How to Make Your Home More Like Your Favorite Celebrity’s

Your home is your sanctuary and thus should reflect your style. If you’re a fan of minimalist, modern design, celebrity, for example, you might want to choose a clean and simple palette in the living room to match your celebrity lifestyle. But if you love bright colors, you might want to add some vibrant pops of color throughout the house.

It’s also essential to ensure your home reflects the quality of style you want to project. A little too much clutter can give off the impression that you’re not very organized or well-off (which, in turn, can cause people to pass you by).

Whenever I look at a celebrity’s house from the roof to the floor, I always think it can cost an arm and a leg. After all! Don’t all celebrities pay for a king’s ransom for their properties?

That aside, one question keeps ringing in my mind. How much would it cost to upgrade my current home? Well, I’m pretty aware that the costs involved with getting a new gutter can be pretty expensive. Also, I know that changing the floor, painting, and landscaping is not a walk in the park. But, to maintain my status, I need to make the sacrifice!

In this discussion, I will take you through making your home like your favorite celebrity. Let’s jump straight in!

Invest In Your Rooms With Plants

No matter how much you hate the outdoors, plants make a room feel alive. And even if they aren’t real, they can still add something special to the aesthetics of your home that you won’t be able to get any other way.

If you can’t keep a plant alive for more than three days (especially if you don’t have a green thumb), opt for fake plants instead.

If you’re looking for an easy way to transform the energy of a room, place faux ferns on top of end tables or in corners where they fit best.

Spruce Up Your Landscaping

Landscaping is a crucial element of home decor. It’s the first impression people get when they drive past or visit your house, and it can make or break your curb appeal.

Whether starting from scratch or needing to do some essential maintenance, landscaping can be a huge undertaking. But it doesn’t have to be — especially if you keep your expectations realistic.

You can start by assessing how much work your lawn needs. Are there any spots that look particularly dry or dead? Do you need to replace any shrubs or flowers? Is the grass in good condition? If not, you may need to reseed it in the fall.

Invest In Attractive Furniture

The furniture in your home has a massive impact on how attractive it is. If you have furniture in bad shape or simply isn’t very attractive, you need to make some changes. Investing in good quality furniture will be a big help in making your home more appealing.

Your sofa is one of the essential pieces of furniture you own, so if yours isn’t great-looking, consider buying a new one from sites like Wayfair or Overstock (you can find great deals when shopping around).

Get Rid Of Anything That’s Cluttering Up A Space

One of the most common decorating mistakes is to let a single room look too cluttered. Even if you’re not trying to redo an entire house, getting rid of clutter can make any room look better.

If you are deep cleaning your home, start by getting rid of anything you haven’t used in years. See if anyone else in the family needs it; if they don’t, donate or recycle it.

A Canopy Can Be Good For Your Home

You’ve probably seen celebrity bedrooms decorated with an ornate canopy over the bed or a gauzy curtain suspended from the ceiling for an ethereal effect.

If you like this look but think it’s impractical for your home, you can still get the same vibe from hanging a plain white curtain from the ceiling and letting it pool on the floor.

Have A Good Quality Gate

The gate is often the first thing that people see when they visit a home, so it should be well-maintained and in good condition. Look for gates made from high-quality materials since this will make them more secure and longer-lasting.

Make Sure Your Flooring Is Up To Scratch

The flooring in your home is essential to ensure that it looks its best. If your floors are worn or damaged, they can give a poor impression of your property and impact its resale value. Look into replacing old carpets, lino, or tiles with something more contemporary to give your home a new lease of life.

Consider Adding An Outdoor Pool

While it may be a bit difficult to get your hands on a French chateau like the one where George Clooney and Amal Clooney spend their time, there are many things you can do to make your home more like the homes of some of your favorite celebrities.

One of the first things you can add is an outdoor pool, an iconic feature in many celebrity homes. While you may not be able to afford a massive pool that takes up half of your backyard, you can consider adding a smaller pool that is still large enough for you and your family to enjoy. It’s also possible to add other outdoor features such as a hot tub or waterfall feature.

Bottom Line: Give Your Home That Celebrity Look!

Famous people’s homes are always more luxurious than ours, but that doesn’t mean we can’t aspire to have one with a wow factor. It’s hard to believe that the most luxurious homes in Hollywood are owned by celebrities like Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Dave Stewart, and Ryan Seacrest. We’ve picked out a few of these celebrity homes as inspiration for our home décor. Who knows? Perhaps we’ll get to live in our dream home one day!

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