Homebodies Unite: Drew Barrymore Doesn't Want to Leave Her House, Either

Homebodies Unite: Drew Barrymore Doesn't Want to Leave Her House, Either

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Nora Taylor
Dec 29, 2017
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In the latest issue of InStyle, Drew Barrymore shares her secrets to life, love and keeping things in perspective. The actress and producer reflects on her life in the spotlight and creating a home for her two young daughters—one that she really would prefer not to leave.

The spread features a charming set of photos where Drew re-shoots some of her most notable childhood photos. She discusses her early stardom and how it often kept her out and about; "It's almost like I never was at home... And it's funny because you'd have to take a crowbar and a spatula and a forklift to get me out of the house now." We get it.

They also make note of the New York apartment she shares with her two young girls, "Sandra Boynton books are stacked on Rizzoli monographs; Dr. Seuss mingles with Joan Didion. It's cozy and personal—and has a super-impressive craft closet." Raise your hand if you want to craft with Drew Barrymore.

If you feel totally caught up on the home habits of The Santa Clarita Diet star, you may want to play along with the famous Billy on The Street game, "Would Drew Barrymore like that?"

You can read more over on InStyle.

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