Inside my California dream home: Lauren Conrad unveils breathtaking remodel on $4.4m property

Lauren Conrad has treated fans to a peek inside her stunning marital home.

The 30-year-old paid a cool $4.4 million for her new property in summer 2015 and has now unveiled the results of an incredible remodel.

She opened the doors of her Pacific Palisades house for a photo shoot  

'My favourite room': Lauren Conrad has given a sneak peek inside her beautifully renovated $4.4 million home in Pacific Palisades. She created a chef's kitchen with plenty of seating around a giant island because 'when you have people over, everyone ends up in the kitchen'

The Spanish-style house stands on 1.5 acres in the Highlands area of the upscale neighborhood.

'I think when you’re in LA, it’s nice to sort of step away to a place that’s a little quieter at the end of the day,' Lauren told MyDomaine. 

'So that was a major draw for us,' she added referring to her husband of two years, former musician and law school graduate William Tell, 36.

TV free: The clothes designer, who has her own range at Kohl's, created her living room to be a peaceful space, using neutral colours - without any kind of electronic device

'It feels like a getaway, but it’s home. So I just wanted it to feel like a very relaxing space.'

As soon as Lauren moved in, she redid the kitchen ('my favourite room in the house'), repainting the cabinets, adding white subway tile, and installing marble countertops, a La Cornue range and a giant island.

'When you have people over, everyone just ends up in the kitchen … so I thought that this was great not only for entertaining but also for food preparation,' she dished.

Media room: If she and her husband of two years, former musician and law school graduate William Tell, 36, want to watch TV they retreat to the plush sectional in the media room

The clothes designer, who has her own range at Kohl's, also created her living room to be a peaceful  space, using neutral colours.

'I love our living room because there are no electronics in there,' Lauren shared. 'We aren’t watching television or glued to our phones. We are talking or playing board games in front of the fire.' 

Her cosy media room includes a white sectional for lounging when she and William do watch TV. 

Spa time: Lauren's luxurious master bathroom boasts a huge white tub with stainless steel claw feet and a walk-in shower that would take two easily

Building her empire: This home is part of her $20 million property portfolio

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The website also shared a shot of her luxurious master bathroom that boasts a huge white tub with stainless steel claw feet and a walk-in shower that would take two easily.

All this adds up to the 'very calm' feel the celebrity said she wanted for her five-bedroom home. 

Her Pacific Palisades place adds to Lauren's growing $20 million property portfolio, according to Variety.

Back in June 2015 the showbiz bible reported that she owns two houses in Laguna Beach, a duplex penthouse in Beverly Hills and a home in Brentwood.

Horsing around: Lauren and William, pictured at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic at Will Rogers State Historic Park near their home on October 11, have created a 'calm and peaceful' retreat




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