Copy Cat Chic Room Redo | Exotic and Layered Den

Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Whitney Port--fashion designer, reality TV survivor, and quintessential California girl--created this LA living space when she and her fiancĂ© moved in together, and it serves as a great example of how to blend masculine and feminine styles. The contemporary chairs, inky blue couch, and sturdy coffee table mix well with the exotic textiles, colorful accents, and eclectic gallery wall. Three different kinds of plants keep things fresh while layered rugs make the space even cozier. 

Check out our other room redo based on Whitney's home here!


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This room re-do is ideal for someone who loves to travel and bring home treasures. The space seems collected over time, making it perfect for adding your own gallery wall pieces or tossing in your new favorite pillows. If you have a beloved rug that's too small for your space, try using it like the cowhide is here, layered over a natural fiber rug. I hope you're feeling as inspired as I am!


sofa $700
rug (7'6" x 9'6" - currently 70% off) $166
cowhide $199
pillow $40
art (palm) $5
art (flamingo) $75
art (Paris) $48
art (leaves) $48
planter $79

TOTAL
$2,152


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5 comments:

  1. I love it! Especially the blue sofa. For some reason I had no idea Pier One had so much furniture

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  2. Nice, but looks like Emily Henderson was her designer - alot of white.

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  3. Love! I like your gallery wall picks better actually!

    Champagne Lifestyle on a Beer Budget

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  4. I agree it looks like Emily Henderson was the designer, but I'm not seeing a lot of white. The walls are white. Nothing else is. I think what makes it look like Emily Henderson are the blue sofa, the vintage chairs, the art, and the general collected-over-time look.

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    1. Yes on the blue sofa - but I guess I mean that nearly every single design Emily does it is "white walls" lately! When I started following her, it was nice to see some "blue walls" - anything, but white! I have a new house and all the white walls drive me nuts and since I have alot of natural light, I started painting.

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