I'm excited to present a post from one of my favorite sites, ShelterPop!
Kevin Haley has designed rooms in Brad Pitt's house and a handful of other A-listers, but what does his house look like? Take a tour.
A fluke childhood friendship with A-list actress Winona Ryder — his parents lived next door to her grandparents in Minnesota — set Kevin Haley on a crash course to become an interior designer and decorator to the stars. Since doing the first house she ever bought in Beverly Hills, Haley has done a couple more for Ryder as well as homes for a laundry list of famous folks, including Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Meg Ryan and Cameron Diaz.
Since 1997, Haley has made his home a secluded bungalow in the hills above Hollywood. Recently, the low-key designer decided to move on and put his done, done, done house in Hollywood on the market with a price tag of $999,000, otherwise known as a million bucks.
As expected, Haley's interior spaces are quintessential Kevin Haley: A sleek and glammy old Hollywood vibe is paired with a sexy 1970s feel, but all of it is encased in a cottage-style skin. At around 1,500 square feet, the bungalow isn't big, but the living room makes a grand statement with its raised tray ceiling, wood burning fireplace and walls nearly completely covered in antique mirrors. A baby grand piano ambitiously anchors one end of the room that opens up through a series of French doors to several terraces and patios that surround the house.
The petite Chinoiserie-style dining room is bright and chic. Matching wall coverings and window shades depicting ancient Chinese landscapes are paired with a contemporary chandelier painted the same pretty turquoise as the window frames and baseboards.
Tour the rest of the home on Shelterpop!
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All Photos Courtesy of Everett Fenton Gidley