Lady Gaga is currently the most dominating and powerful pop singers in the music industry. So it is not surprising that Lady Gaga recently moved to a $5.1 million Hollywood home. Lady Gaga’s Hollywood home is a six bedroom house with all the modern facilities including suspend pools.
Although all the Hollywood houses have extremely beautiful, expensive and has a theme from different culture and an amazing interior design, Lady Gaga’s Hollywood home are not different. Pop queen Lady Gaga’s Hollywood home is a mixture of everything luxury items and technology and also the culture from contemporary to Mediterranean.
Yves Saint Laurent's Villa Mabrouka is known as the House of Luck. The Moroccan home represents a collaboration between two of the great French aesthetes of the 20th century: Laurent, who turned pantsuits and safari jackets into haute couture, and Jacques Grange, the only interior designer ever to receive the Légion d'Honneur, France's highest decoration. Designed by the master of French interiors, Jacques Grange, the villa offers a blend of African and European influences. Perched on a cliff overlooking the coast of the Spanish region of Andalusia and the Strait of Gibraltar, the 9,688-square-foot home rests on nearly two acres of grounds landscaped by Madison Cox, featuring soaring palms, Italian lemon trees and extensive lawns. A heated swimming pool was excavated into the mountain rocks on which the estate stands, while a nearby pavilion was designed by architect Stuart Church.
At Jennifer's California residence more serene glamour prevails. In the foyer, a dramatically sweeping staircase greets visitors. Beneath, a lunette sofa graciously invites them to stay. A white lacquered piano makes a striking statement in the living room, but it's the ethereal blue-grays, velvet sheens and shimmering silvers that truly captivate. In the pale mauvedining room and pastel peach guest bedroom, crystal and blown-glass chandeliers gleam like pieces of jewelry.