How to Decorate Your Rental Like Netflix’s “Girlboss”
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How to Decorate Your Rental Like Netflix’s “Girlboss”

If you loved Netflix’s take on Sophia Amoruso’s rags-to-riches story — AKA Girlboss — you prob know she started her empire from a tiny studio apartment. Yes, there was some dumpster diving involved. And yes, she may or may not have stolen her blue rug, but there’s no denying the gal knew what she was doing. Featuring an eclectic array of trendy, vintage, and hipster-friendly small-space living solutions, Sophia’s (Britt Robertson) apartment is nothing less than #girlboss perfection. Scroll on to see how you can get the look for your own home.

SOHPIA MARLOWE’S STUDIO APARTMENT

First of all, we love the fact that Sophia just threw up a vintage rug as wall decor. And the retro accents don’t stop there. Chic mid-century finds, like a black leather armchair, simple wooden coffee table, and round velvet cushions take the quirky flair of the space to a totally swoon-worthy level.

Whether you use it as an area rug or a wall tapestry, a killer rug is essential to getting Sophia’s look. Use a sleek, blue velvet sofa, a cozy, sheepskin throw, and quirky, golden lamps to continue her vibe. Harness the orange wallpaper of the Nasty Gal’s room with a classic Wes Anderson print and one-up her organization game with a bookcase full of golden storage baskets.

Cupcakes and Cashmere Mesh & Marble Table Lamp ($150), Concepcion Studios Wes Anderson Inspired Poster ($50), IKEA FJÄLLBO Shelf Unit ($99), IKEA STOCKHOLM 2017 Sofa ($1299), Lulu & Georgia Lars Coffee Table ($302), Lulu & Georgia Kuma Rug ($90+), CB2 Cue Chair With Brass Legs ($649), Rockwall Mongolian Single Sheepskin Faux Fur ($90), Urban Outfitters Round Pintuck Pillow ($39), Room Essentials Decorative Gold Wire Bin ($20)

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(Photos via Netflix)