Celebrity Rooms You Can Copy for a Fraction of the Price
Celebrities have some of the most stylish homes around but who wouldn’t when you have the best interior designers, most unique antique items, and the world’s most luxurious materials at your finger tips? For the rest of us, creating a beautiful space needs to be done on a budget which means snagging celebrity style can be out of reach and totally unattainable. Not to worry, we’re breaking down the look of six enviable celebrity abodes to share how you can get the same stylish design in your home for a mere fraction of the price.
Doesn’t this fun and happy spot just make you want to brew a nice cup of coffee and settle in with a good read? Though the entire home is beautifully decorated, we love the laid-back but peppy ease of this particular space. If a custom tufted banquette isn’t in your immediate plans, create a similar look with a similarly sunny tufted side chair. A cute French poster and classic marble table rounds out the stylish look.
In the modern living room of Maroon 5 frontman and judge on The Voice, a mix of furniture styles and textiles creates a surprisingly cozy environment. Though Levine’s vintage Dunbar sofa could set you back upwards of $8,000, the below version is a great way to give your space the same tailored look. Pair with a traditional area rug and you’re on your way to eclectic rock-’n-roll style.
Rustic furniture, modern lighting, and a cozy throw make for a relaxing retreat in this sunny corner of Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi’s former Beverly Hills home. Mix textures and materials in your home for a similarly sophisticated and collected look.
A pastel palette and clean lines make for a fresh and breezy dining space in the home of style-star Louise Roe. Classic forms like a Parsons-style table and Noguchi-inspired lantern give the room timeless appeal. Similarly mix shapes and lines for the same feeling in your own space.
Though the power couple recently listed this gorgeous home for sale, we’re still taken with its saturated colors, unique materials, and painted ceiling. Snag the same look at your place with dramatic curtains and a cozy leather chair. If a suzani-upholstered ottoman is out of your price range, bring a similar look to your place with a pair of patterned pillows.
In one bedroom of the actress and Honest Company’s founder’s guest house, a modern Serge Mouille light fixture mixes with a Moroccan pom pom pom blanket and classic wingback chair to create a high-contrast, eclectic design. Score similar pieces from little-known sources to replicate the look for less.