9 Celebrity Bedrooms That Are Truly Star-Worthy Sanctuaries

Celebrity homes are known for extravagant designs, lavish amenities, stunning views—and location, location, location. When night falls and the stars come out, these terrestrial stars lay their heads in some of the most luxurious and stylized bedrooms in the world. Take a look at just a few of them.

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  1. Cameron Diaz


    Cameron Diaz left no stone unturned or surface uncovered in her Manhattan apartment—and certainly not in her bedroom. Drawers are lined in silk, doors are layered with hammered metal, and even the ceiling is covered in gilded paper. Here, mixing and matching textures, colors, and patterns gives the room luxurious depth and warmth.

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  2. Giancarlo Giammetti


    Valentino Fashion House president Giancarlo Giammetti's New York City penthouse boasts a bird's-eye view of Central Park and vistas that stretch out to Long Island. When the fashion magnate slumbers, he does so under a Cy Twombly triptych, in the company of antique furniture and a sweeping cityscape.

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  3. Julianna Margulies


    Julianna Margulies, star of the Emmy-winning series The Good Wife, renovated her SoHo home to accommodate her husband, attorney Keith Lieberthal, and their new baby. The master bedroom makes good use of lighting in layers, complete with hanging light fixture, industrial floor lamp, and his-and-hers swing-arm sconces.

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  4. Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen


    Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen went for "a comfortable house, not a style statement" when designing their Los Angeles home from the ground up. It then follows that their master bedroom would have a fireplace and terrace, with a cozy sitting area for relaxing after a long football season—or a night of working the runway.

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  5. Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan


    When actor Michael J. Fox and his wife, Tracy Pollan, had their Upper East Side apartment redecorated for the first time in more than 15 years, they wanted a "younger-style apartment than we had when we were younger." With that goal in mind, the master bedroom harnesses the power of neutrals and Art Deco antiques to achieve an oasis of serenity.

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  6. Bobby Flay and Stephanie March


    With its welcoming fireplace and open floor plan, the Hamptons bedroom of celebrity chef Bobby Flay and his wife, actress Stephanie March, is every bit as inviting as the rest of their home. In this airy, high-ceilinged space, chairs from Morocco and a custom headboard mingle with a side table from Restoration Hardware for a relaxing down-home impression.

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  7. John Mayer


    John Mayer turned to Amani/Casa for much of the furniture that now distinguishes his SoHo apartment. The bedroom is no exception—the mirror, bed, bedding, lamp, and rug are all by Armani/Casa. A large floral Andy Warhol print serves as a focal point for the room and adds a pop of bright colors to the muted palette.

    Related: Where the Stars Go—11 Beautiful Celebrity Bathrooms

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  8. Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman


    Hidden deep inside the recesses of Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman's master bedroom armoire, you will find one television; it's the only set in the house, which is surprising for two successful television stars. The room exudes a light and airy style with vintage mercury glass lamps, white bed linens, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a door to the backyard.

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  9. Will Ferrell


    Funnyman and Saturday Night Live alumnus Will Ferrell and his wife, auctioneer Viveca Paulin-Ferrell, teamed up with interior designer Shawn Henderson to create a modern, art-filled yet family friendly home in a downtown Manhattan loft. The bedroom is anchored by a Hästens bed with a custom headboard, outfitted with a roomy wing chair, and adorned by a sculpture (in the window) by Mario Dal Fabbro.

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