Our Return to The Red Carpet | Oscars 2015
We love working with celebrities – they’re natural tastemakers, oozing with style and always choose the highest quality in design. That’s why we can’t wait for the 87th-annual Academy Awards on February 22!
1. The Greenroom:
We’re honored to be part of the Oscars’ Architectural Digest Greenroom again. If you didn’t catch a glimpse of the David Rockwell and Susan Sarandon design last year, take a look at all the spectacular photos from 2014. That Caesarstone bar is truly incredible, old-Hollywood glam!
We’re itching to see what the designers have in store for us this year! The 2015 Greenroom is designed by Los Angeles-based Commune and Oscar-nominated actress Julianne Moore. The star-studded list of attendees will be partying in the Greenroom before, during and after the big show!
2. The Host:
Hosting the Oscars this year is everyone’s favorite kid doctor: Neil Patrick Harris. From Broadway to the big screen to your living room TV, Harris is no stranger to the stage. He’s an awards show pro and is sure to make a splash.
He’s even been featured in Architectural Digest recently. The Harlem townhouse he and husband David Burtka own is “a dashing sanctuary” full of cool tones, bold colors and warm woods. We even spotted Caesarstone Calacutta Nuvo countertops in the kitchen! Take a tour of the space in this article. (Designed by Trace Lehnhoff)
3. The Nominees
Variety captured Actors on Actors: one-on-one conversations between actors and actresses including Benedict Cumberbatch, Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Keaton, Reese Witherspoon, Jessica Chastain and others in discussion with one another about their craft and films, all over a Caesarstone Concetto Puro coffee table!
The episodes appeared on PBS during December in preparation for the Oscars. See more details on Variety.com.
4. The Quiz:
Is your style Oscar-worthy? Find out which celebrity has your eye for interior design with our short quiz HERE! Take our quiz before the big night on February 22 to find out which celebrity is your interior design doppleganger. (Photo from Architectural Digest)