Today we’re taking a look into five Celebrity homes we’re crushing on right now.
From Supermodel and mom-to-be, Elsa Hosk’s vintage meets modern SoHo loft home and Emily Ratajkowski’s Boho Art-Filled Californian home to the lovingly restored Palm Springs inspired mid-century home of 90’s pop icon and now revered actress, Mandy Moore - We’ve pulled together some of our favourite, lust-worthy and inspiring celebrity home interiors, unique décor and wall art to inspire you in your own home design and décor.
Our rule of thumb? Don't be afraid to combine neutrals with pops of colour and different textures, natural light is always a winner and don't be afraid to inject touches of your own personality into your interior décor - incorporating these elements will help to create an authentic and inviting space that is uniquely you, no matter the budget.
Supermodel and mum-to-be, Elsa Hosk’s Vintage-Filled SoHo Loft combines vintage and auction finds including two Pierre Paulin lounge chairs and a Picasso, with a self-gifted (and Elsa’s favourite piece), the highly instagrammed Ettore Sottsass mirror, which casts a pink glow throughout the open living space.
Featured on the cover of Clever (Architectural Digest’s younger, digital brand), wearing a pink Jacquemus suit and lounging on her Mario Bellini modular sofa Elsa’s interior style is all her own, opting to forego an interior designer, giving the space a stylish yet authentic, lived in feel.
Hosk’s interior style shows how you can combine earthy neutrals with pops of colour, illustrated in the candy-coloured mezzanine bedroom and her open-plan living area. It’s unexpectedly vibrant (but grounded), completely on-trend (yet timeless), and just insanely cool.
“Design is the ultimate creative process—you can really reflect your feelings and your mood into your surroundings”
– Elsa Hosk for Clever, Architectural Digest
From the Ettore Sottsass Mirror and Bernhardt Bouclé Sofa and graphic wall art by Caroline Denervaud, the airy space is filled with vintage gems and extraordinary pieces that show off the model’s incredible knack for interior design in addition to her unique streetstyle. Her loft apartment is a testimony to doing without a professional decorator and just going with what you love.
Click through to view Elsa Hosk's downtown SoHo Loft.
Photos by Max Burkhalte .for Clever, Architectural Digest and Tessa Neustadt
Believe me when I say, I am as surprised as you are, to be writing about Mandy Moore! But, now a far cry from her ’99 Candy pop-star persona wearing those cargo pants that every teenage girl coveted, Moore is now an accomplished actress and engaged to Indie rocker Taylor Goldsmith of the band Dawes.
Moore’s Californian home sits atop a Pasadena hill with sweeping views overlooking vistas of San Gabriel mountain valley. After acquiring the Harold B. Zook designed mid-century modern home that had endured one too many 90’s facelifts, Moore and Goldsmith were committed to bringing the dilapidated house back to its former glory.
Enlisting the help of architect Emily Farnham, interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel and Terremoto landscape designers, the trio collaborated from the start of the project to ensure a succinct and respectful transformation.
“We fell in love with the views, the pool, the yard, basically the whole energy of the place,”
– Mandy Moore for Architectural Digest
The exterior of the house is framed with big glass windows, allowing the views of the mountains, lush greenery and natural light inside, whilst white terrazzo revitalised the floors internally. The décor of the house features new and vintage pieces, with high and low-price points, whilst soft, earthy and feminine materials and joinery are combined to create an atmosphere that is both on-trend, yet timeless and succeeds in feeling inviting and lived in whilst staying fresh and modern.
The home décor features a mix of high end and more affordable, accessible brands, from Anthropology tan armchairs, CB2 vase, Cedar & Moss pendant lights and rose gold cocktail tables by Statements by J, to a custom terrazzo shelf that accents beautifully against a gorgeous blush velvet vintage bench (similar available through 1st Dibs).
Overall Moore’s design transformation does exactly what she set out to do - paying homage to Zook’s original mid-century design, whilst the combination of white, earthy neutrals and timber and accents of pop colour and textures including terrazzo, velvet, marble and rose gold keep the interior on trend and modern.
The final result really is the perfect blend of mid-century modernist design meets contemporary trend, and succeeds in creating a trend-led home that also feels authentic to Moore and Goldsmith's personality, while maintaining an inviting and lived in feel.
Click through to view Mandy Moore’s Californian Mid-Century Modern Home.
Photos by Trevor Tondro and Styled by Lawren Howell for Architectural Digest.
Beauty Mogul and Business Woman @kyliejenner
“…I wanted a fresh, fun vibe to match the way I was feeling. Color was essential. I love pink, and I wanted a lot of it!”
- Jenner recalls of her earliest conversations with the decorator.
Photos by Douglas Friedman for Architectural Digest.
“I remember being 20 years old and seeing that piece of furniture and saying, ‘That is the most interesting thing in the world. One day I'm going to own that,’”
- Says Wasson of her deSede Terrazza by Ubald Klug, commonly referred to as a waterfall couch, she had it shipped from the Czech Republic after being outbid dozens of times throughout the intervening years.
Click through to view Erin Wasson’s Malibu escape.
Photos by Christopher Patey for Architectural Digest.
Emily Ratajkowski's Echo Park home is a light-filled bohemian dream.
Once best known for that infamous Robin Thicke video clip, the model, actor, activist and swimwear designer has gained equal parts publicity and credibility for her outspoken political voice (encouraging her followers to vote in the 2020 presidential elections, which is not mandatory in the US), has been an advocate for the Me Too movement and protesting for women’s rights (even being arrested alongside Amy Schumer outside the White House in 2018), in addition to holding predators accountable, particularly in the modelling industry, and being vocal about her own (very public) fight to reclaim the rights to her own image with an essay she wrote for the NY Magazine (read more here written by Emily for The Cut, NY Magazine).
Ratajkowski also has her own fashion label, Inamorata, and is also proving to have a unique eye for interior décor and furniture and also an avid art collector, having originally studied art at UCLA before going into modelling.
Whilst Ratajkowski's home is not openly accessible to the public’s prying eyes, you can see the model’s unique interior style and love of art coming through in the glimpses she’s given via her Instagram of both her LA home and the NYC loft apartment she shares with new husband Sebastian Bear-McClard and their Husky-German Shephard, Columbo.
“Two things... I tell everyone in any space, is 1. value yourself really highly, because otherwise no one else will... and 2. really knowing your voice and your point of view, and being really honest,’”
- Emily Ratajowski to Forbes.com
Ratajkowski's three-bedroom, three-bathroom Californian, Echo Park home is a light-filled bohemian dream, with a distinctly eclectic aesthetic, combining mid-century modern furniture with a unique and extensive art collection and brightly coloured accent furniture and vintage rugs.
The model's bohemian loft is the epitome of art studio meets modern bohemian respite, and you can sense it has both a lived in and loved in feel to it.
In the living room, a mint velvet sofa wraps around the back of the room - supporting the growing trend of colours as the new neutral. Styled back with the couch is a square pink marble coffee table, gold curved floor lamp and colourful hand-tufted shag pile Moroccan rugs, layered to create a homely, colourful, and lived in feel.
Ratajkowski's walls throughout her house are littered with artworks, ranging from a Richard Prince Instagram ‘painting’ with a powerful back story, Brooklyn artist Katherine Bernhardt, LA local Henry Taylor as well as a life-size painting of her parents and pieces by her artist father John David Ratajkowski.
Emily’s interior décor perfects the balance between free-spirited art gallery and relaxed interior design perfection.
Click through to view Emily Ratajkowski's bohemian loft.
Photos from Emily Ratajkowski's Instagram and John David Ratajkowski’s website.
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