Leonardo DiCaprio became the talk of Hollywood when he finally won that elusive Oscar for his role in The Revenant. Apart from his superb acting abilities, Leonardo DiCaprio has also become known for his eye for design. His stunning mid-century home in Palm Springs had been up for rent while the actor finished filming The Revenant. Take a peak inside of this Oscar-winner’s gorgeous California home.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s $5.2 million dollar home was originally built in 1965 for Dinah Shore. This Las Palmas home features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a guest house, pool, tennis court, and a spa. The entire house spans over 7,022 square feet. Mid-century designs can be seen in every room of this bright 1960’s abode.
The warm colors contrasted with white in this living room make this home look comfortable and chic. Two mid-century armchairs sit atop a shag rug while playful mid-century table lamps flank a cityscape painting. The key to this look is to focus on highlighting rich earth tones and geometric shapes.
What makes Leonardo DiCaprio’s dining room eye-catching is its use of clean lines and minimal touches of color. The focus in this dining room is the geometric mid-century dining chairs and the round light fixture. The glass dining table doesn’t pull attention from the chic dinnerware and cocktail sets.
Here’s a closer look into Leonardo DiCaprio’s stylish home:
Images via: 432 Hermosa