5 Celebrity Dream Homes that Will Inspire You to Renovate

What kind of home befits a celebrity? One that’s dreamy enough to be featured in magazines, home and lifestyle TV shows, and grand enough to inspire your home renovation.

1. Britney Spears

The queen of pop’s 8,500 square feet abode in Thousand Oaks, California has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a pool, and a fireplace. It also has a home movie theatre, temperature controlled wine cellar, and a game room.

Furnished with stainless steel appliances, its kitchen is open and comes with a formal dining room. As for the master suite, it has walk-in closets and two his-and-hers bathrooms that are equipped with Jacuzzi tub and spa shower.

The massive property also houses an outdoor pool with fountain, covered patio, barbecue and wet bar, and five garages.

2. Ellen DeGeneres

Inside Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi’s secluded 26-acre ranch are plenty of cool sculptures and vintage art pieces such as a large early-20th-century American worktable, vintage wicker chair, French early-19th-century deconstructed bucket chair, and many more.

The mega-mansion includes 9-bedrooms, 7.5 baths, a living room with library area, and formal dining room. The master suite has its own family room, study, terraces, and hers-and-hers dressing rooms occupying the entire 2nd floor.

3. Gwyneth Paltrow

The atmosphere is ethereal inside Gwyneth Paltrow’s Tribeca home in Santa Barbara. This Venice-inspired Palladian style main abode is 5,022 square feet and comes with a spacious living room with a conservatory-style sitting room, four-bedroom, four-bathroom, a two-car garage, and several sun-drenched terraces.

The house’s outdoor structure does not fall short on luxuries either; with a long swimming pool, a massive fountain that’s almost the size of another swimming pool, and lush greenery spread across the estate.

4. Jennifer Aniston

Big dramatic front-doors that are 14-foot-tall. Koi Pond. Murano glass chandelier. The Friends’ star wanted a Zen-like retreat, and so her former home is made to give a ‘Bali’ tropical feel. She later sold the 10,000 square-foot house as she needed to “simplify her life”.

5. Jon Bon Jovi

7,452-square-foot duplex space with a panoramic view of New York’s downtown, this Manhattan penthouse was among the hottest homes during the year the iconic rocker put it on the market. Among its rocking feature are three terraces, six bedrooms, a chef’s kitchen, nanny’s quarters, and a screening room.

Found a revamp-worthy style you like? Ask your home renovation contractor how they can be applied to the structure of your home.

Photos are from huffingtonpost.com and architecturaldigest.com

by Luke Kilmany Blog