A-Listers at Home: Inside the Stunning Houses of Courteney Cox, Mindy Kaling, Sophia Bush and More Interiors-Obsessed Celebs
Peyton List's Starter Home
When Peyton List needed to decorate her new home, she asked her 11 million Instagram followers for help. The account of A 1000 Times Better designer, Kristen Blazek, was the perfect mix of bohemian and youthful for the former Disney star, 19. “I really loved the aesthetic,” List tells archdigest.com.
Peyton List's Bohemian Living Room
“It felt homey and that was super important,” List tells AD of the designer's eclectic, boho style. She was so inspired, in fact, that she gave Blazek’s team a blank slate. “I told them, ‘Go in. I trust you guys.’”
Peyton List's Old-Meets-New Hangout
The former Disney star, who next appears in Anthem of a Reluctant Prophet and Departures, kept some of the 90-year-old home's original details, including the rustic chandelier.
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's Bahamas Getaway
The country music power couple first laid eyes on their 20-acre island in the Bahamas 14 years ago. “There was just a little shack,” McGraw, 50, tells Architectural Digest, but Hill, 49, could already tell,“It was a great little place.”
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's 'Little Town'
They replaced the modest structure with a collection of eight “pavilions” that took until 2012 to complete. “We set out to build a house. We had no idea we had to build everything else,” Hill says. “We basically had to build a little town.”
Faith Hill and Tim McGraw's Indoor-Outdoor Vibe
“We wanted to feel connected to the outside,” Hill says. “When the breeze comes through the room, it’s just life-changing.”
Mindy Kaling's New York City Apartment
Mindy Kaling's Laid-Back Living Room
Playful patterns and a moroccan pouf, “which looks like it’s for the chicest, most elegant dog, ever,” keep Kaling's hangout space chic and cozy.
Mindy Kaling's Dining Nook
This seating spot is one of the actress and writer's favorite areas of her pad, thanks to one whimsical element: "My awesome light fixture, which is probably the biggest statement of the entire apartment because it is all wine glasses," she said.
Casey Wilson's Bright Backyard
Casey Wilson's Kick-Back Zone
An outdoor sofa and lots of throw pillows add coziness. "Our parties aren’t over-the-top fancy; my biggest focus is that everyone is comfortable and has a good time," she said.
Casey Wilson's Gathering Place
Layering in inexpensive buys from stores like HomeGoods ensures Wilson can try out trends that she wouldn't normally risk. "Inside our home the color scheme is a little more muted and natural,” she said. ”But I like to keep it light and fun when we’re having people over.”
Amanda Stanton's Bright Dining Room
The Bachelor alum needed a fresh look for the dining room in the new home she shares with daughters Charlie and Kinsley. With a little help from decorating site Lulu & Georgia, the 27-year-old was able to “channel all the knowledge I picked up from watching HGTV" to create a relaxing retreat fit for her young family, she wrote on her blog.
Amanda Stanton's Chic Space
“An all-girl house meant nothing but girly-girl elements, too!” she said. Rattan chairs, a crisp, white color scheme and fluffy pillows gave the space just that.
Amanda Stanton's Pretty Prints
California-inspired artwork gave the dining area a boost of energy. “I love how bright my home is. And the pops of color and fun prints put me in a good mood,' she explains.
Sabrina Soto's Relaxed Family Retreat
HGTV host Sabrina Soto loves to play around with the decor in her Studio City home. “Every room gets refreshed every few months or so, but it’s just one or two things here and there,” she told PEOPLE.
Sabrina Soto's Lively Living Room
“Most designers have really beautiful spaces, but sometimes it’s not inviting, and that’s the opposite of how I wanted this house to be," she said of her colorful abode.
Sabrina Soto's DIY Dining Room
Soto tries to repurpose her existing furniture pieces when she tires of their original look. “I’m the biggest bargain hunter,” she admitted. In the dining room, she added a glass top to the table to give it a style that better suited the overall design.
Ginger Zee and Ben Aaron's Upstate Overhaul
Good Morning America'
s chief meteorologist and her reporter husband teamed up to gut renovate their suburban home for their DIY Network show Renovation Realities:Ben and Ginger. “After two weeks I just kind of wanted to light a match and see what happens to it,” Aaron told PEOPLE with a laugh..
