Tommy Mottola and his Latin pop star wife Thalía's stately home in Greenwich, Connecticut might seem overly prim and proper on the outside with its symmetrical facade and carefully manicured front lawn. But step into the former Sony Music head's Georgian-inspired abode, and you'll find an incredibly homey interior brimming with quirky elements that collectively lend to its distinct—yet highly refined—character.
The house's living room features a couple of bespoke sofas covered in a Clarence House linen-cotton, along with lacquer cocktail tables by Robert Kuo, and puffy sheepskin stools by Jean de Merry. A concave mirror sculpture by Anish Kapoor dominates one wall, while a pair of 1930s French chairs by Alan Moss sit on either side of an antique Alfred Porteneuve rosewood side table from Maison Gerard. Other details include a limestone mantel and steel fireplace by Chesney's, and a rug custom-made by Tai Ping.
The master bedroom showcases a Vladimir Kagan chaise lounge from Ralph Pucci International; a floor lamp designed by Solis Betancourt for Holly Hunt; along with a psychedelic Richmond Burton painting on the wall, and a George Condo skull sculpture.
The house's conservatory highlights a portion of Mottola's collection of antler mounts, five pieces of which are fixed on its stone fireplace.
In a rustic, spacious entertainment space known as "The Lodge"—which features ceiling and flooring made of reclaimed wood—the couple poses next to a pair of Linda Horn antler-framed chairs, and an ottoman upholstered in Ralph Lauren Home cotton velvet.
Brown Jordan seating and tables line the lavish pool—accompanied by a pavilion—out back.
Photos and details courtesy of Architectural Digest