Celebrity Homes That You Should Surely Check Out
When you get older and start earning, one thing that people will always remind you to do is “make sure to make some investments” as it is supposed to be your safety net just in case some unfortunate events happen. One way to give you an assurance that you have made an investment – and a good one at that – is by owning your own property. What kind of property you might ask? Well, we think that you know the answer to that.
Yes, owning a house is actually a good way to have your credit lines up. If you haven’t known yet, houses are actually a long-term and a value appreciating type of investment. This basically means that as the land that it is on gets older, the more it gets pricier.
Since purchasing or having a house built is pretty expensive for most people, we would expect though that our favorite and famous celebrities have their own properties under their names – including lands and houses. And we would love to take a peak or even know about them, right?
Luckily, we have compiled some for you! Continue scrolling if you want to read all about the houses of the 50 celebrities that we have lined up.
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Cameron Diaz owned a 2,400-square-foot apartment for several years before she had the impulse to revamp her place, which had all-white rooms done up in a vaguely nautical theme. It took her a while to decide, although she said that she knew right away that her space needed a crazy amount of color. Her interior designer Kelly Wearstler was fond of spinning the color wheel through every room she creates, and her choice of colors landed on the shades of burnished metals and lustrous minerals like malachite, onyx, rose gold, silver, and copper.
Some credit goes to Diaz for making her own suggestions on how to improve the place. The details of the room reek class; even the swivel armchair and the chandelier are made by vaulted names in the industry, Baughman and Murano, respectively. The lovely stools and tables are of vintage make, and the armchair is outfitted with fabric from the high-class Clarence House. The walls are covered by de Gournay wall covers, and the rugs by Mansour Modern are custom designs.