Go inside Garcelle Beauvais‘ California dream home!
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, who moved in last November, gave a tour of her cozy yet stylish abode that’s situated in the hills of Los Angeles.
“I wanted it to be nice, but not museum-like,” Garcelle told PEOPLE of the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home. “I want people to feel able to put their feet up and for it to feel chic, but not fussy. And as my boys continue to grow, I always want it to feel like home.”
The Real talk show co-host also noted that she tends to have “more masculine taste,” but she also has “fun being girly.” She highlighted her spare room-turned-studio, where she records her podcast, Going to Bed With Garcelle, and her glam room, where she preps for Housewives filming.
The glam room features pink banana leaf print wallpaper and a green couch, the colors making a nod to the Beverly Hills Hotel.
“My boys want nothing to do with the [glam] room!” she joked.
The outlet’s Instagram showed two more photos of the home with a peek at the stunning master bedroom with burnt orange and gold accents and cozy, modern-style pieces that soften the space.
Garcelle noted the main suite was her favorite spot with a “spa-like” bathroom that contains a soaking tub.
The other photo in the series showed the mother-of-two with her twin boys, Jaid and Jax, 13, taking a pizza break around the large, marble kitchen island surrounded by stunning light fixtures and gold details.
The actress noted she decorated the space herself and even went full-on DIY for the entryway, combining a Restoration Hardware orb with a chandelier she found on Amazon.
“The fact that I put it together makes it even more special,” she stated.
Her love of Restoration Hardware light fixtures also permeated the kitchen space as she showed off the “clean and chic” dining area with an RH chandelier and table.
The Coming to America star noted how she wanted the “grown-up” living area to be “casual chic” and “not too fussy” where you wouldn’t want to “enjoy it and have fun.”
The Haitian native also decorated the area with tropical accents, giving a touch of where she grew up to the space.
“I wanted something I could make my own. I have the loft area where the boys hang out and I have the living room that’s more grown-up. It’s nice to have designated spaces,” Garcelle shared, showing off the top floor area where Jax and Jaid entertain their friends.
Garcelle also showed off the upstairs deck area, calling it her “happy place.”
“I sit out there and drink coffee in the morning and wine at night. Sometimes I can’t believe I get to live here,” she gushed.