If you’re as obsessed with Lauren Conrad’s chic wedding to William Tell as we are, you’re going to really love their Beverly Hills home… and by home, we mean penthouse. The 28-year-old SoCal native’s drop dead gorgeous space is featured across the pages of InStyle’s October issue. “My style as far as decor is pretty similar to my style when I’m dressing myself,” says the newlywed. And she couldn’t be more right. Her space is sophisticated, chic and fun — and we’re playing interior decorator to show you how to get a similar look. Get ready to “ooh” and “ahh,” folks.
Haute Home Office
The bright orange sleeper sofa ($999) is the standout in LC’s home office. Stacks of fashion books, floral accents, an over dyed rug ($175) and an antique gold typewriter ($1,350) give the room a retro, yet feminine feel. “I always gravitate toward feminine details.” We also found a similar brass coffee table ($600) to bring the space together.
Bright ‘n’ Clean Kitchen
This yellow tufted banquette is EVERYTHING. Bring a similar vibe into your kitchen with this tufted yellow bench ($500). Get the exact same Saarinen table ($810) and top it with a floral filled bubble vase. If you find a vintage wicker chair like the one shown, lucky you! But if not, you can use any old white chair and add cute floral chair cushion ($15). As for the rest of the kitchen, white dishes with gold accents should do the trick.
Luxe Loft Living Room
First of all, this room is breathtakingly stunning. Everything from the washed brick wall to the high ceilings make the space feel like an airy New York loft, which is exactly the look LC was going for. While we’re huge fans of color, this room has a lot of neutrals going on. Lauren says, “I definitely like neutrals, I like investment pieces.” To copy the look, pick up an ivory tufted sofa ($1,999), some black and white throw pillows ($69 each), an intricate side table ($149) and a pair of tan leather poufs ($96 each) for extra seating. We also love those tall lamps ($300 each) behind the couch; just add classic black lamp shades.
Glam Master Bathroom
It’s no secret that we love claw foot tubs, and Lauren agrees. “My favorite room in my house might be my bathroom. It’s very peaceful in there. I’m a big fan of a claw foot tub for that day when you want to come home and take a bath,” she says. A similar clawfoot tub ($5,250) is definitely an investment, but it’ll be the highlight of the BR. A vanity area like this one is every woman’s dream. A white director’s chair ($6), a silverplate tray ($50) and a feminine toothbrush cup ($14) will make it a reality.
Vintage-Inspired Dining Room
The dining room is the most vintage-inspired in the house, but Conrad added a contemporary brass chandelier ($1,920) to offset the room. Yellow chairs ($170 for two) and scallop scale wallpaper ($125) will bring you one step closer to this fab dining space.
Which is your favorite room in Lauren Conrad and William Tell’s chic space? Talk to use below!