There’s something utterly fascinating about being allowed into someone’s home—more so if they’re celebrities.
These massively public figures welcoming us into their private spaces is really quite something else, allowing us to get to know what kind of person they are based on what they consider comfortable, cozy, and homey.
Which is why Architectural Digest’s “Open Door” and Vogue's "73 Questions" are such hits!
Not only do these videos give us an in-depth look at the homes of Hollywood’s biggest stars, it also gives us a chance to briefly glance at various memorabilia these stars have collected, things that hold a special place in their hearts and precious memories.
Oh, and these videos serve as the perfect inspiration in case you’re working on your #InteriorDesignGoalz mood board! Check them out below! Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner’s home is a surprising Mediterranean-inspired abode that’s calm, Earthly, and peaceful—like nothing you’d expect from one of the world’s most recognized models. It also holds her mom Kris’ special housewarming gift! Jessica Alba
Fit for a big family, Jessica Alba’s home is a sizable thing of beauty that still manages to feel warm and cozy. It also has one of the most spacious and beautiful backyards we’ve ever seen from a celebrity home! Margot Robbie
The Oscar-nominated actress’s humble abode is truly that: humble. In her “73 Questions” video with Vogue, she takes us through her quaint but gorgeous cottage, which has a lot of natural light and one of the most serene kitchens we’ve ever had the pleasure of seeing! Robert Downey Jr.
RDJ’s Windmill Home at the Hamptons isn’t really as luxurious as the mansions scattered around his neighborhood, but it’s clear for him and wife Susan that luxury isn’t the point, but letting their personality shine through. Would love to spend summer there! Dakota Johnson
Dakota Johnson’s cabin is a refreshingly different chillax spot that’s as airy and quirky as the star herself. The space is littered with crystals, as Dakota is very much into them. She also shows us her (alphabetically arranged, she’s proud to say) record collection. What a dream! Aaron Paul
Unlike most stars in this list, Aaron Paul ditched Hollywood and set up camp in Idaho with his wife, instead, opting for a more homey, wood-clad barn-style abode than more contemporary furnishings. The result is a home that’s inviting and a little bit whimsical—the total opposite of his “Breaking Bad” character, basically. Kris Jenner
What does the home of the world’s most famous mom look like? Surprisingly not that bombastic. Kris Jenner’s Hidden Hills home is pretty big, but not crazy huge, with plenty of artworks punctuating the space and a killer fireplace that screams “home.” Shay Mitchell
Shay Mitchell’s Mediterranean and Spanish-inspired home is a celebration of natural elements merged with a little scandal of color here and there. She has a lot of vintage pieces, too, making her home a museum of memories. Ricky Martin
Ricky Martin’s home, where he lives with his partner Jwan Yosef, is a sparse and zen Los Angeles retreat with a huge hallway, an interior patio, and one of the biggest closets we’ve seen. Mandy Moore
The most striking feature of Mandy Moore’s mid-century home are the 360-degree views and floor-to-ceiling glass walls, turning the home into a quiet, comforting festival of natural light. It’s like peace of mind come to life. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
As violent and chaotic as his show “Game of Thrones” was, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau’s home is the complete opposite: With neutral-to-Earthly tones and beautifully bizarre art pieces mixed in, this is the home of a man who just wants to relax, read a good book, and do nothing. Ashley Tisdale
Ashley took to the 1930s to find inspiration for her lovely home, but combined it with contemporary pieces that make it a fit home for modern individuals with old souls. John Legend & Chrissy Teigen
The couple’s open-design home is a mix of them, featuring John’s musicality (the acoustics of their house must be so sick!) and Chrissy’s lightness and energy, making their home a spacious corner of arts and good vibes.
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