Folks who are in the spotlight often love to surround themselves with dramatic colors and furnishings. See the shades five celebs chose for their homes, and learn how you can get the look, too.
The New Girl actress’ bold blue kitchen pairs crisp navy cabinets with brass accents and a nautical-inspired light fixture. Coordinating tile and deck-like chairs complete the “galley” of the Hollywood Hills home. Get the look with Sherwin Williams SW 6804 Dignity Blue.
Bring the summer heat indoors like “The Real Housewives of New York” Alex McCord did in her red-walled seating area. Patterned red curtains complete the passionate look to create a perfect entertaining spot in Brooklyn. Try SW 6594 Poinsettia to spice up your own space.
Taylor Swift’s new Tribeca penthouse is rather subdued compared to the music superstar’s on-stage persona. Warm terra-cotta colored walls and dark woods combine with cozy antiques, Oriental rugs, and industrial ceilings in the unique penthouse. Bring in SW 6629 Jalapeño to duplicate the look.
If you prefer a quieter take on color, Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks’ beach-inspired Malibu color scheme is perfectly serene. The colors of sand, sky and sunset are found throughout the home, including this spa-like bathroom’s soft aqua walls. SW 6770 Bubble is the ideal (and very appropriately named) shade for replicating the style.
Clothing designer Max Azria rarely shies away from making a dramatic statement, and this elegant gray and white parlor with coral accents in his Los Angeles estate is no exception. Plenty of glass and sparkling silver accessories brighten the room, while a striking graphic rug grounds the space. SW 7645 Thunder Gray is the key to creating the look yourself.
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