The cozy and colorful furnishings are the handiwork of a fellow L.A.-based Brit, designer Peter Dunham, who introduced Mediterranean, Far Eastern and African influences.
RELATED: Inside Meg Ryan’s New York City Loft: ‘This Home Feels Representative of Me Right Now’ The home, which Driver shares with her boyfriend, curator Neville Wakefield, and 8-year-old son Henry, also takes plenty of inspiration from a former British colony: Dunham sheathed her master bedroom (including the ceiling) in an Indian block print. “I was terrified that I was going to hate it.” But the risk paid off, and the end result, she says, is “exquisite.
I'm always really sad that we didn't stay friends because it was absolutely incandescent making that film.
It was a beautiful experience and I'm so proud of that time.
It’s like being inside a kaleidoscope.” For all Driver’s particular elements and richly appointed spaces, the home also has an undeniable lived-in —and livable — feeling, that she attributes to her son. The playroom is in the garage, and they’re not allowed in my lovely grown-up living room with sticky fingers.” RELATED: Emmy Rossum Wants Her Apartment to Look Like “a Modern Girl Inherited her Grandmother’s Stuff” She admits, “the house gets full, but there are lots of places to get away from everybody.
Alyssa Milano and Minnie Driver are not happy about Matt Damon‘s controversial new interview, in which he asserted that the recent wave of sexual misconduct allegations don’t all carry the same weight.