A Peek Inside Gwyneth Paltrow's Pad

by DIY Maven

A Peek Inside Gwyneth Paltrow's Pad

I'm a sucker for getting a glimpse inside the homes of the rich and famous, so when I stumbled upon this post on The Lennoxx, I had to stop and gawk. Now, the article was written about a year ago, and the way celebs change residences, I can't guarantee if Ms. Paltrow is still living in these Long Island diggs. Her style? Light and

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Desk-A-Day: Einstein's Desk

by Bruno Bornsztein

You don't have to understand the theory of relativity to know a creative workspace comes in many forms. And some of the most brilliant are also, well, messy:

Einstein's desk on the day he died

Here's Einstein's desk, photographed by LIFE's Ralph Morse on the day the great physicist died (April 18, 1955). 

Einstein's desk

The point here, I think, is that a work space doesn't have to be minimalist sparse and futuristic to be inspiring. For some people, a little clutter sparks the brain, and...

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Peek inside Jennifer Aniston's Eco-Chic Diggs

by DIY Maven

jennifer aniston house279012 Jennifer Anistons New Eco Abode in Beverly Hills

When Jennifer Aniston got her hands on this 1970's residence, she gave it the Curbly once-over taking it from drab to eco-fab. The 6 bedroom 7 bathroom home was fitted with a bunch of solar panels and a reflective metal roof, which was meant to set an example for eco-housing real estate. The environmental lesson continues to the garden; it consists of plants that can stand up to drought. As far as the 9,000 square feet of interior goes, it's surprisingly cozy.

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For Sale: Lance Armstrong's Texas Ranch

by DIY Maven

celebrity home

We all know you can tell a lot about a person by the way he or she chooses to decorate his or her house. What Lance Armstrong's house suggests is that he's the kind of person who likes order and doesn't tolerate b.s. It also suggests that he appreciates luxury of the masculine sort. I wonder if the furnishings are included in the price tag...which was just reduced to 10.5 million.

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