I already loved Carrie Fisher, but seeing pictures of her home in Beverly Hills has made me mourn her passing even more.Most celebrities seem to live in pristine homes that look like they're straight from the pages of Architectural Digest, but Fisher's home looks like what I'd imagine my own personal mansion to be like when I was in high school.
The house, which is right next to her late mother Debbie Fisher's home, has remained untouched since Fisher's untimely passing. Now, her family is trying to figure out what to do with the property and may even consider having it turned into a museum. It does have historical merit it was originally owned by actor Robert Armstrong, captain in the original King Kongand was also home to Bette Davis. More recently, Fisher had James Blunt as a roomie he penned "You're Beautiful" while living with her (Fisherkept a piano in the bathroom since the acoustics are so good).
Take a look at Carrie Fisher's wildbohemian home in the following slides.
Carrie Fisher's Bright, Boho Mansion Is as Cool and Quirky as She Was
Fisher's house was as vibrant as the star herself.