Fans can peek inside the lush Tuscan estate of Sting and Trudie Styler when the Jan. 2011 edition of Architectural Digest hits the newsstands. The article reconstructs how the couple brought the 16th century Il Palaggio back to its roots as a hunting lodge and working farm. Nestled among hidden gardens and olive groves are many charming touches, including a giant chessboard with toddler-sized pieces which tend to get moved around "after a few bottles of Chianti," according to Styler. The 900-acre estate, purchased by the couple in 1997, is also the source of a line of organic, homemade olive oil, lavender, honey and wines. When the family isn't there, Il Palaggio also hosts yoga retreats for paying guests.