John Legend recently opened up his Bowery home to New York magazine. He says he wanted a unique space with plenty of light, not a cookie-cutter box. While John’s 1,350 sq. ft. apartment does have floor-to-ceiling windows, giving his home plenty of light, it also looks a little too styled for my taste. Everything, including John and his model girlfriend Chrissy Telgen, seems to be placed just so. That’s not to say I would mind living in this apartment — it also contains a music room, an entertaining room, walk-in closets, and beautiful views of downtown Manhattan. And to think, a decade ago, John shared an East Village walk-up apartment with two college friends. Check out more photos of John’s apartment after the jump. [Fashion Indie] Keep reading »
What sometimes controversial tell-it-like-it-is television talk show host owns a behemoth Beverly Hills mansion that includes this garish (or, some might say, opulent), funhouse-like breakfast room lined with dizzying, beveled mirrors? Find out … Keep reading »
Take a look at the photo and read through the clues. Can you figure out which celebrity lives here?
What Grammy award-winning rap world royal owns this Hollywood Hills home office that includes works by art stars Russell Young and Takashi Murakami? He’s become as famous — if not more famous — for his out-sized ego and award show antics as he is for his music. Read the hints … Keep reading »
When I first moved to California, I had a fantasy about living in an Airstream trailer off the beach. But then I realized I had no idea how to maintain a trailer—I mean, how does one start a tank of propane? Where does my poop go? How would I cook without potentially exploding my home? I chickened out. But it turns out that Pamela Anderson really enjoys living in the trailer she’s been in while her house is renovated. You mean, despite the fact that she hasn’t mastered wearing pants, she’s figured out how to work a trailer? Maybe I should try again. [Celebitchy]
Actually, several other celebrities have gotten cozy in their double-wides. Here’s who. Keep reading »