In this month's Arch Digest is the high-gloss Beverly Hills home of Sir Elton John and his producer husband, David Furnish. The duo called upon longtime friend Martyn Lawrence Bullard—the sassy-pants, ultra high-end celebrity designer and star of Bravo's Million Dollar Decorators—to boost the panache of the otherwise low-key abode, which the couple purchased last year. Bullard, who also decorated the eye-popping Los Angeles condo John and Furnish listed last spring, suited up the 1966 single-story in lots of contemporary art and custom furniture, meshing the trim lines of the home's design origins and some 1970s-ish glam. "We focused on things that are colorful and positive and celebrations of life," Furnish says. The living room (above) features Bullard-designed club chairs upholstered in Mongolian lamb, a print by American digital artist Jeremy Blake, and a pink-laquer cocktail table by Lawson-Fenning. Elsewhere, there's a silver mylar ceiling, a second-century Roman sculpture, a Bullard-designed kelly-green sofa, and a Roy Lichtenstein piece in the backyard. Check it out above.
· Elton John and David Furnish's home in Beverly Hills [Architectural Digest]
· All Elton John coverage [Curbed National]
· All Martyn Lawrence Bullard coverage [Curbed National]