Take a Look Inside Of Arron Paul’s Remarkable Idaho Dream Home
Is this Aaron Paul's dream home? No idea, but I can tell you that his Idaho home is truly one of a kind. This custom-built home will take you on a journey from the massive stone fireplace to the house's concert counters and the basement's speakeasy.
It took three years to have the home built. Aaron and his wife found barns in Wisconsin built by the Amish over 120 years ago and used the wood. The massive stone fireplace you'll see in the pictures below was craned in before they could assemble the roof. Everything has a specific meaning or reason, from the primary suite to the media room and the peacock in the dining room.
My favorite room is what they call "The Raven's Den." It has this speakeasy vibe with a whiskey lounge, pool table, and bar where Aaron whips up some smoked cocktails. In the video that Aaron and his wife Lauren did with Architectural Digest, he mentions that they made it challenging to get Wifi in "The Raven's Den" on purpose. I love that it's a place where they want people to come together, put their phones down and have great conversations.
The house includes a bunkhouse with a bunk bath, and if you're a parent, you will love this space. With a wet and dry sauna, Aaron tends to run out to the river when it's freezing and back into the warmth of the sauna. From the video, I don't think Lauren is on board with jumping into the freezing river just yet.
Words can't explain how beautiful this home is, so take a look at the pictures below, and if you want a full tour of the house from Aaron and Lauren, you can watch the video if you keep scrolling.