Celebrity Style

November 22, 2017

See Diane Keaton’s Dream Home In Her New Book, The House That Pinterest Built

Much like her iconic, offbeat style in Annie Hall, Diane Keaton’s home is entirely her own — even though it was “made from the gifts of other people’s addictive yearnings for the perfect home,” she writes in her latest book, The House That Pinterest Built. In it, Diane chronicles the journey of building her dream home, and shares the images that inspired her every step of the way.

After three-and-a-half years and countless pins, Diane transformed a 38,000-square-foot flat pad into an 8,000-square-foot structure with the help of Cynthia Carlson, her associate Toben Windahl, from DCM Designs, and her friend and designer Stephen Shadley. Together, they created the industrial, pared-back space of Diane’s wildest Pinterest dreams. Click through for a look inside.

Author: Adena Leigh

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© The  House  That  Pinterest  Built by Diane  Keaton,  Rizzoli  New  York, 2017


Cynthia Carlson and Toben Windahl of DCM Designs, Stephen Shadley