There are certain Architectural Digest celebrity home-tour videos which I can watch repeatedly, like some kind of interior-design ASMR. The two best ones are Dakota Johnson showing off her woodsy Hollywood Hills home and Liv Tyler showing off her gorgeous New York townhouse. I do love to see how rich celebrities decorate, especially when it’s a woman who has bought her own house and decorated it the way she likes. So I went into Kacey Musgraves’ AD video hoping for the best, and hoping to see a lot of her personality. This is her AD tour of her Nashville home:
I appreciate that the spaces are feminine, soothing and clean. But I just couldn’t live with all of that white, cream and blush everywhere, especially given that she has dogs! I feel like this kind of monochromatic (especially with the all-white rooms) can often look too sterile and lacking in personality, even if it’s not “jarring” or too busy. I like that she has books and tchotchkes and collections, hate that her books are color-coordinated. Oh, and I do love all of her plants. So few celebrities have plants in their homes!
Kacey also tells a story about Willie Nelson – when they were on tour together in 2014, he “rolled this huge fatty and we all sat around and smoked it with him, and then he said, ‘Save the rest for another time,’ and I did.” She saved half a blunt a framed it and now it’s in her art room.
Cover, Instagram & screencap courtesy of Architectural Digest.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during a visit to Daystar Evangelical Church Abaco in The Bahamas, to learn about the impact of Hurricane Dorian in 2019 and to see how communities are still being rebuilt, on day eight of their tour of the Caribbean on behalf of the Queen to mark her Platinum Jubilee. Abaco, a chain of islands and barrier cays in the northern Bahamas, was hit by winds of up to 185mph during Hurricane Dorian in 2019 leaving 75% of homes across the chain of islands damaged and resulting in tragic loss of life.
During a visit to Fish Fry in Abaco, a traditional Bahamian culinary/.
During a visit to the Memorial Wall to remember victims of the 2019 hurricane at the Memorial Garden in Abaco.
During a visit to Grand Bahama Children’s Home, which provides a home environment to vulnerable children who are not able to live with their families
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