Today on interior design magazines, you can know all about a celebrity home. Eric Stonestreet is really famous because of his part on Modern Family. House & Beautiful tells us all about his L.A home.
All started when he met the interior designer Nathan Turner because both have the same agent, together they brought passion and a casual California ease to the house interiors.
Take a look to inside a Modern Family Star’s Los Angeles house
The interior designer Nathan Turner gave to the living room decoration what Stonestreet was looking for “to be a place he can go with a Scotch and a cigar and enjoy a roaring fire.”
The fireplace décor it´s all about little details like, 19th-century mirrors and one of Stonestreet’s Emmys, all brings a special touch.
A 19th-century copper lantern from Lucca Antiques adds drama to the dining room, which is papered in Phillip Jeffries’s Rivets grass cloth. Living room walls in Benjamin Moore’s White Dove.
The entry of the celebrity home is decorated with handmade ceramic vases and Antique reclaimed Spanish tile.
“The family room is sports central,” Turner says. The modern family star can give to their guest a major comfort with a enormous flat-screen television. The Candemir ottoman from Nathan Turner, covered in Elite leather, is tough enough to handle football fans with their feet up, and an original Gustav Stickley armchair strikes a masculine note.
When you enter to this Hollywood star home master bedroom, you can fell the lavender accents contrasting against walls in Phillip Jeffries’s Donegal Grey tweed.
The guest room decoration is inspired from Stonestreet’s mother favorite color – blue.
“I got my first snare drum in third grade,” Stonestreet says.
Reclaimed barn wood was used for a rustic outdoor kitchen and pit grill.