Molly Sims recently told Lonny that she'd rather "buy a couch than a dress."
In the magazine's profile of the famed supermodel, Sims describes her longtime love for design and her honing of a personal style she calls "a good balance between eclectic and conservative."
Sims and her husband Scott Stuber live in a colonial-style home in Beverly Hills, California, which Sims redecorated with help from interior designer Kishani Perera. Notable design choices include Christopher Farr drapery, vases by En Soie, and tie-dye pillows by Perera, as well as baby furniture and accessories from 3 Sprouts, Aden + Ananis, and Rikshaw Designs. The couples boasts an impressive art collection that ranges from Slim Aarons photography to prints by Damien Hirst.
In addition to her California home, Sims has properties in Paris, Cabo San Lucas, the Hamptons, and Manhattan. "When I bought my apartment in New York, I couldn't afford it, but I've never been able to afford anything I've bought," the author of the Everyday Supermodel told Lonny.
As far as her property collection goes, Sims is not quite through. She is quoted as saying that she and Stuber are "never done" buying homes, so we suspect that she'll be adding to her cache of real estate gems once again very soon.
Photos and details courtesy of Lonny