Take a peek inside the homes of stars and find out who's on the move.
See the clan's impressive real estate portfolio throughout the years.
Her real estate portfolio is almost as impressive as her music career.
These houses will make you wonder if it's not too late to make it in show business.
We’d let Brad Pitt and Reese Witherspoon design furniture for us any time.
These are the palaces and estates the royals call home—at least most of the time.
Just a bunch of sleeping beauties in killer bedrooms.
A penthouse in the Upper East Side townhouse where the heiress lived as an infant is expected to hit the market for $30 million.
These design mavens all chose the same iconic wallpaper. ELLE Decor investigates.
Designers at Havenly have conceived a 3D rendering of the space.
The Georgian Colonial has nine bedrooms, a recording studio, a massage room, and more.
The star teamed up with The Citizenry to revamp her bedroom and living space.
Along with breathtaking ocean and mountain views, the estate features five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
When she's not strutting down the runway or being cast for fashion campaigns, Tookes kicks back in her breezy Beverly Hills abode.
The seven-bedroom house is on the market for $15.9 million.
The original asking price of the 2,700-acre property was $100 million in 2015.
Billionaire Ken Griffin added the apartment overlooking Central Park to his expansive real-estate portfolio this month.
“Excuse me, Lizzie, could I borrow a cup of sugar?”
Leave it to the stars to make the holidays truly shine.
For a creatively ambitious developer who has launched neighborhoods and art districts alike, home is a temple for more than just living.
For the award-winning power couple, creating an artfully curated, dazzling space is like second nature.
You won't believe how luxurious these spaces are.
See the star's sprawling Tudor-style property that serves as a weekend retreat and a modeling camp.
The Emmy Award winner and Entertainment Tonight host commissioned Havenly to create a modern boho sanctuary.
The Editor in Chief of Town & Country curates her closet as an extension of her Upper East Side home.