Julianne Hough’s Cozy Personal Sanctuary

Jan 05, 2017

Finished with rattan bistro chairs, a chaise lounge that beckons to be enjoyed with a throw and a book, as well as a soaking tub, dancer, judge and actor Julianne Hough’s Hollywood home was curated just for her. Not to impress Architectural Digest or the curious eyes of her fans (however, her calm, personal choices have drawn TSLL interest most indeed), but to provide what she needed: a place to be herself and truly relax.

With the help of architect Steve Wunderlich and interior designer Jake Arnold, in Better Homes & Garden‘s first issue of 2017, Hough’s home, shared with her fiancé Brooks Laich and as you most definitely noticed as I did as well, her two Cavalier King Charles pups, Lexi and Harley, is the cover star and for good reason. While you can be inspired by Hough regularly on her on blog Julesheresimply taking this tour provides a respite and a beautiful reminder to create a living space that suits what you need in your life to bring you balance, peace and bring you to your best self. Enjoy the tour and learn more about her decor choices. Love the paint colors? See below the shades from Portola used in each room:


~a pic from Julianne Hough’s IG account, with Harley & Lexi~

~View more Decor Inspiration posts here in TSLL Archives.

~Decor images via Better Homes & Gardens



6 thoughts on “Julianne Hough’s Cozy Personal Sanctuary

  1. It’s charming and stylish, without being loaded with the typical decor props of the moment. It looks like a real home, for an individual with a unique personality, not out of the IG cookie cutter.

  2. I don’t often see stars’ homes and think I’d like it for myself, but this one is an exception. It’s so lovely and welcoming, and yes, looks like someone could actually live there. I saved the photos of the bistro set and the chaise to show my husband as examples of items we’re currently looking for. Thank you for sharing this with us!

  3. The cabinet color you linked, does not look the same as in her kitchen. I read it was a custom color, do you know what she mixed? thanks!

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