I came across Brooke Shields’ Manhattan home renovated in collaboration with designer David Flint Wood and MADE architects while browsing Architectural Digest and thought I would share it with you regardless of my opinion, after all it’s a celebrity’s home.
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Chicago Bulls’ iconic legend Michael Jordan, recently listed his private mansion on the Realtor for $29,000,000. The compound served as the Jordan family home over the past two decades.
At 56,000-square-feet,9 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, and 5 fireplaces, the luxury amenities start at the gate, where an engraving of the Chicago Bulls legend’s iconic number, ‘23’, offers a greeting to guests of the estate. As expected from a professional basketball player, the compound includes: an indoor tennis court, and an indoor a regulation-size basketball court complete with cushioned hardwood flooring, motorized backboards and a wired premium sound system.
For all details on the mansion go to the Realtor’s website.
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According to Home Designing, this could be Ashton Kutcher’s next House. The 9,385 square foot mansion is priced at $10,800,000 located in the Hollywood Hills with spectacular views of Lake Hollywood and the culturally iconic sign, visible beyond walls of retractable glass.
The contemporary five bedroom dream home boasts eight bathrooms, a ‘floating’ dining room, state-of-the-art screening room, and a fitness & massage room. The house also makes full use of the Hollywood heat, enjoying an infinity-edged swimming pool with elevated spa, and a number of outdoor rooms perched on cantilevered decks or far reaching patios with extensive built in fire pits.
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Hilary Swank, award winning American actress, in an interview with Elle Décor stated that she believes a home doesn’t have to be as extravagant as a dream. “I feel comforted in smaller spaces,” she says. “They’re more nurturing.”
She hired designer Mark Zeff, with whom she’d worked previously on a New York brownstone and her California house. The two have a natural sympathy. “Hilary is very intense and also very pure,” says Zeff. “She knows what she likes. She doesn’t live in fantasy. I wanted to create a place that would give her a sense of grace and harmony.”
His options were limited, however, as Swank didn’t want any demolition or reconfiguration of the apartment, which is in a new building on the site of a former printing plant. Walls had to stay where they were; kitchen and bathrooms remained largely as is. Zeff’s first step was to furnish the rooms with serene, clean-lined pieces, many of which he chose from the Calvin Klein Home collection. “Calvin’s furniture has a strong modern sensibility without any tricks,” he explains. Then he layered in elements—historical, cultural, emotional, symbolic—to offset any sterility. Softly weathered barn wood reclaimed from a Pennsylvania farm clads one wall of the living area. The study’s shelves—custom-made built-in cabinetry designed by Zeff—are lined with artifacts: African headrests, hand-forged scissors, and sculptural Indian molds.
For details on the items used and pieces within every space, you can check the original article for references.
Kim’s new pad is a Mediterranean villa located in Beverly Hills. The house has 5 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, a grand two-story entry, formal living room and dining room — each with their own fireplaces. The house was originally listed at almost $5m but was last listed with a hugely reduced asking price of $3.795million.
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