The actress/musician Ashley Tisdale has recently renovated the interiors of her 3,500-square-foot Hollywood Hills Home, whom she shares with her husband Christopher French. The couple worked closely with designer Jake Arnold to renovate the beautiful 1930s Spanish Colonial. Some of the more impressive spaces of the house are its bathroom designs, and today, Luxury Bathrooms takes a look at these incredibly styled divisions.
Tisdale always wanted to renovate her home with her father, who is a contractor, and she grew up seeing him build the most amazing houses, so she was always passionate about this environment. The actress and composer wanted a fresh start and so they decided to do something different.
“I knew the moment we saw it. I can’t explain. There were certain things I wanted that this house doesn’t have, like a huge driveway… But it didn’t matter. We stepped onto the property and I knew, This is it.” – Ashley Tisdale
With the help of her father and interior designer, Jake Arnold, the house of her dreams started to form. Some of the most impressive spaces are without a shadow of a doubt the stunning bathroom designs. “I’d seen this amazing bathroom he’d done for Julianne Hough and already followed him on Instagram,” Tisdale says. “I interviewed a few other people first, but then I was like, ‘I gotta go with him. He designed my favorite bathroom.”
The house, and of course, bathrooms are full of minimalist designs with a few touches of the vintage style courtesy of the interior designer, turning this unique home and interiors into a laid-back chic space with lots of elegant layers.
“Old homes usually have small closets and bathrooms. So we blew out the wall between the closet and the existing master bathroom and turned that into a huge walk-in. Then we repurposed a smaller bedroom into the master bath. I love a good tub, and that view saves me,” she says. “I’ve never lived in the Hills before. It gives me a good perspective on life. I look outside and remember how small I am.”
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Source: Architectural Digest