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Have you ever Googled a celebrity? Go ahead, we’ll wait. They’re gorgeous and rich, yada, yada, yada. But did you see the house they just built? It has three floors and two indoor pools, and the whole wall facing west is made of glass.

Don’t you wish you could have a house like that?

Well, maybe you can’t afford the same lavish, million-dollar design, but you can enjoy some of the same celebrity perks. Here are 3 things we can learn from celebrity home design.

 

  1. It’s All About Location

You may have noticed that most celebrities tend to live in the same places—mainly, Los Angeles or New York. This happens for a couple of reasons: one, because these places are near where they work; and two, the property values in these places go up over time.

It’s important that you live somewhere near work so that you’re not wasting your energy on the way there. In states like Texas and California, this can be hard to do, but try and aim for a home 30 minutes or less from the office. Also, keep in mind the property values for the place before you move into a new home. Ask us for help with this information.

 

  1. Simple Designs Look Expensive

Ever notice that celebrity homes have no clutter and pointless collections of stuff? Well, that’s because their homes are so big that it’s hard to fill them. But you can achieve the same look and feel with a minimalistic mindset.

Embrace white space. You don’t have to paint every wall in a room white. Try painting one wall to bring a splash of color to a room without going too far.

Buy more modern-looking furniture. Modern furniture has more clean lines, monochromatic color schemes and sleek upholstery, like leather (or, let’s be honest, pleather).

Don’t hang up too many pictures or posters. Choose one or two important works to display in each room. This will not only catch your guests’ attention right away, but it will also make your space feel simpler.

 

  1. Consult the Experts

Celebrities don’t spend millions of dollars upgrading and adding to their homes on every creative whim that hits them. They know their houses are going to be shown on TV soon, and they want to make sure everything is in style. That’s why they consult the experts.

Now, you don’t have to throw money at interior designers and architects. Knowledge on the internet is free (case in point: this article). Review the latest home trends and figure out how to DIY them.

Speaking of consulting the experts: If you’re looking to buy a new home—the celebrity home of your dreams—give us a call today.