Ginger Zee and Ben Aaron's Copycat Nursery
Their one-year-old son Adrian's nursery mirrors the one he has in New York City to keep him comfortable. “He’s definitely a creature of habit already, and we didn’t want to jinx any of our good sleeping,” Zee said.
Ginger Zee and Ben Aaron's 's Entertaining Central
Although the overhaul faced plenty of setbacks, the entertaining-friendly result was well worth their weeks of trial and error. “We might have screwed up a little bit,” Aaron said. “But you just have to enjoy the process.”
Jaime King's Long-Term Home
With a husband and two kids, the actress's family has certainly grown since she first bought her Los Angeles home as a single gal, but she isn't ready to move on from it just yet. “I haven’t found any other place that I love like this," she told Zillow.
Jaime King's Smart Squeeze
After she found out she was expecting now one-year-old Leo, King quickly worked to squeeze a nursery into her sun porch. "I was like ‘oh my goodness, this is where the baby is going to have to go!’” she said.
Jaime King's Grown-Up Kids' Room
Three-year-old James' room has cool European-inspired accents and a marquee light. “I was really stunned at the way that you can continue to grow your house and your home that’s really aligned with your taste, where it doesn’t feel like the kids have taken over,” King said.
Sean and Catherine Lowe's Family Home
couple Sean and Catherine Lowe recently launched their own line of "sophisti-comfortable" sofas, inspired by their favorite at-home hobby — cuddling up on the couch. "It’s just the three of us and we can all spread out on this massive six-piece sectional and leave the stresses of everyday life behind," Sea told Wayfair.
The Lowes' Netflix Theater
The living room, which Sean revealed they call "The Pit," boasts pops of color, a large sectional and a 120” projection screen, “which complements ‘The Pit’ and our lifestyle nicely,” Sean joked.
The Lowes' Family-Friendly Design
The goal for the couple was a stylish home that young son, Samuel, could still explore. “We wanted to create a space that would allow us to entertain friends and family, and that was both stylish and comfortable,” Sean said.
Audrina Patridge's Boho-Chic Home
The Hills vet's bedroom, which she decorated with help from Decorist, sports a cool, bohemian vibe. “I wanted my house to feel like a Bali bungalow,” she told PEOPLE. “It’s very me.”
Audrina Patridge's Cool Kitchen
In the kitchen, tropical-inspired light fixtures and a rustic table fit with her laid-back aesthetic. "I love how reflective this room is of Audrina’s lifestyle and personality," Decorist's head of design Ashley Redmond said.
Audrina Patridge's Loungy Living Room
Plush pillows and a large sectional do double-duty in Patridge's living room. “I love the light and airy boho-beach feel for entertaining, but ever since I had Kirra, comfort and function have also been really important for me," she said.
Allison Holker and Stephen 'tWitch' Boss's Family-Friendly Home
Dancing with the Stars'
Allison Holker and DJ husband Stephen "tWitch" Boss were struggling to combine their styles into a cohesive look in their Los Angeles home. “Our house was a mashup of a bunch of old pieces we’d collected that we were ready to let go of,” Holker told PEOPLE.
Allison Holker and Stephen 'tWitch' Boss's Open Area
A little help from HomeGoods allowed the couple to transform their house into a stylish family retreat, perfect for their son, Maddox, and Holker's daughter, Weslie. “Everything just really shows our personalities," Holker said.
Allison Holker and Stephen 'tWitch' Boss's Activity Hub
Although Boss said, "We’re not MasterChefs by any means,” the kitchen is surely fit for any pro cook. The family's favorite activity though, is board games. "We have a couple new games that look really dope. We don’t have them hidden away in a box somewhere, they actually add to the décor, which is really cool," said Boss.
Courteney Cox's Forever Home
Courteney Cox's Bright Extras
Cox's designer Trip Haenisch convinced the actress to incorporate pops of color, although she wasn't originally on board with the idea. “If it was up to me, everything would have been one color — monochromatic, very simple," she said.
Courteney Cox's Updated Look
Although she has no plans to give up the pretty pad, Cox is still okay with refreshing it as her tastes evolve. “Before I was kind of into organic with modern, and now I’m into really old mixed with cleaner stuff,” she said. “I’m not really changing everything, just a shift — because why not?”