Take a look inside the glamorous spaces of some of the top ladies of Hollywood, fashion, and society like Cameron Diaz, Coco Rocha, and Devon Radziwill to name a few, and get inspired by their perfectly stylish spaces. Tufted beds, luxurious bedding, dramatic artwork, and varied textures reign supreme in these relaxing rooms where the rich and fabulous retreat after their long days of trend-setting, leading business meetings, party hopping, and general It-Girl revelry.
The Best It-Girl Bedrooms
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A staple on Vanity Fair and Vogue’s best dressed lists and married to a royal, cool-girl Devon Radziwill opts for an understated look in her SoHo bedroom. Exposed brick walls and simple window blinds contrast with luxury bedding from Schweitzer Linen and glam lamps from Aero for a casual but chic combination.
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With a surprisingly understated look for the world-class stylist, the bedroom in Rachel Zoe’s Los Angeles home is calm and focused with pops of vibrancy seen through Missoni pillows, and colorful throws. We love the use of texture to create visual interest and the contrast of the black canopy bed and black painted doors with the room’s cream and ivory components.
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Domaine went inside Whitney Port’s Venice, California loft for an exclusive tour, and the mix of prints and bedding in the master is one of the most lasting images from her fabulous pad. A cohesive color story and prints of various size and scale make Port’s bedding a stand out and completely unique. Newly engaged at the time, Port’s look was the perfect combination of masculine and feminine elements.
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Founder and creative director of accessories line Edie Parker, Brett Heyman exposes her naturally glamorous self through the décor of her New York bedroom, which was photographed for Vogue. A glittering light fixture and floral photography feel perfectly girly, white the ombré snakeskin printed pillows add a touch of rock-’n’-roll edge.
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We love the departure from the ever-popular serene bedroom look in model Jessica Stam’s New York apartment featured in Elle Decor. Vivid jewel tones, luxurious silks, and eye-catching patterns make for a glamorous space with a hint of edge.
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Fashion stylist and street style star Taylor Tomasi Hill invited Vogue to tour her Chelsea apartment and from the looks of her petite yet, stylish bedroom, she’s putting her styling skills to work there. An unexpected but expertly edited mix of prints on her bed is complemented by the more fantastical elements of her bedroom’s design. A floating swan and surreal photograph by Arthur Elgort complete the far-out space.
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Jewelry designer Zani Gugelmann made the most of her Tribeca, New York loft by sectioning off a sleeping area with a decorative, Moroccan-inspired screen to create a calming retreat at one end of her light-flooded apartment. A glamorous tufted headboard work well with an oversized potted palm, Indian textile, and midcentury modern lounge chairs to create a white space punctuated by natural tones and textures.
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As co-founder of online styling site Feyt, Ferebee Taube knows how to create an eye-catching mix of textures and shapes. Such is the case in her New York bedroom where a completely neutral color palette is made interesting by a mix of textiles and furniture lines. Danish lounge chairs coordinate with a midcentury bench at the foot of a linen-upholstered bed topped with a furry throw, creating a serene retreat in the middle of the city.
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When Domaine went inside the home of host and style-star Louise Roe, we were pleasantly surprised by the traditional décor of her master bedroom. A tufted, Chesterfield-style bed and full draperies mix with dark-stained wood pieces and delicate china accessories to create a classic, English look. "I'm more passionate and particular about interior design than about fashion!,” the Brit told us at the time. A delightful mix of patterns on her bed confirm this It-girl knows how to create an updated, yet refined look.
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In the apartment she shares with her artist husband, supermodel Coco Rocha took a casual traditional route when decorating their bedroom. Elaborate picture frames, tonal bedding and vintage items characterize the granny-chic design of one of today’s most famous faces.
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The actress and author enlisted the help of all-star designer Kelly Wearstler to create her fantasy bedroom which was featured in Elle Decor. Luxurious textures abound in the cave-like jewel box where every surface was expertly considered by Wearstler. Silks, gold leaf, plush mohair, and antique mirror combine in a space that defines glamour — like Diaz herself.
Which of these diverse it-girl bedrooms is your favorite? We’d love to know, tell us in the comments!