Inside Celebrity Homes: The singer enlisted designers Stephen Sills and James Huniford to help her pull together her music memorabilia, European furnishings, and Greek and Roman antiquities in her home on the French Riviera.
The front terrace has a sunken amphitheater. “It’s very harmonious here, very soul-healing,” singer Tina Turner says of the modern Mediterranean-style villa she built in the south of France.
Turner enlisted designers Stephen Sills and James Huniford to help her pull together her music memorabilia, European furnishings and Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities.
The entrance hall leads to the dining room, where a contemporary pedestal table by French designer André Dubreuil is surrounded by Ming-style chairs. “I love the change in mood from room to room,” Turner says. An antique Japanese vest hangs on the wall.
Grammy awards are displayed in the subterranean screening room along with stringed instruments, African drums and photographs. “Tina wanted a natural, earth palette, with bronzes and golds,” notes Sills.
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“Decorating is a matter of emotion, and of knowing what you want,” Turner says. “I’m drawn to the old much more than to the new.” The master bedroom, which overlooks Nice and Cap Ferrat, has an antique carved armoire, an Empire-style chair and sofa and an Indian-inspired patinated-bronze bed.
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Source: Architectural Digest
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