Drew Barrymore has been a Hollywood player since her star turn in "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" at age seven. And she's been a style icon since she mastered the bohemian-chic look back in the 1990s. But in recent years, the actor, director, producer, and mother of two has been showing off her considerable entrepreneurial skills. She's successfully launched her own makeup brand, a funky line of sunglasses, and a boutique-wine collection. "I love learning new things and figuring out the details," she says. When the design aficionado has a free afternoon, she can be found bargain-hunting for vintage furniture and textiles or doing DIY projects at home. "I'm always tinkering," she explains. "It keeps things interesting."
There's no place like it. This island still feels hippieish and undeveloped.
The chicest way to store your kids' toys.
I am a year-round rosé drinker. This one is full of apricot and peach notes.
A note on engraved stationery is so much nicer than a store-bought card.
An iconic restaurant. I order the shrimp Francese and the divine house salad.
If you love ethnic textiles, it's impossible to leave this shop without buying something.
The pigments are perfect for creating that look of faded elegance. And the little pots make it easy to experiment.
My gold plaque engraved with my daughters' names is a staple.
I've scored vintage T-shirts, furniture, and a gorgeous feather that I display as a modern installation.
Each room in this historic hotel on Italy's Lake Garda is different and dreamy in its own way.
I love spicy food. Throw this on anything and it will taste good.
This home-furnishings warehouse in the Bronx has great deals. I found the coolest crocheted couch there.