So I am totally obsessed with this couple, mostly because of their reality t.v. show that follows their crazy daily life (he’s a real estate developer and motivational speaker, she’s a television host, news anchor and fashion critic on E!) and their trials and tribulations as Giuliana overcame breast cancer and their difficulty to have children. They are so real and hilarious through everything that it’s hard not to love them. A couple season’s ago, they bought a home in LA and Bill led the design teams in a complete remodel. The result is quite possibly my dream home (at least one that I feel is somewhat within my reach…in 10 to 15 years).
What I love most about this home is how beautiful the decorating is while still being so neutral, calming and serene. The perfect place to relax and unwind after a long day. The interior decorating was completed by Lonni Paul and the home was photographed by Michael Garland for Traditional Home Magazine.
“A carved wood chandelier from Circa Lighting illuminates comfy furniture and a neutral-toned rug from Safavieh.”
“Comfortable wicker chairs around a wood table provide a relaxing spot to check out the pool.”
“Atop an RH striped rug, sofas from Lane Venture are upholstered in white Sunbrella fabric and accessorized with blue-and-white pillows. Tables, including a black coffee table and a ceramic garden stool, offer handy spots to place an arrangement of flowers or a drink.”
“A pair of blue linen poufs are tucked beneath a sofa table from Hickory Chair in the family room, decorated in classic blue and white”
“The Ralph Lauren four-poster that Bill and Giuliana moved from their former home finds its niche under a vaulted ceiling. A bench with a matching dark finish wears linen and is topped with monogrammed pillows from Jonathan Adler. Toss pillows on the bed complement the rug from Surya.”
“Blue grass cloth by Phillip Jeffries encloses the nursery that Paul designed with a water theme in mind. A crib she designed for her PetitNest line features Duke’s initials. Globe poufs from RH sit atop a chevron-patterned rug by Jonathan Adler”