Get the Look of Coco Rocha’s Neon-Filled Home
With over 16 million followers on social media, this lady knows something about branding herself. Coco Rocha became Insta-famous thanks to behind-the-scenes snaps of her glamorous life as a model, but now her feed shows glimpses of a more quiet home life with her husband, painter James Conran, and her eight-month-old daughter, Ioni. Thanks to a tour by InStyle, you can get an inside look at Coco’s three-bedroom stone cottage in New York. Part modern and totally fun, this beautiful space has decor ideas you’ll want to steal so you can give your home those FOMO-inducing looks Coco is so famous for.
You can’t help but smile at all the bright color accents added to the living room. Bold throw pillows and blankets add life to a neutral sofa, and a few fun pieces of decoration on the coffee table make the space feel relaxed and playful.
Set the tone in your living room with a soft, taupe Chesterfield sofa from Urban Outfitters ($850). The neutral hue means you can bring in color with throw blankets and patterned throw pillows from Brit + Co ($35). Style your coffee table with a metallic silver tray from Bloomingdales ($50) and add a silly conversation piece like a DIY spray painted thrift store animal with this tutorial from Little Green Notebook.
Coco shares a home office with her S.O., but the couple have totally nailed a cool blend of his and hers decor. He likes to keep the bookshelves neatly styled, and she brings in the neon accents, like a hot pink skull and rad desk organizers.
Jazz up your workspace with a silver lamp from Land of Nod ($80) and toss a faux cowhide pillow from Zazzle ($34) on your chair to cowboy up those rustic good looks. Keep things glam with gold desk accessories from Target ($15) — you could even try painting them half neon like Coco’s pencil holder — and add a few personal touches to your desk with these DIY wood photo knob holders from Damask Love.
In the interview with InStyle, Coco joked that the starburst chandelier was her favorite piece in the bedroom because it is a surefire way to calm down her daughter Ioni when she’s fussy. Who needs a baby mobile when you have a killer light fixture?
Even though Coco’s bedroom is almost all white, the fun additions of color and texture make the room feel far from bland. Even if you don’t have a baby, the sputnik light fixture from Lights ($176) will totally enchant you. Keep your texture game on point with a faux sheepskin from IKEA ($13) and a yellow throw blanket from Bed Bath and Beyond ($40). The piece of art on Coco’s wall is totally hackable, so practice your artsy skills with some DIY abstract art from A Beautiful Mess.
How bold and modern is little Ioni’s nursery? That gallery wall, that black and white color palette… yep, love it all.
Look up: See those gold-dipped bulbs? You, yes you, can totally DIY a similar light fixture with this tutorial from Brit + Co. Start a popping gallery wall with a hot pink giraffe print from One Kings Lane ($180) and set up a reading nook with this gingham bench, also from One Kings Lane ($2600) — a splurge that could easily be hacked with a bit of reupholstering. Make play time a little more comfy with a pink and orange striped area rug from Hayneedle ($576) and lots and lots of throw pillows.
Which is your favorite room in Coco’s house? Tell us what you think of her home in the comments below!