As soon as we first laid eyes on Brooklyn Decker's Austin house, we knew it would redefine the meaning of #homegoals. The busy actress—who is no stranger to interior design—renovated and decorated everything herself (save for the actual construction). She would hunt for months on end to find the perfect Arabiscato marble slab for her kitchen island. She painted her cabinets seven times before getting the color just right.
Decker took the reins of her house redesign, and it paid off—big time. Not one to splurge on an A-list designer, she instead took her time to find individual pieces that spoke to her and her husband, tennis pro Andy Roddick. Today, we crafted the penny-pincher's guide to Brooklyn Decker's home—so you, too, can pick your favorite moments for your own homes and adopt the look. Get ready to turn your home's cool-girl flair up a notch with these Brooklyn Decker–approved under-$200 décor picks.
Decker displays vintage oil paintings on top of her kitchen cabinets to give them personality. Scour your local flea market to achieve the look.
Interior designers agree—the most affordable way to transform a room is with paint. That also applies to your kitchen cabinets.
Add a mystical air to your dining room with these Moravian star pendants.
Add a vintage flair to your dining area with Penguin Classics prints.
Dress up your sofa with a pair of antique African indigo pillows.
Corral your coffee table items in a chic vegan leather tray.
These sconces are near identical to Decker's—and they're extremely affordable. Use them to showcase your art.
Select a giant full moon print to fit your budget and space, and have it framed.
No need to upholster a seat in ticking stripe—just throw a pillow on a vintage wooden chair to achieve the same effect.
A small dressing area is a perfect place to adorn with a gorgeous vintage rug because you'll only need a small size.
Indian dhurries don't usually come at such a low price, but this Etsy shop ships them directly from India at a great price.
No need to get a full grown tree like Decker's. Simply buy a small ficus from Home Depot, and give it a little TLC.