Ashley Tisdale made husband buy 400 books to fill shelves for house tour

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Well, she doesn’t live in a library.

Ashley Tisdale admitted to Architectural Digest that days before the magazine arrived at her Los Angeles home for a tour, her bookshelves were completely empty.

“These bookshelves, I have to be honest, actually did not have books in them a couple days ago,” she shared in a video from her living room. “I had my husband go to the bookstore and I was like, ‘You need to get 400 books.’”

The “High School Musical” star’s husband, Christopher French, instead wanted to purchase books “over time,” but Tisdale needed the shelves camera-ready.

“Obviously my husband was like, ‘We should be collecting books over time and putting them in the shelves.’ And I was like, ‘No, no, no, no,’” she recalled, laughing.’ allowfullscreen=’true’ style=’border:0;’ sandbox=’allow-scripts allow-same-origin allow-popups allow-presentation’>

Tisdale, 36, decorated the Los Angeles home where she, her husband, 39, and their 1-year-old daughter, Jupiter, are based entirely herself.

“I pretty much designed this whole house through Instagram,” explained Tisdale, who moved into the house when she was seven months pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic. “We weren’t really going to stores and stuff, and we weren’t going out. I was pregnant, so I was being super safe.”

When a fan commented that she was left “speechless” over the admission, Tisdale defended the move, writing, “Let’s clear this up. There are some of my books from over the years in there but yea 36 shelves that hold 22 books I did not have and any interior designer would have done the same. They do it all the time, I was just honest about it.”

The actress launched her own interior design company after having worked with professionals on her previous homes.

“What I realized while working with designers is that I’ll have a vision, and they have a vision,” she explained. “But they’re so good at what they do. It’s beautiful. You’re like, ‘Well, I love it.’”

Now running her own company, the “He Said She Said” singer had to trust her instincts.

“I fully love this house,” she told the magazine. “I love every piece of everything I’ve done here, and I’m really proud of myself.”

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