Home & Garden: These Are the Most-Liked Celebrity Homes on Instagram

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a row of pink flowers on a table: House Beautiful has compiled a list of the most-liked celebrity homes on Instagram, including residences of Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian, Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Kylie Jenner, and others. © Instagram/Kylie Jenner/Architectural Digest House Beautiful has compiled a list of the most-liked celebrity homes on Instagram, including residences of Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian, Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Kylie Jenner, and others.

Celebrities, they're just (kind of) like us! And their homes are (kind of!), just like our own abodes—albeit more expensive and expansive inside and out—are a tangible representation of their inhabitants, thanks to elements like personalized interior decor throughout. Of course, if you don’t post something on Instagram, it might as well not exist, so it should come as no surprise that celebs themselves often post photos of their many homes for their many followers to see (and drool over). Naturally, we just had to compile a list of the most-liked celebrity homes on Instagram—and you might even get design inspiration for your own house while browsing these rankings! Take a look at the list below.

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8. Kim Kardashian's Los Angeles, California Home: 934k Likes

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The queen of minimalism herself, Kim Karadashian, takes the eighth spot on this list, garnering over 934,000 likes on her Instagram post of her Architectural Digest cover story. She and her soon-to-be ex-husband Kanye West enlisted Belgian designer and antiques dealer Axel Vervoordt to design their Los Angeles, California home. Vervoordt created a strikingly minimal aesthetic with a simplistic color palette and notable lack of artwork. The one exception, however, is Kim and Kanye’s eldest daughter’s bedroom, which is a monochromatic pink dream complete with a satin butterfly headboard.

7. Justin Bieber's Beverly Hills, California Mansion: 1.059 Million Likes

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Justin Bieber appears to be something of a design lover in his own right—the wine cellar of his Beverly Hills mansion (which just sold for $7.9 million) boasts CW Stockwell’s Martinique wallpaper, which is best known for gracing the walls of the Beverly Hills Hotel. You, too, can bring this iconic banana leaf pattern—which comes in five different color options—into your own home by purchasing it in either wallpaper or fabric here. Fans and followers might remember that Bieber first tried to sell this house through Instagram back in October 2019, even captioning one post“I’ll sell it with all the furniture. MAKE AN OFFER.” Nearly a year and a half later, the Biebers finally sold the abode, furniture included.

6. Ariana Grande's Beverly Hills, California Mansion: 1.795 Million Likes

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Just like Kim Kardashian, Ariana Grande is a staunch minimalist—take just one look at the singer’s Instagram feed and you’ll see exactly what we mean. Unsurprisingly, Grande’s home decor takes on the same color palette as the photos she tends to post: mostly gray and white, with pops of black and silver for some pizzazz. This dwelling’s furnishings includes a tufted velvet sofa in a pale grey color, an all-white kitchen complete with a marble top island, and a monochromatic smoke-colored bedroom, wherein Grande’s many dogs tend to occupy her bed. This Beverly Hills mansion was one of many homes the Grammy award-winning songstress has leased in recent years, before she purchased two multi-million dollar homes last spring.

5. Gigi Hadid's New York City Apartment: 2.2 Million Likes

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The internet was buzzing when Gigi Hadid posted photos of her New York City apartment’s interiors last summer—mainly because of her unique custom kitchen cabinets, which contain numerous shades of dyed pasta. Hadid collaborated with architect Gordon Kahn on the decor, which consists of a square sectional sofa by Missoni, pillows by Jean Paul Gaultier, and artwork by Austyn Weiner. In addition to this residence, which Hadid and boyfriend Zayn Malik share, she has also shared glimpses into another home she often spends time at: her family’s Pennsylvania abode, which includes her baby daughter’s nursery that boasts a pink VHS player.

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4. Kylie Jenner's Hidden Hills, California Home: 2.214 Million Likes

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Back in 2019, the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, Kylie Jenner, graced the cover of Architectural Digest—and her Instagram post about the milestone has since amassed over 2.2 million likes. At just 21 years old at the time, Jenner is likely one of the youngest—if not the youngest—person to appear on this magazine’s cover, and her Hidden Hills, California residence certainly proves why. British designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard was enlisted to decorate the home’s interiors, which include a Basquiat work in the living room (as seen on the cover), custom furnishings by Bullard himself in Jenner’s dining room, and black-and-white photographs of Hollywood icons Audrey Hepburn, Twiggy, and Brigitte Bardot.

3. Kendall Jenner's Los Angeles, California Home: 3.977 Million Likes

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The third and final Kardashian-Jenner whose home ranks on this list is supermodel Kendall Jenner. Her Los Angeles residence can be seen on the cover of Architectural Digest’s September 2020 issue, and its interiors manage to successfully blend rustic and modern elements, like a brass bathtub and Persian rug in the bathroom, or the hard-to-miss James Turrell wall sculpture that boasts LED lights and typically takes on a neon pink color. Jenner’s recent Instagram post of the dwelling boasts more than 3.9 million likes, and features photos of her bedroom, backyard, and entryway.

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2. Selena Gomez's Encino, California Home: 5.866 Million Likes

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In spring of 2020, Selena Gomez dropped $4.9 million on a Encino, California home that once belonged to Tom Petty—and just a few months later, she gave fans an inside look at the abode on her Instagram, amassing over 5.8 million likes. Best of all, you, too, can buy the dreamy floral wallpaper that graces Selena’s walls! Following some sleuthing, we found out that it’s the House of Hackney Paradisa Wallpaper, and it’s available through Anthropologie. According to the British home goods brand’s website, the pattern was inspired by 1930s Hawaiian chinoiserie, and it boasts numerous hand-painted parrots and leaves. Maybe even take a cue from Gomez and pair the wallpaper with two velvet magenta chairs—but do in keep in mind that the verdant views of California’s San Fernando valley are not included.

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo's Madeiro, Portugal Home: 9.647 Million Likes

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One of the world’s most famous athletes, Cristiano Ronaldo owns numerous homes across the globe (including an apartment in Manhattan’s Trump Tower). But based on Instagram likes, his most popular dwelling is the Madeira, Portugal, house that he lives in with girlfriend Georgina Rodríguez and his four children. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the family of six spent much of 2020 here, and fans and followers even caught glimpses of the abode thanks to Ronaldo’s Instagram posts, including one of him and three of his kids relaxing in the living room. As seen in the photo, two identical gray sofas—whic, unsurprisingly, have a soccer ball wedged in between them—are decorated with houndstooth pillows that perfectly complement the dark wooden staircase in the background.

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