The bed is available in any of the single color fabrics and leather in the SELVA collection. The stitching with buttons that form a discrete W can be ordered in the same color as the headboard or in contrasting gray or amber; Coconut Grove Galleries: 305.445.7401; Selva.com. — Sandy Lindsey
The Island Shop is more than just a unique gift and home décor store, it’s a Key Biscayne institution that will celebrate its 25th Anniversary next year. Specializing in providing each client with a personal shopping experience on every visit, this is the place for one-stop shopping for top-name fine china and crystal, linens, jewelry, children’s and everyday gifts, plus they have a printing and stationary department; 305.361.1389; TheIslandShop.com. — Sandy Lindsey
Say the word celebrity and people think red carpets, multiple camera flashes and dazzling gowns and tuxedos. But have you ever wondered what the top names are like away from the crowd?
Text by Stacy Wynn
Actress Meg Ryan believes in having balance at home. “I love what you might call brutal elegance, where form and function are really obvious,” says Meg Ryan, known for playing quirky characters on The Big Screen. “There’s nothing easily broken in my house.”
Drew Barrymore has been a homemaker for as long as she can remember. “I like creating spaces,” she says. “There’s so much stuff in my home. Put your feet up anywhere, drink anywhere, I don’t really have coasters…you can just use a book.”
Julianne Moore’s Scottish mother had quite the knack for decorating. “She was always putting the house together by using what we had, saying a house is never finished.” Following her mom’s adage, Moore once moved an entire kitchen up a full floor!