American actress and model Dakota Mayi Johnson recently opened the door of her home to the popular magazine, Architectural Digest taking you on a tour of her outstanding house. This lavish abode of the American actress was once home to American filmmaker Ryan Patrick Murphy. Letting in the camera of this magazine, she gave a tour of her cozy home, which reflected her personality to a very great extent. The cozy house of the actress exudes a lot of warmth because of its vintage charm.
Adding to more its vintage charm is amount of greens around and in the house itself. It won’t be incorrect to call it a tree house; cozily sitting amidst of tall bamboo trees, lime plants which the actress is fond of and much more greens and only greens. Her obsession for green doesn’t stop her, the actress has painted her kitchen also GREEN, Yeah! Dakota’s this lovely abode has artifacts from some iconic places, which gives it a unique touch. For example a table in her garden made out wood of Winston Churchill's yacht and so on.
This tree house also has a pool perfectly tucked into the garden area.
Meet our April cover star! Dakota Johnson takes us around her idyllic California-cool abode, filled with fascinating mementos and memorabilia.— Architectural Digest (@ArchDigest) March 11, 2020
See more photos of her midcentury-modern house here: https://t.co/xcY6UsJw2o pic.twitter.com/lyPpWtd0qC
The official Twitter handle of this magazine tweeted, “Meet our April cover star! Dakota Johnson takes us around her idyllic California-cool abode, filled with fascinating mementos and memorabilia.” ALSO READ: No Sex Please, We Are Indians: No Fifty Shades Of Grey
A while back this popular magazine had stepped into the lavish house of Kim Kardashian, giving us quick peek into her lifestyle which was all about minimalism.
So are you ready to invade into Dakota’s lovely home?
Image Source: Instagram/dakotajohnson.5o
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