Never did we think seeing a throw pillow or cool looking rug could fill us with as much excitement as it does, but here we are. We blame the pandemic. Over the last year our obsession with home glow-ups have been at an all time high. Just take one look at TikTok’s FYP and you’ll see things like “rug tufting, decor trends, and squiggly mirrors.”
With the world closed and celebrities camped in their homes, we discovered another obsession that’s been locked away since the heyday of MTV Cribs. As more and more A-listers began sharing exclusive looks into their personal spaces on social media, ideas for home redecoration as per our favorite celebs began to swirl.
Home re-decorating was inevitable during lockdown, with many of us looking for a new change of scenery. Just how a closet needs refreshing, so does our personal space.
The model-off-duty look has been long been a hot commodity that’s managed to send previous unknown brands flying off the shelves. What’s more off-duty than chilling at home?
From the runway straight to the comfort of their bed, supermodels know their trends and we’ve rounded up all the best model homes and their steal-worthy interior design tips.
Pretty much anything Bella Hadid owns is dubbed as stylish, and that goes for homeware too. Hadid just sold her .5 million SoHo Penthouse this month, but before it went off the market she shared via her Instagram a rare glimpse into her interior design style. Just like her wardrobe, the supermodel goes for a mix of fun and contemporary styles with vintage elements. Her eclectic approach to decorating showed itself through a retro shelving unit, a colorful 1985 Unicef “Rain Dance” poster, and a set of Mathieu Malouf’s Kit Cat Klocks.
Hadid is also a fan of sculptural elements and funky shapes which not only adds a bit of spirit to her home but works to break up the industrial steel beams present throughout her loft. A squiggly Poltronova Ultrafrafola mirror/lamp designed by Ettore Sottsass jr. is a prominent focal point in her downstairs while Areaware totem candles by Grain are like mini sculptures sitting on her shelves. Proving to be a collector of everything fun, we just know Hadid is the cool aunt.
With a schedule as busy as Kendall Jenner’s, there’s no wonder why peacefulness and tranquility are at the center of her .5 million house. Located in the Mulholland Estates, the Spanish-inspired home was designed with minimal and earthy tones in mind. Mixed and matched 1930s Axel Einar Hjorth chairs from Lief, antique rugs, and Waterworks fixtures add to the farm-housy vibe while a cloud couch sofa by Timothy Oulton and kitchen cabinets painted in Benjamin Moore “Garden Cucumber Aura” add a bit of comfiness to the space. Complete with an in-house painting studio and a sound-bath sized backyard where any invitee is transported to a zen oasis.
Now, Jenner’s furniture and finishes are designed to be neutral but the supermodel admits it’s mostly because she’s a fan of such colorful art. Among Jenner’s contemporary art collection she has not one but two LED pieces. A signature James Turrell ovoid wall sculpture is positioned right at the front entrance while a Tracey Emin neon sign hangs in her bedroom. This clash of personalities is fitting for the grounded yet famed model. A meditative sound bath finished with a shot of 818 Tequila is what we imagine goes on behind those walls.
Eclectic furniture clearly runs in the family. Back in 2020, Gigi Hadid shared her Rainbow-colored NYC apartment she deemed her year-long passion project. With items like a pair of Kith X Bomber skis in her living room, Salty Seattle pasta art in her kitchen, and a gigantic Johannes Albers ballpoint pen sculpture, this recent mom is not afraid to decorate the unconventional route. There is no one focal point within this model’s house, instead every piece is curated to be the standout. With an explosion of textures, colors, and art present from her multicolored Roche Bobois x Missoni couch to the Christopher Martin Vorticity disk pieces hanging above her bed, no room is left unturned.
Even the tiniest of details have some pizazz to them— like the bowl of pool balls in her kitchen or the Edie Parker table top lighter on her coffee table. If you’re ever looking to add some color and personality to your drab apartment you know who to turn to.
Elsa Hosk’s home is like everything we tried to do but much much cooler. Having recently moved from her sun-filled, SoHo apartment to a mid-century L.A. home, the supermodel has begun sharing all the enviable decor details via social media.
Looking like a cool-girl showroom, the supermodel’s home is designed with furniture sourced and collected by her from vintage dealers or niche designers that’s popped up on her radar. Choosing an overall pastel color scheme, many colorful additions add to the cozy-shearling covered spaces. Non-traditional shapes also pop up in the form of a squiggly Malene Knudsen Ceramic, a Max lamb chair, and Sabine Marcelis Candy Cubes. Everything the model says was designed to be “unique.” Pieces are meant to stand out from the crowd of usual interior design. Which is why sourcing her collection of vintage gems proved to be such a strong factor. Pieces as big as her brown Mario Bellini Camaleonda sofa and Curved Claude Home sofa to as small as her Akari paper Light Sculpture by Isamu Noguchi and Swedish Märta Mås Fjätterström rug add plenty of originality to her spaces.
We can all thank Hosk’s Swedish roots and knack for furniture hunting for this mood-board worthy design inspo.
Emily Ratajkowski’s colorful home is what we imagine it would feel like to walk through a rainbow. Filled with vibrant colored carpets, art-covered walls, and bright toned furniture, it would be hard to live here and not be happy.
Her three-bedroom, three-bathroom home in L.A. has famously become recognizable on social media due to her statement making living room. A mint velvet sofa wraps around her airy living room while colorful woven rugs and oversized paintings envelop the walls—one of which being a life size portrait of her parents. A bright red arm chair, pink marbled coffee table, curved floor lamp, and a pair of graphic ceramic jugs by Grant Levy-Lucero are also featured in the space. While this room deserves all the recognition, Ratajkowski’s favorite room was a sun-soaked bedroom posted on Instagram.
Featuring yet another vibrant rug and a pair of velvet green chairs, we know this design style looks to be carried throughout the entire house. Through fleeting Insta stories and obscure interior design shots we’ve managed to catch a graphic black and white round table and ’60s-inspired acrylic chairs that prove our point. Even a glimpse at her nursery shows a bright red couch, framed artwork, and candy colored knick-knacks scattered about.END
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