Say ‘hello’ to Adele’s new family home

The famous singer just bought a lovely house in Beverly Hills full of fabulous French doors and soft, country-chic decor. Look inside and steal some of its charm!

Adele is seen on November 24, 2015 in New York City. Gardiner Anderson | Bauer-Griffin | GC Images

Though she’s risen to international fame, Adele has never been—and continues not to be—a diva. Which is why it’s a little hard to picture her in a Beverly Hills mansion next to Jennifer Lawrence and Zoe Saldana (even though she’s worked hard to afford the best for her family). But once you see this home, full of soft touches and clean wide open spaces, you’ll see exactly why the legendary ‘Hello’ songstress bought it this week to live in with her son, Angelo, and his father, Simon.

It’s grande, absolutely, but the house’s interior also seems to reflect some of that down-to-earth romance we’ve come to love about Adele’s personality. And there’s certainly enough space for a small brood, if Adele decides to have more kids. Plus, the community of gated homes is well known for its privacy, which is something Adele cherishes.

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Take a sneak peek into some of Adele’s rooms below, and steal a decor tip or two while you’re at it.

The two-story four-bedroom house sits back behind a scenic driveway, trees, and large gates for privacy.

This cozy window nook looks like the perfect place to read a book or reflect. Maybe even a place for Adele to dream up new song lyrics! Recreate the vibe on one of your own armchairs with this “Harlie” cashmere cable knit throw in herb green from Overstock ($195).

Wow, now that’s a kitchen not just fit for Adele, but the Barefoot Contessa. The white and grey flecked marble counter tops gleam under the inset lighting. But our favorite part is the incredible amount of cabinetry on the island. Practicality never looked so pretty. Also, no British gal’s home would be complete without a classic tea kettle. If you’re in the market for a new tea pot, try Cuisinart Valor stainless steel tea kettle from Macy’s ($30).

We can just picture Adele eating dinner with her family in this modern pastoral dining room. Get the look of her chic white chairs with these white leather Bari dining chairs at Macy’s ($179)

This stunning living room with exposed beams and hanging lanterns has the feel of a cozy cottage. The amber colored oriental rug warms up the space, while the center ottoman provides a relaxed lounge area for family and friends. Steal the style for your family room with a Barclay Butera Moroccan amber area rug from Overstock ($225) and Monique Lhuillier large round tufted ottoman from Pottery Barn Kids ($399).

This downstairs sitting room is delightfully open with large French doors letting in lots of light. It also shows how nice a plain mantel can be, with just one or two items on display. If you like the coffee table, check out this Key Town coffee table from Ashley Furniture ($350).

These wide open spaces are tough to beat. If you’re lucky enough to have a large living room area, take a hint from this set up and make a U-shape with your furniture around a large area rug. It creates definition—almost like a room within a room—in large spaces that might otherwise feel haphazard or cavernous. Though, too much space isn’t the worst problem to have, is it?

Natalie van der Meer
Natalie van der Meer

Senior Editor Natalie van der Meer is a former editor for Redbook, Woman’s Day, Reader’s Digest and Allure, covering fashion, beauty, travel, family, book reviews, and much more. She lives in New York City.

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