inside lena headey’s socal family sanctuary
the game of thrones star spent the past two years revamping a suburban estate in san fernando valley.
Published Sep 19, 2016 5:00 AM
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According to Dwell, the laidback style of the mostly all-white spread—originally built in the 1950s—was inspired by one of Headey’s favorite places: Ibiza, Spain.
Headey heightened the low-lying ceilings of the living room and added in organic elements including exposed wooden beams and floors made from salvaged oak.
For the California-style kitchen, the actress added mosaic-tiled floors, glass-sliding doors (that open directly outside), and mirrored backsplash to brighten up the space.
In both the master and guest bedrooms, you’ll find oversized windows, Moroccan rugs, and custom herringbone-patterned floors.
For her 6-year-old son’s room, Heady hit up Land of Nod to outfit the space with playful details such as floating shelves, whimsical rugs, and graphic artwork.
The dreamy backyard boasts a saltwater swimming pool, succulent garden, macramé hammock, and outdoor shower—the opposite of what we’d expect from Cersei Lannister!