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Get the Look: Kendall Jenner’s Los Angeles Home

By now, you’ve probably seen Kendall Jenner’s Los Angeles home tour in Architectural Digest, which was released this summer. While many people expected the supermodel to have a flashy, opulent home, her renovated space was actually quite subdued and serene. In fact, Jenner said her big goals for her home were to feel peaceful and calm in the space—in stark contrast to the busyness and hustle of the rest of her life.

Frankly, we were swooning over her Spanish bungalow home, with its farmhouse and eclectic antique vibes. Designed by Kathleen and Tommy Clements and Waldo Fernandez, Jenner’s home underwent a year of renovations. Jenner wanted to celebrate the existing character of the home while bringing in elements that suited her lifestyle—like transforming two of the five bedrooms into a “glam room” and fitting room.

She added other doses of personality throughout her home, too—specifically through her use of antiques and pop art, which create some really fun contrast. Bright pop art, along with a James Turrell ovoid wall sculpture, which features shifting, computer-programmed LED lights, contrast with the vintage pieces and more formal style of her living room. And in her bedroom, a neon Tracey Emin sculpture sits opposite a pair of 18th-century Italian painted door panels that her mother, Kris Jenner, gave her. It’s an interesting mix of pieces that we wouldn’t have thought to combine (even her designers were skeptical) but it really works in her space!

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Luxuries aside, much of her LA home’s style is actually very approachable. In fact, it embodies a look that you could easily bring into your own home. (Who doesn’t need some extra doses of peace and calm in their homes right now?) If you want some ideas of how to get the Kendall Jenner home design style in your own space, read on. We’ve reimagined a few rooms in her home, full of products you can shop today.

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Get The Look: Kendall’s Living Room

Kendall Jenner’s living room shows off an interesting contrast of eclecticism and symmetry—resulting in a space of casual formality. Matching sofas sitting opposite each other establish this more formal vibe—but a mix of vintage patterned pillows, eclectic art and decor, and mismatched side tables and stools give the space a more casual air.

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Think in layers. To get this look, work from the ground up. This look is all about layered textures, and rugs are a great place to start. Go for a large flatweave rug, and layer a plush, shag rug over it for some extra coziness underfoot. Mix this with plush slipcovered sofas, then add in stools, poufs, and pillows for that eclectic touch.

Balance symmetry with eclecticism. To really pull off this look, invest in a pair of matching sofas, then bring in some eclectic elements. Jenner has a lot of antiques and vintage textiles in her home, from furniture to her throw pillows, which bring in that eclectic air. But you can get that eclectic edge without scouring flea markets and antique shops, if that’s not your vibe. Simply look for a mix of textures and patterns in pillows and accent furniture, and bring in some personality through your artwork!

Add depth with earth tones and natural materials. While, overall, Kendall Jenner’s design style is pretty neutral, bring in pops of earth tones and rustic wood tones for added depth. Rich and bold patterns—in pillows, the rugs, and even artwork—will bring even more life to this look.

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Kendall Jenner home design styleGet The Look: Kendall’s Office

Kendall Jenner’s office features a very interesting mix of classic shapes and antique elements, with pops of color, a splash of glam, and organic forms. The result, once again, is a beautifully eclectic space that we sure wouldn’t mind working in!

Kendall Jenner home design style

How to Get the Look:

Mix organic forms with classic pieces. While the desk in this office is very classic in form and style, the flanking cabinets and the accent chair are quite organic in shape. Mixing these two styles iresults in a very approachable kind of eclecticism.

Go high-contrast. This office features a high-contrast black and white palette, with dark furniture against white walls. A bold vintage rugs with saturated earthy colors helps to bring warmth to this high-contrast space.

Add in some glam touches. Touches of glam will really elevate the space. You can bring in these moments of glam through pop art (which is a big part of Kendall Jenner’s look) and in your use of textures and materials like velvet and marble.

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Get The Look: Kendall’s Dining Room

We’re in love with the rustic, antique vibes of Kendal Jenner’s dining room. The table and chairs set-up feels like you’re dining in an old Italian villa—but the gallery wall perfectly modernizes the look while adding a delightful eclectic touch to the space.

Kendall Jenner home design style

How to Get the Look:

Go for an “old world chic” look. The foundation of this look is one of rustic warmth. Opt for a dining room table and chairs in rustic, natural wood to set the tone. But, to keep this look from skewing too classical, we opted for dining chairs made in a rustic material but with a more trendy and modern form.

Embrace a variety of textures and wood finishes. Mixing natural wood pieces in various tones adds a lot of depth to this look. The dining room table and chairs are both darker woods, but are actually slightly different finishes. Meanwhile, the console table and extra chairs at the back of the room are in a lighter finish, which adds nice contrast to the space. The console table also features a few decorative accessories that have an earthy vibe and are rich in texture, which adds more nuance and depth to the space.

Hang a gallery wall. To balance out the more rustic and formal elements in this dining room, hang an eclectic gallery wall. Use a mix of photography and paintings for a mixed media look—and even consider mixing old and new pieces. This will bring a good dose of personality and modernity to the space.

