Architectural Digest Highlights Ten Extraordinary Celebrity Dining Rooms


Design magazine Architectural Digest recently did a piece highlighting some of the most amazing celebrity dining rooms. Fashion designers, actors, musicians and more opened their doors to the publication to show the world their own personal style.

Celebrities certainly enjoy the opportunity to throw fabulous dinner parties, so it’s almost a given that many celebrities have outstanding dining rooms. Architectural Digest wanted to show readers just how some of Hollywood’s most recognizable faces have decorated one of their personal spaces in their homes. Here are ten examples of extraordinary celebrity dining rooms.

Adam Levine: Decorated by Mark Haddaway, rock star Adam Levine has a vintage Italian bar car, a French Art Deco cabinet from JF Chen and an Andy Warhol silkscreen in his dining room. The dining room table is by Florence Knoll and the chairs are by Arne Jacobsen.


Brooke Shields: The actresses Manhattan dining room was created in collaboration with decorator David Flint Wood and MADE architects. The room includes a tole chandelier mounted over a vintage marble-top table by Ralph Lauren Home and chairs by Jansen.


Diane Keaton: Designed by Keaton and her friend and designer Stephen Shadley, Keaton’s unique Beverly Hills dining room includes an Ed Mell painting.


Diane von Furstenberg: The designer’s Manhattan penthouse mixes her love of pattern with her bold style. The room includes vintage chairs around a tree-like table and a portrait by Andy Warhol.


Gerard Butler: Preferring something “elegant and gorgeous and at the same time rather masculine and raw,” Butler designed his dining room in his old-world home in Manhattan along with architect Alexander Gorlin and film designer Elvis Restaino. There is a large, heavy custom-made table in the middle of the 3,300-square-foot loft’s dining room.


Sheryl Crow: Inside Crow’s 1926 Spanish Colonial home in the Hollywood Hills is a dining room with an antique dining table once used in a linen factory and a light fixture that dates back to the 1930s.


Sting: Along with his wife, Trudie Styler, Sting redid the couple’s London townhouse to accommodate more living and dining space on the lower level. He had architect Lee F. Mindel of Shelton, Mindel & Associate work with restoration architect Anthony Close-Smith on the project. The room now includes a large skylight installed to bring natural illumination to the dining area.


Trey Parker: Co-creator of South Park, Trey Parker has a home in Colorado that he and designer Michael Rath transformed by mixing a Japanese aesthetic with the alpine vernacular of the house.


Valentino: The designer’s French estate has a dining room/winter garden with Portuguese chairs, a Piedmontese dining table, and a Chinese panel that fills the arched niche.


Will and Jada Pinkett Smith: The family home near Calabasas features a dining room that was completed with the help of architect Stephen Samuelson and interior designer Judith Lance. The room includes a custom-made table sheathed in lacquered linen, walnut chairs, and a Woven Accents rug.


Images: Architectural Digest

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