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

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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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