LeBron James’ Home Is His Castle
LeBron James is well known as an NBA player, father of three, husband — and apparently, he and his wife Savannah also have an excellent eye for home decor. In an exclusive interview with Vanity Fair, the beloved first family of basketball shared the first-ever peek into their Los Angeles home in a series of formal photos.
Dressed traditional tuxedos and gowns, the NBA player, his wife, sons Bronny and Bryce, and daughter Zhuri gathered around the dinner table while posing for photographer Gillian Laub. Besides their fashionable ‘fits, the eye-catching item in the room is the centerpiece painting by Kareem-Anthony Ferreira placed above the dining table.
Revolving around the celebration of LeBron’s 20th NBA season, the article takes a look into LeBron’s home life, including what Savannah described as a “transitional moment” for their children. As the couple’s oldest son Bronny nears 18, he is “getting to a place to start to make decisions about his career and where he wants to go in his life.” Meanwhile, their second oldest child Bryce — nicknamed the “mystery of the family” — is deemed a talented basketball prospect that “could go in any direction.”
The adorable youngest member of the family, 7-year-old Zhuri, has her own YouTube channel, “All Things Zhuri,” where viewers can see a preview of the rest of the James’ residence. Between gardening tips in their backyard or a cooking tutorial from Zhuri and her father, her YouTube channel has more cameos of the Los Angeles residence.
Speaking of Zhuri, the glamorous mommy-daughter photos of Zhuri and Savannah are adorable, but can we talk about the star-shaped affirmations on the mirror in their vanity room? Whether these affirmations are for LeBron, Savannah, or the entire household, it’s definitely a cute moment.
And of course, it’s impossible to talk about the glimpse of the beautiful backyard and pool in the photo of LeBron and his sons on a golden crown-shaped pool float. The iconic float is available to purchase on This Is Why I’m Broke’s website for $179, and it might just be worth every penny to mimic this iconic photo.
Although this was the first time that the James’ family decided to share a peek into their home, the cute moments seen in every photo were worth the wait.