If you thought Adrienne Maloof's backyard was luxe, wait until you sneak a peek inside her oppulent home. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum is giving The Daily Dish an exclusive look at the 14,000-square foot Mediterranean-style mansion, located in the San Fernando Valley. If you're missing some of the extravagant flair that filled the Versailles-inspired Beverly Park home she shared with then-husband Paul Nassif, fear not: Adrienne's home is filled with her eye for over-the-top glamour, which can be found in everything from the furnishings to the finishes.
So, if you're looking for some decadent design inspiration, might we suggest you take a tour of Adrienne's abode?
Adrienne's love for all things regal is evident in her sitting room and library, complete with blue-hued accessories fit for a queen, including a piano and chess set.
A Master of Her Own Domain
The master bathroom's all-white palette makes it the perfect place to unwind — but Adrienne never forgets the glamour. Check out that crystal chandelier.
Only Boys Allowed
Adrienne found the perfect way to personalize the skateboard-themed bedroom for her twin sons, Colin and Christian, by including two customed skateboard "ramp" beds.
The Bat Cave
Adrienne's older son, Gavin, has taken the idea of a Gotham City-themed room up a couple notches thanks to the handpainted mural featuring, well, Batman.
Luxury Living (Room)
Adrienne's living room and game area seamlessly mixes some masculine elements (like the functional leather sectional) with her eye for feminine details, as seen in the delicate lighting fixtures.
Pool Party Ready
In addition to the spacious main home, a pool house is also located on the property. Surronded by SoCal landscaping, it's the perfect place to get out of the sun after a dip in the pool.
Adrienne has always lived in beautiful pads. Check out the RHOBH alum giving a tour of her previous (and no less envy-inducing) home, below.
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