We Finally Have Photos of Mandy Moore's Finished Home, And It's Just As Dreamy As We Hoped

We Finally Have Photos of Mandy Moore's Finished Home, And It's Just As Dreamy As We Hoped

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Tara Bellucci
Jun 21, 2018
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If you've been diligently following the peeks Mandy Moore has been sharing on Instagram about her freshly renovated mid-century home in Pasadena, then this is what you've been waiting for. With the over-a-year process finally complete, the This Is Us star is on the cover of the July/August issue of Architectural Digest talking about her brand new abode.

Prior to today, we've gotten a few looks at finished spaces—her laundry room and pantry in particular—but nothing quite as extensive since the massive moving day Insta story.

"We fell in love with the views, the pool, the yard, basically the whole energy of the place," Moore tells AD of the Harold Zook-designed home. "We wanted to recapture the home's original spirit without delving into a slavish period restoration. We tried to imagine what Zook would have done if he were designing it today."

"I've been bursting to talk about home stuff but this has been in the works for a little while and we had to keep it a secret," she writes in an Instagram caption featuring the cover. She also praises architect Emily Farnham, interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel, and the rest of the team that worked on the project, including "an extra thanks to all of you who took an interest in this silly home renovation and followed along via my stories, etc..... can't wait for the next one!" she teases with a wink face emoji.


I've been bursting to talk about home stuff but this has been in the works for a little while and we had to keep it a secret. However, the time has come to celebrate the culmination of a year of unbelievable work by my friends @emilyfarnhamarchitecture, @sarahshermansamuel, @bronstruction, @terremoto.la and @johnstonvidalprojects. Thank you to @archdigest, @amytastley and @mayer.rus for allowing us the platform to share this passion project with the world in such a major way. @trevortondro took these gorgeous shots and I was in awe of @lawrenhowell and her team for making our home look so lovely. And an extra thanks to all of you who took an interest in this silly home renovation and followed along via my stories, etc..... can't wait for the next one! 😉 Photography by @trevortondro Styling by @lawrenhowell Text by @mayer.rus Architecture by @emilyfarnhamarchitecture Interior Design by @sarahshermansamuel Landscape architecture by @terremoto.la Built by @bronstruction and @johnstonvidalprojects Fashion styling by @cristinaehrlich and @kevinmichaelericson Makeup by @jennstreicher Hair by @streicherhair And Joni and Jackson made the shot too!! 🐶🐶

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And it might not be that far off—Moore discovered a love of the process during the extensive project. "It's hard to convey the excitement of working out every detail, from picking slabs at the stone yard to figuring out how many burners we wanted for the stove," she says. "Once you realize that you can actually build your true dream house, it's hard to go back to anything else."

Check out more photos and video over on Architectural Digest, or in the July/August issue.

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