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Brad and Penelope
Eat-in kitchen with pleather grometted chairs and crystal chandelier
An Al Hirshfeld drawing of the "Will and Grace" cast. (Gary was a writer on the show.)
The Al Hirshfeld drawing, up close.
A painting by Sal Messina
Charles Hollis Jones chandeliers in the hallway -- last 2 available as part of a numbered series.
One of the stingray-covered side-tables.
Detail of the stingray side-table and a Gucci ashtray
One of several '60s-era educational maps
Their dining room table is by Craig Elwood.
18th-Century Indian closet doors
A photograph by Mark Snow, taken backstage at Balmain in 1955.
A picture of Stewie from "The Family Guy," holding up Gary's Thom Browne sweater. (Gary is a writer on the show.)
Another "Family Guy" character, dressed as Marilyn Monroe.
In the bedroom, a vintage Louis Vuitton suitcase found at the Rose Bowl flea market.
Another vintage suitcase find
An ashtray from Capri. Though neither Brad nor Gary smoke, they collect ashtrays from around the world.
Their shower is modeled on one they saw at a South African game reserve.
The soaking tub is from Indonesia, and the stools and woven bowl are from Africa.
A Masai tribe necklace in the TV room.
Brad in his office with Penelope, sitting at a Danish desk he found on eBay.
Brad's desk. He's a huge Bruce Weber fan and found this out-of-print poster at the Rose Bowl.
On the desk: his own book and collection of glasses and watches, in a Gucci jewelry box.
A Shirley Temple doll from his grandmother, who collected antique toys.
Antique Victorian baby shoes, also from his grandmother.
Brad has loved the Smurfs since he was a kid.
On his desk, a copy of "Voguing," recently found on a book tour in London. "Paris is Burning" is a constant source of inspiration for him, and he considers the ball scene a den a true creativity.
The house sits right underneath the Hollywood sign.