Actors, Directors, Singers, Dancers…..
Acting, Directing, Singing and Dancing may be what you know them by, but they are also interested and passionate about various other fields including interior design. Some of these artists take this passion farther and work on some projects for family, friends, etc.
Justin Timberlake has been very active in the movie, music, and fashion industries for many years. Today’s announcement of HomeMint, a collection of home goods and art designed and curated by Timberlake and his longtime interior designer, Estee Stanley, brings him into the design world as well. Timberlake said in an interview with Stanley and Elle Decor “When you’re working on something as personal as your home, it’s about the relationship. And that’s what BeachMint is all about—at the end of the day, we’re not looking at the people on HomeMint as consumers, we’re looking at them as clients. And we want to have a relationship with them. To offer our design suggestions.”
Chicago PD actress’s love of warm, welcoming interiors tell a story about the homeowner. An all-around lover of décor, Bush appeared on the La Cienega Design Quarter panel last year to speak about how the internet has changed interior design.
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Ellen DeGeneres is not only a popular talk-show host and beloved comedian, but she’s also an extremely prolific home designer and house flipper, as shown in her new book, “Home”. She loves to move and is always on the lookout for her next great house adventure. Her love for interior design has led her to nearly a dozen home renovation projects over the last 25 years. Her passion for design has also led to a show on HGTV, Ellen’s Design Challenge, and a lifestyle brand, ED by Ellen. “I wanted to be an interior designer when I was 13,” DeGeneres admits in her book.
Brad Pitt,a lover of architecture, formed the “Make it Right” organization to help rebuild destroyed New Orleans housing following Hurricane Katrina. More recently, the actor has moved into interior design by collaborating on a collection with furniture maker Pollaro. The line includes seating, tables, a marble bathtub, and a bed. The collection goes under the slogan “Designed by Pitt, built by Pollaro. Made in USA”.
Jessica Alba‘s love for travel has also led to her love of interior design. she states that travel inspired her living spaces and gives her new ideas on her new design and decor. In her latest interview with My Domaine she says, “I recently went to Istanbul and loved how the favors of the Middle East mixed and mingled with the Mediterranean coast. The design feels so luxurious and gorgeous because it’s all handmade, natural, and authentic. I want my home to feel like that getaway.”
Actress Cameron Design designed a Manhattan apartment which later on became one of the most popular home tours because of its combination of opulent colors and textures with inviting details it carries. “I blame my love of sparkly, shiny things on my Cuban roots,”Diaz explained to Elle Decor. “But I also wanted a place that felt very homey & tactile.”
It’s true that Diane has very specific black & white taste, but her interior design and decorating pins on Pinterest are very thoughtful and well-curated. She has a spare, minimalist style that may not be favored by all, but it certainly is unique and eye-catching.
Founder of the lifestyle website Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s talents go beyond acting and cooking. The actress has proven her passion for interiors by opening Goop pop-up boutiques in Los Angeles—in conjunction with designer boutique Nickey Kehoe—and Dallas which feature home goods and decorative gifts. The actress also purchased the House of Windsor show home, decorated by top designers like Peter Dunham and Martyn Lawrence Bullard.
In an article in Architectural Digest, Adam Levine revealed that when it came to renovating and decorating his Hollywood-area home, he knew exactly what he wanted. “Furnishing a home is no different than going into the studio and making music. You want to make sure you’ve pared down all the extra details so that in the end, every stitch has a context uniquely yours.” With designer pieces by the likes of Jean Prouvé and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and art by Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol, his is a uniquely personal home we’d love to visit.