Borrowable elements from Celebrity Homes
Now, we may not have a radiant white bathtub or a sprawling balcony with hammocks and lounge chairs, but we have the décor spirit. And laying hands on the furry rug or the dapper vase, the art lies in placing it right for the #CelebrityHome touch. Know what I mean?
So, I set off to find celebrity home elements that we can incorporate in an average cosy Indian home. Since, Instagram is the go to platform for celebrity real life, here’s all the dope I could dig out.
Now, if you’re looking for bedroom design ideas for the little ones I found this uber adorable bedroom owned by Gweneth Paltrow’s daughter. The hues of pink and the tiny stepping ladder the show stealer for me. Not too fond of a vase or flowers because I would not trust the little hell raisers with a ceramic vase or delicate flowers.
How do celebrity children sleep you ask? A little something like this. This is Gweneth Paltrow’s daughter, Apple’s room in their Hampton’s home. Do you like it ? #sophisticatedsally #customdrapery #bespokeinteriors #brightpinkbed #pinkandcream #girlythings #pinkbed #upholsteredheadboard #fourposterbed #canopybed #biggirlroom #celebritykids #celebrityhomes #hamptonsstyle #monogrampillow #interiordesign #childrensspaces #kidsrooms
Borrowable Element – Canopy
Indian kids seldom have individual bedrooms. No matter where they sleep – a sofa, a bed in the hall, or rule over a separate room – a few colourful nets, thin blankets, lots of fair lights and you got your kid the best bed ever!
Yet another bedroom design idea, you can thank me later. Now, this lovely master bedroom belongs to Julianne Hough. The white and brown combination gives the cosy yet vibrant feel. Totally recommendable! If I weren’t a clumsy sleeper, I’d definitely would have bought that bedside lamp.
This stunning master bedroom belonging to @juleshough stopped me in my tracks and with good reason! A fine example of various elements coming together in true harmonising effect. A room in which every inch has to be devoured as there are so many spectacular moments. A paired back palette, minimal styled bed and worn, vintage rug make way for those incredible textured chairs! Whilst grand beams and rustic wooden framed bed give the eye something to settle on. A tall structural plant keeps it fresh and a little less obvious. ~ ? By Justin Coit via @betterhomesandgardens ~ . . . . . . . . #interior #interiors4all #interiorstyle #interiors123 #interiordesign #interiordecorating #interiordecor #decorideas #decor #bedroom #texture #vintagerug #stunning #rusticdecor #beams #celebrityhomes #celebritystyle #inspiration #interiorinspiration #instatips #instagood #instadaily
Borrowable Element – Chairs at the foot of the bed
It is simply classy. The comfortably lavish chairs flatter the bed and give the room a more complete look. While these classy ones might be way out of budget, you could always get a leather settee or rather a flat wooden backless bench – it will blend seamlessly.
The ravishing white kitchen area belongs to Nina Dobrev. I have already ordered the peach coloured cushion covers to begin with. The size of the kitchen table too works well for me.
Borrowable Element–Dark Grey Lamp
Or any minimalistic lamp for that matter. Every Indian home has a dining table and a classy lamp hovering over it changes the mood of the dining home completely. Make sure the size of the lamp is proportionate to the size of the table.
The room screams Cameron Diaz, doesn’t it? Oh, what I would give to sleep in those fluffy blankets and snuggle up in the round chair by the window. The frame in the window pane and the white lamp – let’s just say the room is a dreamhouse.
Borrowable Element – Mirror next to the bed
Now Indian households usually have mirrors on or inside their cupboards or dressings. A standalone mirror is a rare phenomenon. Half-length mirror, the kind you see in this image, makes the room brighter and gives a classy vibe.
Celebrity homes are nothing but thoughtfully designed and orchestrated décor arrangements. Nothing that you or I cannot replicate. Again, know what I mean?