection of vivid artwork that perfectly matches the bold patterns of the two carpets she haphazardly threw under the furniture.
Speaking of, whoever thought a bright red chair would pair so nicely with a jade couch and interesting coffee table? Whatever Ratajkowski’s thought process was while decorating her living room, all of the crazy colors actually work.
The electric decor of Gwen Stafani’s living room is exactly the style we’d expect from the “Sweet Escape” singer. Featuring a floor to ceiling black and white marble fireplace, a huge window offering amazing views, and funky abstract seating options, and it’s safe to say Stefani put her quirky personality into the decor.
Not to mention the black, white, and pink color scheme has us reminiscing on her days wearing punk-inspired outfits while singing in No Doubt. We can just picture her standing on that neon pink couch singing “I’m Just a Girl” on the top of her lungs while Blake Shelton plays guitar.
Model Gig Hadid’s old Manhattan apartment living room looks like it came straight out of Town & Country magazine, right down to the black and white photos hanging on the wall. Although the one-bedroom apartment is on the smaller side (it’s NYC, after all), the wall of windows gives the space a breath of fresh air, making it look very open.
We also appreciate her all-white aesthetic with muted colors here and there, including the sand-stone inspired pillows and carpet. Of course, this New York transplant’s pad wouldn’t be complete without a few succulents on the coffee table, a clue to her California roots.
Let’s start by saying Heidi Klum’s living room looks better suited for a mansion during Napoleon’s time in France. Ironically, that’s exactly where she found the magnificent bookcases that line the walls of the room, one of Napoleon’s homes! We don’t even want to think about how much it cost the model to have them shipped to Los Angeles.
The classically styled room is then topped off with two couches facing one another. Interestingly, the leather couch and burgundy couch don’t look misplaced sitting in the same room, only emphasizing the warm tones Klum was undoubtedly striving for her living room.
Actress Jennifer Lawrence bought Jessica Simpson’s former Beverly Hills home for a whopping seven million dollars. The price is totally worth it, though, considering the place comes with this chic living room. With the plush white furniture, roaring fireplace, crystal chandelier, and fresh-cut flowers on the mantel and coffee table, the space looks like something straight out of a Hallmark Christmas movie set.
We imagine J-Law sitting in one of those chairs next to the fire, eating an entire box of pizza by herself. Well, maybe she has a few other people with her, but you get the gist.
Actor Johnny Depp was once the proud owner of five luxurious penthouse suits in the famous Los Angeles Eastern Columbia complex. This picture illustrates just one of his many former residences, but it’s one of our favorites. From the wooden walls to the large flatscreen television mounted on the wall and the bookcases full of literature, the room is warm and very welcoming.
We also can’t help but notice the one electric blue velvet chair situated next to the very elegant leather chair. It looks as though Depp’s eccentric style made its way into the penthouse livingroom’s decor!
Country singer Kacey Musgraves went all-out with the help of Elsie Larson, author of A Beautiful Mess, a lifestyle book. We hope we’re not the only ones able to smell the freshness of this picture. All of the succulents, cacti, and hanging plants are calling to our inner hiker.
Adding the two butterfly chairs and the rough-cut wood coffee table only completes the “pretty in pink” western look Musgraves was striving for. Yes, pretty in pink because of all of the hidden blush pink accents that can be found hidden among the plants.
Actress Ellen Pompeo’s living room is glamorous yet eccentric in the best way. The room features two giant couches covered in high-end Schumacher velvet. And that’s not even including the two accent lounge chairs covered in the electric blue velvet to match the lamps, some of the throw pillows, and the butterfly painting in the archway.
Then the two brilliant brass spheres overhead give the room a soft glow, bringing out all of the vibrant colors that are sporadically placed among the darker fireplace, wood floor, end tables, and couches. To bring it all together, she placed a potted plant in the corner, rounding off the room.
Robert Downey Jr.
This is exactly the type of quirky, eccentric living room we’d expect the Iron Man actor to have in his Hampton home. Robert Downey Jr.’s residence is actually the historic Edward DeRose Windmill Cottage, built-in 1885, but he has since modified it to his taste. That includes the awesome sunken wrap-around couch adorned with beautiful fabrics from Toyine Sellers and Clarence House.
