After watching the movie Spy, you might expect Rose Byrne’s home to be gorgeous, but cold as ice. However, if you were invited to a dinner party at her and partner Bobby Cannavale’s home, you’d walk into something way more homey. The couple decided to move from Manhattan into this sun-filled home in Brooklyn. According to Zillow, the home was built in 1899 and boasts original wooden floors and open-beamed ceilings as well as lots of windows and skylights for an airy, cheerful feeling. As usual, we love seeing how we can get the look of celebrity homes, but in this case, Byrne made it easy on us. Cue the wooden kitchen accessories and thrift store art — this home is rocking the Scandi boho style.
The apartment’s open floor plan combines the living and dining area into one space for easy family living. A rug helps create a specific space for the living area, while the bookcases and a long credenza along one wall offer extra storage and a clever way to keep toys hidden.
Set the mood with a colorful patterned rug from Anthropologie ($250) and get the rustic farmhouse dining table from IKEA ($700). Mix up the traditional shabby-chic farmhouse look by surrounding the table with modern, all-white dining chairs from IKEA ($60). If you’re tired of the gallery wall look, try to DIY some really big art or making over some thrift store art like these frames from Inside Closet.
This kitchen totally rocks the all-white look with a rough brick backsplash and some wooden framed glass cupboards that give the illusion of open shelving. Stools around the kitchen counter let the kids help make dinner and offer everyone an informal breakfast nook.
Bar stools are the best possible way to add a dining space to a tiny kitchen, and these ones from IKEA ($50) are natural wood so you can leave them as-is or paint them your kitchen’s theme color. Accessorize the rest of the kitchen with a big wooden bowl from Crate and Barrel ($35), a pretty spice rack from West Elm ($8), and of course, a big vase from Made by Modgy full of fresh blooms.
The master bedroom is full of natural light and feels cozy thanks to the exposed wooden beams, wooden floors and natural wood furniture pieces. The headboard and side tables are decidedly modern, but that big area rug brings in some much-needed color and feminine boho vibes.
Add a simple wood headboard to your bedroom with this one from Urban Outfitters ($350) and DIY a couple mid-century side tables with this tutorial from Sugar and Cloth. Instead of buying brand new lamps, revamp a pair you already have with this DIY from eHow that uses birch bark to create a wood effect. Toss a cozy tasseled throw from West Elm ($59) on the bed and your boho bedroom is D-O-N-E.
How cute is the painted ceiling in the kids’ bedroom? All the wood in the room gives the nursery a country, gender-neutral feeling, especially with those barn door hinges on the closet. Even though the room looks like fun to play in now, it’s decorated simply enough that it can grow up right along with the kids.
The Honest Company ($300) has a fabulous natural wood crib whose clean modern lines that goes great with any sort of decor style. A big, colorful rug like this one from Land of Nod ($250) is key for those little knees, and a whimsical white bunny lamp from Land of Nod ($80) doubles as a cozy nightlight. Add a few throw pillows from Urban Outfitters ($60) for pillow fights, forts and storytime.
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(h/t Zillow; featured photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)