Everything is oversized at Lisa Vanderpump’s stunning Beverly Hills home. Dubbed Villa Rosa, the estate includes a $300,000 kitchen, a glass-encased entryway, and an actual moat, for goodness sake! So, when Lisa recently shared her latest décor addition, we weren’t surprised that it, too, was larger-than-life — but, um, we were still shook by what we saw.
“My new creation.. picked from my garden and hand dyed pink.. looks difficult, but nothing I do is difficult, otherwise I wouldn’t be able to do it LOL 😂 #VillaRosa,” Lisa captioned a photo of her standing next to a stunning urn overflowing with pink-hued feathery fronds that must stand at least 15 feet tall. Seriously!
Like you, we have so many questions. For instance, what are those things? Because our garden definitely doesn’t have any flowers that look like that. Also: How does one hand-dye a flower? Is this a thing that people do? And if so, who on earth do you hire to do that?!
Questions aside, we’re clearly obsessed with Lisa’s colossal arrangement, which fits in perfectly amongst all the next-level furnishings in Villa Rosa.
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