It'll come as no surprise that the late Carrie Fisher's Hacienda-style is the definition of eccentric. She once described it like a scavenger hunt, because everywhere you turn there's another unique memento from her lifetime, including so much Star Wars memorabilia you might confuse her house with a museum for the movie.
Instead of sticking with a specific color palette or style to decorate her home, Fisher let her belongings fill the space and determine the decor. Because of this, no two rooms are alike. You'll also notice she added a fireplace in ever room (many of which she kept lit at all times) and that she kept her Christmas tree up all year long. See what we mean by eccentric?
Soon the belongings of Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds (who died just one day after Fisher) will go up for auction. "The size and scope of their collection rivals most museums," Fisher's brother, Todd Fisher, said in a statement posted on . "So in keeping with my mother's wishes we have decided to share part of their magnificent collection with all their friends and fans."
Starting September 23, 1,500 of their personal artifacts will go up for sale, including items like Fisher's LEGO wall art of Princess Leia and her director's chair from Return of the Jedi, which is embroidered with her name and "Star Wars: The Saga Continues."
Other items up for grabs: Fisher's collection of "ugly children" paintings, the piano James Blunt wrote You're Beautiful on when he lived with Fisher for a time and a life-size Princess Leia with blaster statue in a vintage wooden phone booth.
The 3.5-acre estate, which was once owned by Bette Davis and features a detached guest house, a swimming pool and a tennis court, will reportedly also be put on the market soon. So if the walls of the home pique your interest more than what's hanging on them, you should keep your eye out.
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