Of course, it’s hard to miss the massive ceramic fireplace that demands the attention of anyone who walks in the room. All of the blue shades mixed with the funky pop art of the wall make this living room a cool blend of laid back and sophisticated.
From the looks of this homey living room, it’s obvious that actress and comedian Mindy Kaling didn’t hold back. When it comes to this room, everything is in the details, such as the vaulted ceilings with beautiful exposed beams that match the hardwood floor, coffee table, and end tables, as well as the medieval-looking candle chandelier.
The dark color is the perfect contrast to the white couch and lounge chairs, as well as the walls and curtains. Speaking of, how cool are those built-in shelves and little display in the fireplace? The whole setup gives us a modern-day Snow White cottage vibe.
You might think actor Gerard Butler’s New York City loft is a bit over the top, but we just happen to love the layout and decor. With 13-foot exposed-beam ceilings, the living room is plenty open. Paired with hand-carved columns, hand-distressed plaster walls, and high-arching brick-framed windows lining an entire wall, the room is nothing short of spectacular.
Then, right when you think the room is going to be too darkly hued, Butler throws in a vintage chandelier over one of the various sitting areas and some colorful throw pillows, plants, and a vintage lamp. Altogether, the room gives off an old-world men’s club vibe.
After moving into her own place, Kendall Jenner didn’t hold back on her decorating options. The model decided to stick with a white and blue color palette, a beachy theme that is taken to the next level with the ocean-inspired artwork she has hanging on the walls.
But the large sectional couch with its beautiful blue throw pillows in the sunken living room isn’t the coolest part of this space. The best part would have to be the wall-length window that actually leads outside to lounge chairs and a pool. Pretty much, it’s one of the more relaxing living rooms.
According to Lauren Conrad, she had a very specific vision for her living room. In an interview, the reality star said she wanted the room to feel “very calm,” which is why she opted for a neutral palette with some muted colors, such as the throw pillows.
Conrad said, “I wanted to bring in a variety of white and washed-out colors to keep the overall feeling very light and airy.” She also reupholstered the chairs to give them a fresh look that perfectly matches the tone she is setting for the room. Another fun quirk, there are no electronics in the room!
The boho-chic living room of Kourtney Kardashian is nothing less than funky. From its sleek corner fire-place to her son’s tent in the corner, you can tell this room gets a lot of use. And for a very good reason! The plush couch is the perfect spot to sit back and talk with family members.
It’s also a great spot to entertain or watch a game on the TV that is perfectly located about the table in the alcove. And even though it looks very sophisticated, the Kardashian promises that the entire room is very kid-friendly.
Matthew Perry’s former Malibu mansion has the living room out of any beach lovers’ dreams. The Friends actor chose to stick with a modern look, opting for white, cream, and blue hues to be featured in his living area. It’s clean, classy, and looks like a great place to rest after a day at the beach.
But that’s not the best part; the lounge chair sitting in front of the floor-to-ceiling glass wall that slides out to a lounge and pool area. Yea, we’d be lying if we said that we wouldn’t have that “wall” open for a breeze at all times.
After accepting the job as Arizona State University’s assistant swim coach, retired olympian Michael Phelps moved into this lavish residence. Even though the rest of the house is impressive, we’re focused on the remarkably beautiful living room Phelps has in the center of the house.
The white and cream colors mesh wonderfully with the open layout that goes directly to the kitchen. We can’t help but love the fluffy white rug and the muted colors that allow the vibrant blue glass to stick out in the background. And with direct views of the door and main cooking area, it’s the perfect room to entertain guests.
From the looks of it, actress Rachel Bilson decided to bring some major California vibes into her living room. Everything from the long light-wood coffee table to the blue velvet sectional couch screams laid-back SoCal living. And it doesn’t hurt that she has an antique piano sitting off to the side, just to give it an older feel.
But the best part of this room has to be the view. Who needs a television in their living room when you have an entire wall that goes directly outside to a pool and views of the city below? Yea, that’s way better than anything on Netflix.