Mandy Moore and her fiance, Taylor Goldsmith bought a 3,551 square foot home in SoCal. They enlisted interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel and architect Emily Farnham to help build their dream home. By sharing pictures of the home renovation on her Instagram, Moore has allowed everyone a glimpse of a celebrity home!
But first, a little sneak peek!
So we are all moved in but our house isn’t quite finished yet (furniture, art, some outdoor components, etc) but when it is, I am definitely planning on sharing some photos here (for those who’ve been on this renovation journey with us and care). In the meantime, the great 📷 @stephenschauer came by to take these magnificent photos right before furniture got delivered.
Here are the 10 design changes that took place in her new home!
1. Neat and organized pantry? Check!
Mandy Moore and her fiance love snacking on nuts so they have labelled jars containing a variety of nuts lined up on the shelf. They hired The Home Edit to redesign her kitchen storage into a super organized pantry. With an entire shelf of sparkling water, stacked paper towel rolls and jars of cooking condiments, the couple are well-prepared if there ever is an apocalypse!
2. Comfortable and long sofas? Check!
Her living room couches are built-in with velvet cushion covers. For a ‘70s touch, she has terrazzo floors. Moore went with a combination of dark flecks of stone and warm tone for her floors.
3. Experimenting with patterns and textures? Check!
Terazzo is not only on the floors. The ledge of her fireplace is terrazzo as well. The rest of the fireplace is tiled with white subway tiles.
Construction meetings at our #lessismooremm project have become the highlight of my week. Later today we get to check in on the terrazzo progress (a 5-6 week process). Here’s a rendering of our #palladiana terrazzo fireplace ledge being fabricated right now. Swipe for the before. #emilyfarnhamarchitecture
4. Kitchen islands? No, not really.
The designers removed two kitchen islands and replaced them with a single waterfall design made out of Calacatta Venato marble.
5. Coloured kitchen cabinets? Check!
For her kitchen, the cabinets are painted in Mizzle by Farrow & Ball, a shade of sage to complement the overall colours in the kitchen.
6. Statement lighting? Check!
Moore has statement hanging lights in the kitchen, the bathroom and even as the bedside lamp. Her lights have a brass furnishings as well.
7. Lots of marble? Check!
Her kitchen island is already marble and so is her kitchen backsplash and counters. In her bathroom, there’s marble slab shower and sink tops.
8. Glamorous bathroom? Check!
Her mirrors are the brass mirrors from CB2. Matched together with brass taps, faucets and lighting fixtures, it gives a super glamorous look and vibe.
9. Lush bedroom? Check!
Other than her pendant bedside table lamp, she has a plush and green velvet headboard and bedframe. Her bedside tables are built-in.
10. Awesome outdoors? Check!
The outside of the home went through a new paint job and custom landscaping. Her pool was also redesigned and resurfaced.
Pretty awesome week watching this 50’s era Harold Zook home come back to life, beautifully designed by @emilyfarnhamarchitecture and interiors by @sarahshermansamuel . The house was remodeled expertly by @bronstruction and the exterior was designed by @terremoto_landscape .So happy to be part of such a great design/build team and excited to share more photos this Spring. None of this would have been possible without @mandymooremm and her willingness & vision to take on such a unique project. . . . . #johnstonvidalprojects #haroldzook #midcenturymodern #landscapedesign #interiordesign #lessismooremm