Oh, where do we start...
Whitney Port has opened up her California home to interior website HomePolish – and we really do love what she’s done with the place.
The Hills star shares her Venice, LA, home with her TV producer husband Tim Rosenman, who she married last year, and it’s dreamy.
The focus of Whitney’s latest home shoot is her screening room (don’t we all wish we had one of those) which she recently made over in collaboration with Homepolish. The results? Fresh blue walls, stylish mid-century modern furniture, a carefully blended selection of artwork and squashy sofas dotted with patterned cushions. In other words, our dream home decor scenario.
Though we might not all have the magnificent blank canvas of space that Whitney had to work with – and those lovely high ceilings – we can definitely lift some interior tips from the room’s cool-but-cosy look.
Though the room is packed with gorgeous homewares, Whitney told Homepolish that the rug is one of her favourite features. ‘You barely notice it now, but this room has a cement floor’ she said, ‘the rug makes for an awesome foundation and it also makes the room cozier.’
She also said she was originally going to go for wallpaper, but decided against it. ‘Orlando inspired the aqua color scheme which lightened the previous industrial vibe. We originally thought about wallpaper, but because of the high ceilings, paint was a better option.’
She’s also included lots of cool patterned details, from the cushions on the sofa to the aztec pouffe for propping your feet up while watching a movie.
Well played, Whitney. We’ll be adding these pics to our Pinterest moodboard.
The screening room might be the latest bit of her loft to get spruced up, but earlier this year Whitney shared photographers of the rest of her house on interiors website MyDomaine.com which show the rest of her pad is just as amazing.
There’s Whitney’s boudoir with its perfectly mismatched bedding.
The cool, modern kitchen.
The dining area.
With some pretty gorgeous crockery and sideboard.
A chic living area.
And then of course – no surprises – one pretty amazing wardrobe area.