Interior Design Cues from Your Favorite Celebs
Want to snag some secrets of celebrity home design? We’ve explored a variety of celebrity homes to investigate their personal styles this year, from breezy bedroom ideas to warm, southern Christmas styles. Here are five top celebs and their decorating secrets.
1. Oprah’s Hawaii Cottage
Nothing is as laid-back and easy as a sophisticated island abode, and Oprah’s Hawaii home is the epitome of effortless style. By keeping the color scheme simple and neutral, the space highlights the windows and the incredible views outside–but details within the design are also worthy of notice. A subtle floral pattern and rich textures work well with the space’s light, airy style.
2. Paula Deen’s Savannah Style
Paula Deen seems like the epitome of southern delight, and her style carries well from the culinary into the interior design world. Paula’s southern home features rich, warm colors–especially olive greens, blues and abundant woodgrains.
3. Martha Stewart: A Reader’s Delight
Martha Stewart has been labeled the queen of home design and ingenuity, and her interior designs speak to that. This bedroom’s clean lines and neutral colors highlight the wall of bookshelves framing the doorway behind the bed. A few flowers and simple accent pieces add complementary colors, and geometric patterning in the linens give the space extra texture and interest.
4. Trisha Yearwood’s Southern Christmas
This country star loves her southern roots, which translate into southern style at Christmastime. Trisha Yearwood’s holiday design goes beyond the artificial Christmas trees. Garlands of magnolia paired with traditional Christmas ornaments combine to create a uniquely southern, warm holiday feel in her Nashville home.
5. Hilary Swank’s New York Apartment
If Trisha Yearwood and Paula Deen are characterized by warm, southern style, Hilary Swank’s NYC apartment is equally unique, modern and classic. This space uses a few dark colors with rich red accents, lots of clean lines and unique bookshelves to display accent pieces and collections that add character to the space.