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See inside 'Modern Family' star Jesse Tyler Ferguson's cozy, cool home

The actor and his husband got some "Will & Grace"-inspired help when it came to decorating.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Justin Mikita
Actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson (R) and husband Justin Mikita attend the 2017 Weinstein Company and Netflix Golden Globes after party on January 8, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.Jason LaVeris / FilmMagic
/ Source: TODAY

Looks like Jesse Tyler Ferguson is keeping it in the family. Okay, well, the industry at least. The “Modern Family” star worked with “Will & Grace” set decorator Peter Gurski to help design the interior of his Los Angeles home, and the abode now ready for its closeup.

In a new feature for, the 42-year-old actor showed off the 1928 Spanish Colonial he shares with his husband, activist and social innovator Justin Mikita, 33.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson house
Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita pose in the library of their cool and colorful Los Angeles home.Emily Berl/ Architectural Digest

Robert Pattinson previously owned the 4-bedroom home, as did Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale, so when Ferguson and Mikita took it over, they made it their own, working with the property’s original Gothic-inflected interior finishes.

In the library, the beautiful stained glass windows are hard to miss, but there are other fun focal points, as well. “Anyone who walks into the room is just blown away,” Ferguson said. The room is full of different patterns and colors, and it manages to work perfectly.

The home features original painted ceilings, stained glass and ornate wrought iron.

The room, which is used as a pre-dinner cocktail area, features a yellow sofa that Ferguson picked out and a plaid love seat that was built for the space.

And while the living room is one of the only rooms in the house to be left white (they embraced color throughout), there’s still a bit of a quirky vibe to the space with a giant iron horse standing by the window.

The large horse in the living room represents the home's formal yet informal vibe throughout.Emily Berl/ Architectural Digest

The stallion is actually symbolic of their design approach. “Like, not to be too serious, because it’s a very formal house,” said Gurski. “We thought, let’s be kind of cheeky and fun — that’s what Justin brought; he loosened it up.”

In the kitchen, you’ll find a long wooden island and dark green refinished cabinets. Mikita said he still enjoys a clean white look, but they’re planning on doing that for their New York place, which Gurski is helping them out with, too.

The couple loves to entertain. They once hosted a dinner party for the entire "Modern Family" cast.Emily Berl/ Architectural Digest

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