Lauren Conrad is quickly becoming our go-to style icon. It’s not just her chic street style we love. We also want to copy her skin, her Instagram filter, and we definitely want her stylish house! Her Beverly Hills penthouse apartment is filled with a gorgeous mix of modernist designer pieces and oh-so-perfect flea-market finds.
From pretty pillows to look-alike lighting, our editors found shoppable pieces inspired by Lauren Conrad’s home.
The first step to nabbing a house as beautiful as Lauren Conrad’s is getting the perfect chandelier! We love the jumbo orvieto chandelier designed by E. F. Chapman ($3,570; circalighting.com).
If your budget doesn’t allow for ultra-glam lighting, mirror Conrad’s cozy-chic couch pillows by mixing large patterns ($195; judyrosstextiles.com), graphic embroidery ($90; shop.cococozy.com), and (of course!) gold pillows ($40; pillowdecor.com).
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Conrad’s living room is minimalist and perfectly balanced, but still filled with plenty of cozy seating and bright personal touches. To recreate the look in your home, we found beautifully stitched leather poufs ($275; moroccanprestige.com), an over-sized gilded mirror ($306; wayfair.com), and textured mercury vases that look even more glam when they’re grouped together ($29 to $44; westelm.com).
We love the golden, showstopping chandelier that hangs in Conrad’s dining room. Nab the copycat Astra chandelier and throw a dinner party like Lauren ($1,928; anthropologie.com).
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A sunny corner of Conrad’s kitchen features a custom-tufted banquette curved around a classic Eero Saarinen table. If you like the look but are on a budget, try the Docksta table from Ikea, pictured above ($199; ikea.com).
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Even Conrad’s storage is gorgeous! She tucks away non-essentials in beautiful decorative trunks. “I keep out-of-season clothing in them,” she explains. “A couple are full of bikinis in the winter, then I swap them out for scarves during the summer.”
Mimic Conrad’s chic organizational skills with these soft-hued trunks (set of two for $100; 150style.com) and her cozy closet seating with a similar, splurge-worthy armchair ($643; laylagrayce.com).
—With reporting by Kate Donovan