Mandy Moore’s New Pasadena Home Is All About Greenery
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Mandy Moore’s New Pasadena Home Is All About Greenery

After wrapping up her first season of This Is Us, Mandy Moore, who had lived for a decade in Los Feliz, wanted a change of scenery and purchased a mid-century home near Pasadena. The three-bedroom abode features stunning views, amazing indoor-outdoor living spaces, and, best of all, a color palette that’s all about those Pantone 2017 Greenery vibes. Moore’s Instagram hinted that she may have aspirations to renovate, so we’re super stoked to see what she does with the place. Check out the full listing on Alphonso Bjorn, and then scroll down to see how to get the same vibrant look in your home.

Kitchen + Breakfast Nook

Mandy’s new kitchen and breakfast nook is rockin’ that sage green palette just about everywhere you look. From an island in the kitchen to accent walls and seat cushions, the whole space feels vibrant and alive.

Rock a similar jungle vibe in your kitchen and eating nook with green glassware, green seat cushions, and maybe even a mini rolling island to add extra storage. You can easily copy Moore’s space with tons of house plants and a few warm wood accessories to finish out the look.

Bed Bath & Beyond Sydney Apartment Cart ($184), H&M Glass ($6), H&M Carafe ($18), National Tree Co. Kentia Palm Tree ($215), H&M Wooden Cutting Board ($13), Martha Stewart Collection Heirloom Copper Tea Kettle ($100), H&M Printed Porcelain Plate ($6), H&M Solid-Color Seat Cushion ($10)

BATHROOM

The master bathroom is the perf blend of retro and modern, with soft green tile and quirky fixtures. And how ’bout that massive tub?

You might not have views for days in your own bathroom, but you can totally steal the look of Moore’s bathroom with lots of mini plants and luxe accessories. Having a little stool or table next to your tub is ideal for storing a tray of bath bombs, candles, and a few magazines. Seal the deal with green towels, some gilded storage canisters, and a rustic basket to hide dirty laundry.

H&M Glass Jar ($13), CB2 Potted Aloe ($20), H&M Jacquard-Patterned Bath Towel ($13), The Land of Nod Eric Trine Green Linear Stool ($69), H&M Jute Rug With Fringe ($35), Serena & Lily Striped La Jolla Baskets ($78+), H&M Small Wooden Tray ($6), diptyque Feu de Bois Scented Candle ($90)

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(h/t Alphonso Bjorn, featured photo via Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty)