Now this home is match for a queen.
Sofía Vergara gave followers a glance into her grand Los Angeles estate, which, with the assistance of inside designer Ohara Davies-Gaetano, the Modern Family star reworked from “a fort in Transylvania” into the Mediterranean palace of her desires.
“I known as her, we clicked and I fell in love together with her concepts,” Sofía instructed Architectural Digest in an interview printed Feb. 6. “After I handed her my inspiration folder, I noticed a lot of the pictures had been hers.”
The house—which has seven bedrooms, 11 bogs, three powder rooms and a large walk-in closet—is embellished with a palette of whites, together with different serene shades of blue, inexperienced and yellow. And far of its character comes from the ornate decor that fills the rooms. In reality, Sofía and Ohara opted to pick an array of antiques from Sweden, Spain, France and Italy, like a baronial Spanish tole chandelier in her eating room and gilded Baroque armchairs in the lounge.