The 1937 home looks like an Art Deco Barbie dream house — but BETTER.
The home that makeup moguls Jerrod Blandino and Jeremy Johnson bought and renovated to celebrate their 20th anniversary is now on the market for $3 million. Glitz, glamour, and drama included at no extra cost.
The 1937 home blends Too Faced’s old-meets-new aesthetic. The ivy-covered, English-style exterior opens up to a whirlwind of fabulous patterns, Art Deco lighting, and bright color after bright color inside. You’ll be hard-pressed to find an unadorned white wall in the home (not that anyone is missing it).
“I wanted the glamour of the golden era of Hollywood to be there, but in a modern way,” Jerrod told Decor.com last year. He describes the vibes as “pastel pop,” with traditional references back to the city throughout, such as the Beverly Hills Hotel’s iconic banana leaf wallpaper in the powder room.
The couple bought the home for $2.44 million from Who What Wear co-founder, Katherine Power, and her husband, Justin Coit.
Jerrod and Jeremy enlisted friend and interior designer Robin Strickler to imbue their personal flair into the 2,121-square-foot home. The home is designed for entertaining friends with a formal dining room and a chef’s kitchen, plus a pool and brick patio outside.
“At Too Faced, we celebrate the fact that it’s fun to be a girl. So there’s always a level of celebration in everything we do,” Jerrod said. “I really wanted my friends to feel that when they came in — a flavor of Too Faced, a glossy, glittery mascara world happening.”