Sheryl Crow’s Romantic 1920s Hollywood Estate
In the March issue of Architectural Digest, singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow invites us into her romantic Hollywood Hills estate. There are three houses on her 11-acre property, but she and her young sons Levi and Wyatt live in the 1926 Spanish Colonial hacienda (there’s also a 1909 Craftsman bungalow and a 19th century cottage that I’d love to see!).
look at the carved wood entry mouldings...beautiful
and yes she has a lovely piano but take a look at those sexy heels!
Love this enchanted entry and cannot wait to see whats beyond the door.
Bike on the wall... Lance Armstrong?
I would love to explore all the ups & downs of this home...
I believe the design world calls the tile up the bar and stove back ground "reclaimed subway tiles"
I do love the stove/oven.
And you thought libraries only housed books...
I like the steps up to this cozy library...
much more intimate..
love this table & chairs...
This room reminds me of Mr. Mikes grandmothers home.
plastered white walls and old mirrors.
the windows are so nostalgic...
open them up and hear Sheryl sing.
I have seen crosses above a bed but never horned animals.
watching over you as you sleep with one eye open...
not sure I have ever seen a black tiled bathroom.
but I do like the pedestal sink.
more carved wood risers.
a different collection of .......things?
a bright pop of peonies
any idea what is on the top of the books?
Mr. Mike thinks it looks like a cast of a babies cut off arm?
I could lounge here...
minus the scary pic...
love the tall opened windows
cool bridge over a cooler stream..
probably my favorite picture of her home..
interesting but kinda fun..
kids would love their own Tepee..
I might even hide out there and send out smoke signals that say
"get your own tepee"
take a swim and rest your bones here..
Have you ever tried to walk out on the deck in your high heels?
all in all I thought this home was quaint, nostalgic with a bit of rustic eclectic humor.
What did you think?
The photos were taken by Jim McHugh for Architectural Digest