Some homes have a personality that is uniquely their own. There is unexpected charm and character waiting around every corner. Such is the truth with actress Diane Keaton’s Beverly Hills Spanish Colonial residence, built in the early-1920s by architect Ralph Flewelling. The actress is known for having her own sense of style and she has stayed true to that when decorating her dwellings. Her love for art and design is evident in all of the details with which she has imbued this stunning home. She preserved the original rustic charm of the residence, layering it with her own unique taste, particularly in the library.
If you’ve never had the pleasure of seeing this home tour before, you are in for a treat.
A whimsical sign reads the street name, Roxybury Road, beside the stunning wood front doors.
The house is lit up at night by a romantic glow.
A previous renovation left the home’s entryway double-height and awkward. Diane turned it into a library.
Here is a better look at the charming library with an eye-catching ceiling.
The living room is cozy with many decor pieces that are from the same era as the home’s history.
The library flows into the dining room, where stunning beams and lanterns attract your eye.
Inverted lampshades give a unique but effective touch to the kitchen’s design and lighting.
I love the pops of color in the pottery found above a table in the kitchen area.
Even the loggia have a sense of magic to it with light pouring in through curved doors.
The furniture stays true to the home’s origins, much of it looking as though it has been there since the beginning.
The painting over the fireplace is from 1925, keeping with the rich history of the home.
The arches alone make this home a masterpiece of architecture.
What are your thoughts on Diane’s charming abode? Is it a place you could call home?
Photos via Architectural Digest.