Sunday, 28 August 2011

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones' plush home in Bermuda

The home of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones in Bermuda first appeared on Architectural Design.

Michael Douglas explained their decision to buy in this destination in the North Atlantic, 'My mother’s Bermudian. Her family’s been on the island since 1610, and I’ve been going all my life. In fact, I celebrated my first birthday here”
The Hollywood couple "wanted a comfortable living room where they could accommodate up to 14 guests. Interior designer Stephen Ryan describes the area, with plush fabrics and a deep palette, as typically English. Sofas, wing chairs, pillows and panel draped over sofa arm from Mulberry Home"

Catherine Zeta-Jones wanted the dining room to look opulent,  her first home in London had red walls in the dining room too, and she found it soothing to eat in such surrounding. Most furnishing is home Mulberry Home. The fisherman pendant gives it a surprising element as one would expect a chandelier to be in its place.

To maximize the height of the master bedroom of  Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones' home in Bermuda, Stephen Ryan created a canopy of lace panels that cascades from the beam ceiling. The bedding is silk.

Tall stones wall ensure privacy for the outdoor area of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones' Bermuda home.

The poor of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones' home in Bermuda is surrounded by tropical plants
The fanlighted living room door frames a view of the entrance hall of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones home
We at Top Celebrity Homes actually prefer the guest room (which Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones named 'The white room')  to the master bedroom due to its calm and simple charm, with a soothing palette and great use of natural texture.
The couple retained the cedar wood floor in the living room and throughout the home of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Candles in hurricane lamps add to the warm glow of the atmosphere 

Interior Design by Stephen Ryan
Text by Nancy Collins/Photography by Durston Saylor

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