Just like we turn to celebrity street style for the next big fashion trends or to get inspiration on the many ways to style our white sneakers, we love to peek into celebrity homes for décor inspiration. With seemingly endless resources and solid design acumen (or insanely talented decorators on hire), actresses, models, and bloggers always seem to have their finger on the pulse for all things home.
From Kourtney Kardashian, who introduced us to the beauty of Pierre Jeanneret chairs, to Brooklyn Decker, who convinced us we definitely needed to upgrade our entryway art, celebrities never fail to add to our wish list of dream home furnishings. If money were no object, these celeb-approved items would already be in our homes—but until we find the right spot or save up the cash, they remain at the top of our virtual carts. Proceed with caution—you might find yourself ordering Jessica Alba's chandelier no matter how strong your willpower is.
Antique Turkish Rugs
Midcentury Brass Chandeliers
There are many things we'd love to borrow from Rebecca Minkoff's living room—the colorful art, the cozy gray pillow mix. But most importantly, we're eyeing her Jonathan Adler midcentury-inspired brass chandelier, which we'd love to pair with a tall leafy plant to add cool resort vibes to our own spaces.
We'd be lying if we said we hadn't purchased some beach-inspired photography for our own homes after seeing Gray Malin's print in blogger Jacey Duprie's Los Angeles home office. We especially love the vantage point of the Italian coast from a classic boat—it's wanderlust at its finest.
Modern Cane Chairs
We'd be hard-pressed to choose a favorite item from Erin Fetherston's Los Angeles home. But if we had to pick one, it would be her Marcel Breuer tubular cane dining chairs. It seems we're not alone: This modern classic has been in production since 1928 and is believed to be one of the most important chairs of the 20th century.
Iconic Spider Lighting
Hanging Rattan Chairs
While we always assumed that a hanging rattan chair was best suited to a beach house porch or a kids' room, we instantly changed our minds after laying eyes on Carlson Young's Downtown L.A. loft. Mixed with eye-catching art and two-tone walls, the chair doesn't feel out of place at all. Better yet, something tells us it's a great spot to lounge around with a good read.
Next up: the chicest celebrity bedrooms we've ever visited.