We look to celebrities for a lot of things: what to wear, how to do our hair, and even for advice on how to live a happy, successful life. We decided to scour the internet for the best bedroom decorating ideas from some of the most stylish celebrities around. Here’s what we found.
Jon Bon Jovi
Bon Jovi may have sold this SoHo penthouse in 2013, but that doesn’t make it any less incredible. The modern master bedroom capitalizes on the view of New York City and offers a nice sitting area and desk. The simple color pattern and minimal ornamentation allow you to really focus on the majestic view of the city.
Also in SoHo, New York, Justin Timberlake’s former bachelor pad boasts an excellent view of the the Empire State building and the rest of New York. The elegant black and white color scheme work with the 10 foot ceilings and large amounts of natural light to make the room feel brighter and more spacious.
Jennifer Aniston sold this Beverly Hills house in 2011 and opted for a penthouse in New York City. But her former bedroom has a very cool, low wooden bed frame and huge accent lamps. The openness of the room, combined with the floor-to-ceiling windows and the earth tones, make you feel like you are practically sleeping outside.
Not the room you would expect from this diva! Lady Gaga’s Malibu master bedroom has plenty of beautiful drapes creating an elegant atmosphere. And the abundance of white leaves you focusing on all the different textures the room offers. The terrace overlooking the Pacific Ocean doesn’t hurt either.
Jane Fonda’s New Mexico ranch house has some very eclectic influences. From the three different lanterns hanging from the ceiling to the sculptural headboard and multi-colored tiles, this sunny bedroom screams rustic charm.
This masculine master bedroom has a large, canopy bed as the focal point of the room, and the fireplace at the far end of the room is an elegant touch. Although the room is spacious, the wise use of space and color still makes it feel cozy.
This Oscar-winning actress recently remodeled her New York loft. The contrast between black and gold, in everything from the curtains to the different furniture pieces, keeps the eye engaged, but not overwhelmed.
Leo recently bought his new Palm Springs home after selling his Malibu beach house. The clean edges of the furniture and white tile create a modern feel that is contrasted by the traditional feel of the stone fireplace. But the use of purple in different pieces around the room tie the whole thing together.
- Brandon Doyle