Get the Look of Taylor Swift’s Boho-Chic Rental Apartment
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Get the Look of Taylor Swift’s Boho-Chic Rental Apartment

Swapping out Calvin for Tom Hiddleston isn’t the only big change going on in Taylor Swift’s life: She’s also decided to renovate her Tribeca penthouse (cleaning her space of relationship memories, perhaps?) which means she’s moved into a West Village rental for the next year. Obviously, no Craigslist hunting was involved in this $40,000 a month apartment, but the five bedroom carriage house might be just the thing Taylor needs to write a new killer breakup album, with plenty of space to rest after a long day of bein’ Tay. While the rental is somewhat smaller than her other properties, the indoor pool and two-story patio offers plenty of room for her squad’s dinner parties. Scroll down to see how to get the look of Taylor’s master bedroom at a fraction of the cost, and then head over to Teen Vogue to check out the rest of Tay’s NY digs.

MASTER BEDROOM

Taylor’s master bedroom feels warm and inviting and looks like a dreamy place to come to after slaying it at work. The cushy lounge chair and giant palm tree give the space a boho vibe and the cozy blend of textures: Faux fur, velvet, gold sequins and a Persian rug come together in an edgy way that’s perf for Taylor’s new glam rock look. If you want to get the same vibe in your bedroom room, set up a mini reading nook with a velvety chair, playful wall art and some quirky lighting like Tay’s Eiffel Tower lamp.

Britt Bass “Apple” Print ($40+), Lulu & Georgia Siyana Chandelier ($350), Nine Space Faux Fur Throw ($80), H&M Cotton Chambray Duvet Set ($30+), Pillowfort Eiffel Tower Table Lamp Gold ($30), H&M Sequined Cushion Cover ($18), Lulu & Georgia Ada Pillow ($39+), NorthLight 40″ Decorative Potted Two Tone Green Tropical Mini Palm Tree ($55), Dot & Bo Local Flavor Chair ($1125), Lulu & Georgia Marlow Rug ($99+)

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