Today we are looking at the Master Bedroom from Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi at their Beverly Hills Home. The design-savvy stars transform a Beverly Hills estate into a home that is just perfect for their busy schedules! where privacy, security, and exclusivity are the sine qua nons of daily life.
The comedian enlisted a handful of L.A. dealers and designers—among them Tommy and Kathleen Clements, Cliff Fong, and Harrison Holman—to help her cherry-pick furniture, objects, and art for the house. Some pieces are museum-quality, some are deeply personal, and some are both.
In the master bedroom, a custom-made bed is upholstered in a Great Plains fabric and topped with an antique French textile from Lief; the Torpedo floor lamp is by Jane Hallworth, the cabinet is a Gustavian antique, the walls are upholstered in gray flannel by Holland & Sherry, and the nightstand on the right is a 17th-century Tuscan table from Richard Shapiro Antiques and Works of Art.
The Cotswold Crowd has picked the right items to help you create this serine, classic and luxury look!! For the Master Bed the Lansdown Headboard is a classic floor standing headboard and to complement it we have chosen a simple low divan base, that can be custom made by The Cotswold Bed Company in a matching fabric. Another choice, if you like the big statement oversize headboard, the Kings Road Bedstead will have the benefit of a great padded deep bottom headboard but with a little bit more height for that “extra cool” factor.
For the bed linen, try our Provence Bed Linen Collection in Silver. This beautiful pure cotton bed linen will give you that extra lush natural feel within the intensity of a shade of grey. Complement the look with one of the most beautiful and luxurious accessories in the market right now, our Beilla Alphaca Throw. This opulent throw is woven from pure high-mountain alpaca fleece, prized as one of the world's finest fibres for its unmatched softness and warmth, they are bound with a contrasting border and brushed for a luxurious, sleek finish. Woven in Italy by the Uecher family who honours the art and craft of producing some of the world's finest woven fabrics.
Inspire by the recent article in Architectural Digest