The 2011 article about Ellen and her wife Portia was fun to read in Architectural Digest and I love the style in their Beverly Hills home. It's a mix of traditional, contemporary, fun, and lots of touches of the unexpected.
|Perfect example of mixing traditional with contemporary. They kept it cohesive by sticking to neutral colors with just a pop of color from the artwork and blanket. I love that lamp hidden away in the far left corner!|
|Entry to their home and did you know that's a ping pong table in the center? It's a gorgeous glass and steel table designed by Argentine artist Rirkrit Tiravanoja.|
|Cozy living room with couches you could just sink into.|
|I noticed they keep to subtle patterns and neutral colors even with the artwork. The Puma art on the wall is perfect!|
|This kitchen is spectacular with the green cabinets, warm wood floors, antique rugs, and steel cabinetry hanging above the kitchen island. |
|I'm guessing this is a hallway or library and how interesting with the circular room spotlighting the small statues in the center and collection of books. I love that chandelier. I'm seeing a trend here that I like their choices in lighting.|
|I love the blend of old and new again here in this office. The earthy plum color of the settee and the antique rug and cabinetry is so subtle and rich.|
|You have to put your Emmy's somewhere and the antique hutch is the perfect location.|
|This cracks me up! Portia's gorgeous high heels on the left and Ellen's colorful sneakers on the right.|
If you want to see more of their home visit Architectural Digest.