These beautiful homes are the real Hollywood celebrities that we should all be talking about! There are tons of glamorous Hollywood homes that provide inspiration. Fuel your fantasies by checking out these Los Angeles luxury homes that we all wish we could afford. One day we’ll be able to live in these mansions in Hollywood, right? See below for the best Hollywood homes tours.
This Mulholland Drive home designed by Uneheim features a contemporary pool terrace, a travertine piazza, onyx benches and a firepit. Oh and we can’t forget about the beautiful views over Los Angeles.
Fashion designer Erin Fetherston’s Hollywood home has a gorgeous kitchen with a perfect pop of blue in the form of an island.
Jessica Alba’s guesthouse, designed by Consort, also uses refreshing blues to create a serene game room.
Stephen Shadley designed a Spanish Colonial home for Diane Keaton, pictured above.
We love this room designed by Nate Berkus with painted wood floors and a variety of textures like velvet, rattan and wood.
Interior designer Jeff Andrews created many custom pieces for this Los Angeles luxury property, including the bed.
Jeff Andrews chose a 2001 Raymond Han oil painting to be the focal point of this regal kitchen.
In the living area, Andrews centered the design around the antique French fireplace surround.
Martyn Lawrence Bullard chose a mix of antique 40s, 50s and 70s pieces for Villa Luna – a home in West Hollywood.
How gorgeous is the Tuscan-style exterior of Villa Luna? It was originally created by architect Paul Revere Williams, and it is one of our favorite Hollywood homes.
The master bedroom features mirrored wall panels and a dramatic canopy bed.
The fun bathroom has a blue star pendant light from MLB Atelier and a clawfoot tub.
This beautiful Hollywood Regency–style home by Madeline Stuart has suede-paneled walls with copper molding and antique furniture.
The living room of this home has beautiful white sofas and floor to ceiling windows.
The dining room table was commissioned by the client’s grandmother from Karl Springer.
This masculine office was designed by Kishani Perera and favors many mid-century modern pieces. She has designed many gorgeous Hollywood homes.
The green wall was one of the reasons Perera’s client purchased the home, so she designed around it choosing pieces that would compliment each other and the chartreuse wall.
Juicy Couture cofounder Pamela Levy hired Peter Dunham to design this pool house and screening room. We love the 18th Chinese panel – it’s very Chanel.
Designer Philip Nimmo’s bedroom in his West Hollywood home features dark walls (and ceiling!) but since they are actually brown, it brings a warmth to the space as well as a masculine drama.
Nimmo continued the dark walls throughout the home in the dining room as well.
Last but not least we have a Hollywood Hills craftsman home designed by Frances Merrill.
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Source: 1st Dibs