From the moment you enter Christina Aguilera’s Beverly Hills Estate, you know you are going to have fun. With a powerhouse voice, Christina Aguilera has risen to global stardom for actually having talent. How refreshing. She’s also a gal who is determined, opinionated, bold and colourful; her home reflects that.
So come on a fascinating journey into Christina Aguilera’s Beverly Hills Estate with interiors by Woodsen and Rummerfield’s House of Design.
The entry foyer is a showcase for Christina’s love of pink, and the unexpected, with a D*Face painting commanding attention. The David Hicks inspired wallpaper has been cleverly used to make a statement but without overpowering the many elements of the room.
Above is another angle of the entry foyer showing how the David Hicks inspired wallpaper has been used to create a statement. The chair is from Maison Jansen.
Emerald is a fabulous colour to add to a bold interior. Even bolder, in Christina’s stunning games room, is the custom-built pink felt and black laquered pool table. A suitable star-emblazoned Paul Smith rug pulls together the colour elements.
Boldness abounds with interior design that is strong and unflinching. Creating a space with red, black and gold is very ‘rock star’ and I love the Rolling Stones-reminiscent cushions. Clearly Ms Aguilera has a penchant for pictures of horned deceased superstars. This one proudly hangs in her custom recording studio.
From games rooms and custom recording studios, every Beverly Hills home has to have a home theatre room. Christina’s is, predicably, unpredictable with a very theatrical feel.The beautiful lamp is an antique given to Christina by a close friend of hers.
Like much of Christina Aguilera’s Beverly Hills Estate, the bold choices run the risk of being overcooked. But the talented team at Woodsen and Rummerfield’s House of Design have done an incredible job of combining lots of elements in a visually appealing pastiche. The Red Dining Room is, for me, a glorious example of highly co-ordinated texture, colour and proportion. Added to the vibrancy are vintage chairs, and Art Deco rug and Chinoiserie wallpaper. Bold and FABULOUS.
I love the bright shot of yellow against the deeper colours in this image of Christina’s kitchen. There’s a lot going on but the colours are pulled together with lots of black, white and red. Red and black abounds in the Master Bedroom too.
More than one key element is present – colour, texture, a hero bed, raised platform, lighting, shag pile…yup, you know a Rock Star lives here.
Plus the abundance of SHOES in a closet that requires a ladder to access all the shelves. Sigh – died and gone to shoe heaven in Christina Aguilera’s Beverly Hills Estate.
And despite all the rooms and private spaces, a girl still needs a study in which to read ravishing reviews and contemplate her next stunning move. Christina’s study is just like the rest of the house – dazzling in it’s mix of colour, texture and design elements. In fact, compared to the rest of Christina Aguilera’s Beverly Hills Estate this room is relatively restrained.
Thanks to Woodsen and Rummerfield’s House of Design and Douglas Friedman for the photos.