Let Gerard Butler Guide You Through His New York Home (PHOTOS)
Butler recently opened up his home (and heart) to Architectural Digest and gave them a guided tour of his New York loft. Apparently Butler learned a few decorating cues while playing the King Leonidas of Sparta in 300 and translated that to his plush, luxuriously decorated home. Butler describes his interior aesthetic to AD:
'I wanted something elegant and gorgeous and at the same time rather masculine and raw,' [Butler] declares, his Glasgow burr somehow enhancing the description. 'I guess I would describe the apartment as bohemian old-world rustic château with a taste of baroque.'
Yes, because nothing quite says "masculine" like "bohemian old-world rustic château with a taste of baroque." All of those words sounds super manly to us.
Butler showed off his living room, with exposed beams, velvet furniture and a bottle of wine with two glasses, just waiting to be drunk while watching an old film. Oh Gerard, you shouldn't have.
Next, Gerard takes us into his kitchen, with a sumptuous display of fruits laid out on his kitchen island and a peek of his fedora collection displayed in the left corner. One always needs fedoras on hand when cooking up a meal for a lady visitor, of which we are sure Gerard has many!
Let us know what you think of Gerard's home in the comment section.