Million Dollar Homes Often Use These Colors

Celebrities’ homes are a fascinating look into their lives. From lavish estates to stylish city apartments, they offer an insight into the world of these celebrities. We may not have the budget to build a private home theatre or buy custom marble countertops, but we can take inspiration from the colors in these homes.

Five Star Painting analyzed the most popular celebrity home tours on the Architectural Digest YouTube channel in the last year. Adobe’s color pallet generator was used to upload room images of each celebrity home. This allowed us to identify color themes and find the most popular colors in celebrity homes.

Celebrity homes are awash in the most common colors.

These are the five most popular colors in celebrity homes:

  1. Beige
  2. Green
  3. Gray
  4. Brown
  5. Pink

Celebrity home color palettes show a preference for shades that evoke a feeling of calmness, sophistication, and connection with nature. Beige is the dominant color in 51% of the rooms analyzed. It has cemented its position as the ultimate neutral. It’s not surprising that this color is so popular. It provides a versatile background, which can enhance any space, allowing art, furniture, and accent pieces to shine. Pale Taupe, Tan, and Dark Vanilla are some of the popular shades of beige in celebrity homes.

Gray and green are not far behind. They each appear in 49% of celebrity homes. Olive, sage, and wallpaper prints were the two most common shades of green in celebrity homes. Kitchen cabinetry was also a popular shade of green.

Pink and brown round out the top five celebrity color palettes. These colors were found in 48 % and 38 % of the rooms that were analyzed, respectively. The earthy browns of chestnut, chocolate, and rose add a cozy ’90s vibe, while the pinks—ranging in color from rose to bold fuchsia—add a playful sophistication and whimsy. This color was probably inspired by Greta Gerwig and her movie Barbie.

Let’s now take a closer look at ten celebrity homes.

Travis Barker & Kourtney Kourtney

Travis Barker’s Calabasas home, CA, is a masterclass of minimalism. Their Architectural Digest Open Door tour, which has been viewed over 16,000,000 times on YouTube, is proof. The kitchen is dominated by a cool combination of neutrals – off-whites, granite grays, silvers, and coffees – while the family area features warm tones – rose taupe upholstery, brown wood, and lots of it. The ultra-modern outdoor kitchen is covered in traffic gray and burlywood.

Devin Booker, NBA Star

NBA star Devin Booker’s home is nestled near the Phoenix Mountains Preserve and is a testament to the natural beauty and culture in the Southwest. Mountbatten Pink, Timberwolf, and Light Taupe create a calm, serene atmosphere in the living room, which overlooks the mountain range. The rec room embraces its desert surroundings. Aztec gold, russet brown, dark gold, and turquoise are used in the bar area, on the game table, and in vintage velvet armchairs.

Emma Chamberlain

Emma Chamberlain’s Los Angeles house is filled with personal art, a Mario Bellini couch, and a bohemian vibe. Her bedroom is a tranquil retreat, with cedar chest bedding, custom chamois beds, and eggshell walls. In her bathroom, the shower is covered with slabs of golden brown and metallic bronze onyx. In the kitchen, pastel green and grullo mix with fawn, chestnut, and fawn to create a stylish and inviting space.

David Harbour and Lily Allen

David Harbour and Lily Allen’s Brooklyn townhome celebrates their eclectic taste in a colorful, bold way, taking inspiration from the English countryside. The living room features a lot of green, including the crown molding and the wallpaper, with hints of blush and carrot orange. The bathroom is decorated in shades of green, pale chestnut, and bright pink with a pale blue accent. Pink shades dominate the silk bedding and the walls in the bedroom.

Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow’s European-inspired house in Montecito is a blend of classical and contemporary with a matching color palette. The entryway sets a dramatic mood with shades of metallic green, stone, and shadow accented with pale silver and black. A striking set of Hermes imperial blue plates is paired with soft off-white cabinets, a pale, taupe farmhouse table, and copper fixtures in the kitchen. Silver sand wallpaper, white coffee flooring, and a fireplace mantel from the 18th century are used in the dining room.

Debby Ryan and Josh Dun

Debby Ryan, Josh Dun, and their “fantasy treehouse” in Columbus, OH, take color very seriously. The living room features drapes and throw pillows in popstar pink, greens, yellows, and reds. A psychedelic mushroom mural is also featured. The dining room has an area rug that includes almost all the colors in the color wheel. Their treehouse-inspired bedroom features a pop of olive green, dark gold, and red-purple.

Troian Bellisario & Patrick J. Adams

Troian and Patrick J. Adams created a warm and earthy sanctuary in their Spanish Colonial house in Los Angeles. The living room is a cozy, warm space that features exposed beams and leather upholstery. It also includes bronze, russet, brown, and international orange. The “green kitchen” is a trend that will not go away. Victorian floral wallpaper in the bathroom features Xanadu Blue, dark pastel Red, Goldenrod, and Soldier Green.


RuPaul’s Beverly Hills home features a pale color and is fit for a queen of drag. Orange, sherbert, and platinum shades pop in the kitchen, living room, and bedroom. Tile flooring, cabinetry, and wallpaper are all black-and-whiperfectly complementingents the bold colors in the house.

Rita Ora

Rita Ora’s historic London home combines Victorian England with global influences. Her living room is filled with vintage pieces and is elegant yet cozy, using shades of tan, bronze, and brown. In her bedroom, vintage fixtures are paired with serene colors such as Weldon Blue, Old Rose, and French Beige. She calls her bonus room a “snug,” and it’s the feminine version of a men’s cave. It features moody colors such as sunburst pink, brandy, and smoky.

Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried’s NYC apartment combines the rustic charm and sophistication of farmhouse aesthetics with the backdrop of the city. The color scheme is clean and muted, with morning blue and gold accents in the living area and dark chestnut and myrtle in her children’s bedroom. The kitchen is minimalistic, with bright gray countertops and accents in pastel brown and dark chocolate.

Closing Thoughts

Each celebrity’s color choices reflect a part of their personality. They are a great source of inspiration for anyone looking to give a little star-power to their own space. Want to give your home the A-list treatment? Five Star Painting’s Interior Painting Services will transform your home using colors inspired by celebrities.

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