Interested in some architectural eye candy? Then make sure to check out Sheryl Crow's home, featured in the March issue of Architectural Digest. The musician's romantic Hollywood Hills estate, which sprawls over 11 acres and includes a 1926 Spanish Colonial hacienda, a 1909 Craftsman bungalow, and a picturesque 19th century cottage, is absolutely lovely, and it includes a lot of great facts about how Crow developed her home's unique look.
Keep reading for another peek at Crow's beautiful home!
In the article, Crow notes, "there are a lot of people who think of me as very straight . . . so I imagine this place will come as a surprise." One of the lovely surprises is the outdoor space envisioned and implemented by Johnny Appleseed Landscape Design, which includes an arched bridge, swing set, and teepee nestled among lush plantings.
Crow also seamlessly mixes vintage finds, including library club chairs from a Paris flea market, with off-the-shelf items, artfully chosen, from retailers such as Pottery Barn and Jayson Home and Garden. We also get to take a look at the creative spaces in her home, including her Yamaha baby grand, as well as another small music room.
Curious as to what the rest of Crow's house looks like? Head over to Architectural Digest to tour her entire home and property.
All photos courtesy of Jim McHugh for Architectural Digest