Can You Guess the Celebrities by their Homes?

Can You Guess the Celebrities by their Homes?

Brittney Morgan
Apr 12, 2017
(Image credit: Architectural Digest)

Celebrities are tastemakers. They spend lots of time (and lots of money) making sure their lives are impeccably styled, from their hair all the way down to the imported rugs on their Brazilian walnut floors. Along with being seemingly unattainable—since their houses are the kind many of us simply daydream about—they're are also delightfully mysterious. Few things are more intriguing than finally getting to see a tour of your favorite actor or TV personality's house; an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look of the places they call home.

But decor choices often reflect our personalities, and celebrities are no exception—their homes definitely reflect their style, taste and interests just as much as ours do. So when it comes to your favorite celebs, would you be able to recognize them just based solely on their decor style? If you saw fun patterned wallpaper all throughout a home, would you guess it was Taylor Swift's apartment, or would you think it was Sarah Jessica Parker's? Can you tell Viola Davis's home from Bette Midler's, or distinguish Jennifer Aniston's from Robert Downey Jr.'s?

If you think you're an expert in famous homes, now's the time to test your skills and find out if you really know these celebrities just from taking a peek inside their homes. See how many you can get right in the quiz below—look at the photo from their house tour (there's a hint below each in case you need a little help), then just flip the cards to see the correct answer when you've got your guess ready.

Once you know the answer, check out the links below to see the full tours and get more of those dreamy behind-the-scenes photos—who knows, maybe they'll even inspire you to change up your own decorating game.

How many of these did you get right? Tell us your favorite celebrity homes in the comments!

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