It’s only been a few months since Tallulah Willis — the youngest daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore — plopped down $3.2 million for a stylish new space in Los Feliz, but she’s already made a lifetime’s worth of memories. In May, the fashion brand founder, 27, shared a series of sweet snaps from her engagement to beau Dillon Buss, with the director getting down on bended knee in the backyard.
Since then, Tallulah’s Instagram feed’s been the picture of domestic bliss, featuring updates on her interior decorating and idyllic life with Dillon, 32, and their three dogs. The 3,194-square-foot home was built in 1947 and, years later, renovated by acclaimed architect Jeff Guga, whose furnishings are still on display throughout the residence.
Guests enter via a red door leading to a neutral-toned living area that reflects the rest of the abode’s airy aesthetic. On top of a gourmet kitchen, the pad has four bedrooms and four bathrooms — so plenty of space should the pair decide to add any kids (or canines!) to their family.
Gaga for Guga: The architect was hired to revamp the place by its previous art world owners, and Tallulah’s left his purple sofa and credenza in the entry-level den.
There’s tons of room for the former child actress’ big, blended family in the combined living/dining area.
Major minimalism: The breakfast nook has an oversize table and built-in benches.
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Sweet dreams, indeed: A guest bedroom has a cute and cozy setup.
While the master bedroom boasts views of downtown L.A. and the Griffith Observatory, the duo only have eyes for each other.
Tallulah modeled her friend’s towel line in a turquoise tiled guest bathroom.
“My dearest treasures on the backdrop of all my [little] treasures,” Tallulah captioned this snap of Dillon sitting on their new sofa, a “1970s original fabric canvas B&B Italia Le Bambole.”
The lower-level bedroom, which opens to the patio, has been outfitted as an office with a Guga-designed desk.
No peeping! A tall row of bamboo shields the saltwater pool and spa from any prying eyes.