By Mackenzie Dunn

Published on August 9, 2018

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We already know that Gisele Bundchen has an eye for style. The supermodel and wife to five- time Super Bowl champ Tom Brady pretty much defines #goals as a successful business woman, wife, mother, wellness-enthusiast and environmentalist, but did you know the 37-year-old would have been an interior designer had she not pursued a career in modeling? Per Vogue’s 73 Questions, we got to take a step inside Bundchen and Brady’s Massachusetts home (a state she’s called home for 10 years now) and see the way Bundchen’s boundless energy and knack for style actually translates to a need for comfort and peaceful surroundings. The sun drenched property where the family spends most of their time (especially after recently re-listing their New York pad) is an oasis away from the limelight. As Bundchen says, “It feel like home because home is where the heart is.” So, in between signing her books, playing with her little ones, and doting on her hubby, here are a few things we learned about the low-key aspiring designer.

 She’s mastered the zen vibe in her home office/studio

Light-filled, with white washed walls and high ceilings, Bundchen says she spends most of her time in the home office/studio that’s apparently in a separate building than the main house. Calling it her “sanctuary” the space gives us some serious home office envy,  plus her collection of crystals is bound to give the space an added dose of good vibes.

She’s on-board with the open-shelving trend

A surprisingly homey kitchen makes up the heart of the home in the Massachusetts estate, and pristine, crisp white shelves take the center stage. Proof that Bundchen is on top of the open-shelving trend, the storage surrounds the space, complimenting a large vintage-looking range and marble countertops.

Her vice is organizing

Gisele’s one downfall? Organizing. And while we’re not quite sure how that counts as a downfall, we can see how spotless her home appears. Bundchen has recently said that she prefers to live a more minimalist life —a la Marie Kondo— eliminating the material things that don’t serve her on a daily basis.

She can’t stand messy places

That being said, it’s not surprise that when asked about her pet peeve, the model-actress was quick to answer, “I can’t stand messy places.” Just from her home alone, we can tell that having an organized space is of utmost priority to her and her lifestyle.

Her personal style is comfortable

When asked to describe her personal style, Bundchen’s one word of choice is “comfortable” and while that’s definitely apparent in her laid back T-shirt and jeans look that she rocks during the interview, it also clearly translates to the decor of her home. From floor to ceiling windows that open up to the lawn to french doors and bright finishes, it’s clear that this space is all about comfort and family, something both Brady and Bundchen are extremely committed to.

 

See more inspiring celeb homes:

Four Lessons Learned From Gwyneth Paltrow’s Newly Organized Home

10 Celebs Who Are Secretly Winning at Interior Design

The Celeb Homes We Fell In Love With This Year

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