Celebrity homes can be a great source of inspiration when you’re designing a room. Not only do you get some great style tips; you get a chance to peek into a favorite actor’s life. This is Us actress Mandy Moore recently took Architectural Digest on a tour of the Mid-Century Modern home she purchased with fiancé Taylor Goldsmith. She renovated the four-bedroom Pasadena, California house designed by architect Harold Zook, and the results are incredible. The floor-to-ceiling glass walls provide amazing 360-degree views of the 1.45-acre estate, and the décor feels timeless yet fresh.
We especially love Mandy’s living room. The Mid-Century Modern furnishings complement the style of the home, and the crisp white and blue color palette is enhanced with wooden accents. If you love it, too, we’ve got the look.
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Start with a Sofa
A sleek white sofa with a Mid-Century design sets the tone in Mandy’s room. While not a perfect match, our Rocky Tufted Sofa offers the same sense of sophistication. The retro-inspired upholstery is highlighted by a sculpted wooden frame, making it Mid-Century fabulous.
Mandy uses two navy chairs in her room to provide color as well as more seating. Our Cole Blue Tufted Chairs would be a perfect choice. Offering a Mid-Century minimalist chic design, these chairs also recline, helping you to relax and freeing up floor space because they don’t require an ottoman or footstool. The walnut-finished legs complete the sophisticated style and complement the sofa frame.
Next to the sofa, Mandy uses an arc lamp to provide task lighting as well as another Mid-Century-inspired element to the space. Our Craftsman Arc Lamp would be a great choice for your room. The bronze finish adds warmth, and the design offers a sense of drama.
Mandy and her fiancé are both musicians and having a record player in the room was important to them. She uses a fabulous Mid-Century sideboard that provides surface space and storage. Our Lawlar Storage Cabinet would be a wonderful addition to this room. The white front balances the sofa, while the wood frame features the same finish as our other furnishings.
Finally, instead of a coffee table, Mandy’s room features an assortment of drum end tables and woven benches that can be put together or pulled apart and used as seating. They feature a bronze finish that plays off of the fireplace hood and brass inlays from the floors. Our Cordoba End Table would be a great choice, and its finish adds light and reflection to your room.
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