Zoë Kravitz, Zendaya and Kris Jenner made The Times 100 Most Influential People list this year, not only for their artistry and talent, but also for their sense of style. The clothes, vehicles and homes they choose have become a source of inspiration for those who wish to live like the stars. If you want to bask in luxury without breaking your budget, consider these lavish celebrity-inspired interior trends, some of which may be more affordable than you think.
Embrace the biophilic design trend
Biophilic design is the buzzword in interior design, with modern millennials looking to reap the benefits of living close to nature, without necessarily moving to the countryside. Marie Kondo, Billy Porter and Jessica Alba are just a few stars blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living with features like living walls, wall cacti and plants of all sizes and shapes. These range from tall, showy plants to delicate vines and hanging pots. Indoor trees that purify the air by filling your interior with oxygen are also trending. They look great in a sunny corner, in your bathroom, and even in the bedroom. Ideal species to include are the bird of paradise, dragon tree and European olive tree. If you have pets, check that the trees and plants you choose are pet-friendly.
For a great idea of how much art can enliven an interior space, check out Kylie Jenner’s abode. Its dining room in particular is a joy to behold, filled with Martyn Lawrence Bullard chairs in every shade of pink you can think of! This set is completed with a playful chandelier from Coup D’etat, butterfly illustrations from Damien Hirst’s “I Love You” series, and an ultra-soft shag rug from Woven. The result is a magical oasis that instantly puts you in the mood for good conversation and good food. To copy this look, choose different shades of your favorite hue for your chairs; design, print and frame your own art series and brighten up your dining room with colorful dried flowers.
Live in a modern farm
Step into the home of Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher and you might forget they’re stars. Kunis insists they wanted a house, not an estate, and the result is a rustic-chic abode that feels more like a luxury barn than a Hollywood mansion. High beamed ceilings abound, and natural wood is married to luxe features like chandeliers, custom silver throne chairs, and a towering entertainment pavilion. To mimic the “opulent barn house” look, choose reclaimed wood furniture, iron-framed glass walls, and occasional artistic features such as pendant lights or designer bar stools.
Celebrities have the budget to design their dream home. They also have access to visionary designers and artists, who inspire all fans and design lovers. If you are inspired by Jessica Alba, Kylie Jenner or the Kunis-Kutcher family, choose the elements you like the most. Maintain your personal sense of style and ensure your home is as comfortable as it is functional and visually impactful.
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