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Kendall Jenner home design styleGet The Look: Kendall’s Bedroom

Kendall Jenner’s bedroom is all about peace and simplicity. She wanted this space to be a true retreat from the hectic hustle of life. This space really embraces minimalism, but layered textiles and wood tones makes it feel warm and inviting.

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How to Get the Look:

Keep it minimal. This bedroom is all about simplicity, so we went very minimal in the decor. There’s no artwork on the walls, and the nightstands really only have the lamps and some fresh flowers. (Though the form of the lamps adds a fun element!) White bedding—along with a white accent chair and storage bench—create a peaceful, zen vibe. A low, upholstered bed adds a soft and grounding touch to the space.

Go for a symmetrical layout. While much of Kendal Jenner’s home has an approachable eclectic style, opting for a more traditional, symmetrical layout in the bedroom adds to the zen feel of this space.

Add depth through earthy colors and natural materials. Since so much of this room is simple and light, the rich wood nightstand really pops, without overpowering the room. A washed-out vintage-inspired rug also adds some subtle color in earthy tones, as does the throw at the end of the bed.

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20 Creative Ways to Add Seating to Your Bedroom

The master bedroom is our own private oasis at home where we get to relax in the evenings and greet the day each morning. The bedroom is usually the coziest room in the house—and a great way to make it even more comfortable is to add a bedroom seating area! If you want your bedroom to serve multiple functions, sitting areas are a great solution to incorporate furniture options that maximize use of the space.

With so much going on in the house, your bedroom is a retreat and relaxing space. It’s kind of like the “weekend” of the home—a space you go to unwind at the end of the workday. So it makes sense that it’s important to have additional bedroom seating, whether it’s for reading a book, doing crossword puzzles, watching a show, or just having a quiet moment to yourself.

How do I incorporate seating in my master bedroom?

There are many ways to create a sitting space in your bedroom! You’ll want to think about what your needs are, the size and shape of your bedroom, if you can make use of home furniture you already own, and other factors to come up with a bedroom design plan. To help you start brainstorming, we rounded-up 20 ways to add a seating area to your master bedroom! Read on to get ideas for your home.

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Seating for Two With a View

This type of sitting area feels casual and lounge-like—it’s a great idea for spaces that can accommodate larger furniture. The setup provides a perfect place to enjoy morning coffee, read a book or just relax in the sunlight. It’s good for couples who might want two different places to hang out, separately or together. It’s also a great idea for large bedroom layouts—the seating area is part of the bedroom but also feels like it’s own space.

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Cozy & Compact

This look features a small armchair tucked into the corner. It creates a cozy sitting area even though there isn’t a ton of space here—and with the bookcase it makes a good reading nook. There is also additional seating at the foot of the bed, and the footstools can be used to set blankets, put on your shoes, or prop up your feet while you read! This shows how you can make a little extra furniture go a long way.

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Simple & Streamlined

This master bedroom features a long bench for a sitting area at the end of the bed. It adds a polishing touch and helps to make the bed look finished since there is no footboard. The bench doesn’t take up much space and can be used to lay out outfits or keep blankets and throw pillows. A bench like this is so versatile, it can be added to a variety of different bed styles.

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A Place to Read

Sometimes all the extra furniture you need is a single seat beside the bed. This sitting area is great for reading and relaxing in the master bedroom. It doesn’t take up much space and is great for a smaller bedroom where you want another option for your bedroom sitting area. Instead of a whole bookcase, it is paired with a basket to stash books/blankets—and it has a floor lamp for great reading light.

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Bedside Manners

We love this sophisticated bedroom seating idea featuring a bedside chair and martini table. It adds a place to sit, drink coffee or tea, and get lost in a good book. This is a very elegant look and it fits into the whole design of the master bedroom. It’s great for those who prefer a more traditional setup or have a smaller space to work with. However, it’s not ideal if you are a couple and want a sitting area you can use simultaneously.

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Up On A Throne

This master bedroom seating idea is fun and functional! It turns the bedroom into a stylish, multipurpose space by incorporating a shelf. The space can be used as a work area or a vanity and doesn’t take up nearly as much room as a full furniture piece would. It’s not loungeable seating, so it won’t work for those who want a plush and cozy reading chair. But it’s great as a trendy sitting area that makes excellent use of a small space. And we are super into the mid-century modern/contemporary stylings happening here.

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Tucked Away

If you want to make use of an awkward nook or unusual space in your master bedroom, this type of sitting area is great! It uses a versatile stool tucked under a window shelf and can function as a desk or makeshift vanity space. It won’t work as a lazy reading nook, but it’s a casual, functional and inexpensive way to incorporate a desk/vanity into a smaller bedroom! The minimal-contemporary style keeps the bedroom looking crisp and uncluttered and you can save on floor space by tucking the stool under the shelf when not in use!

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End-Of-The-Bed Sofa

Placing a bench or footstool at the end of a bed is a common choice, but, if you have the room, why not make it a sofa? This sitting area at the footboard of this bed features a sophisticated loveseat with stools that you can use as footrests and coffee tables. It offers ample seating for two, fits right into the glamorous style, and makes great use of the long bedroom space.

Keep in mind that this idea takes up more space and isn’t quite as versatile as chairs (i.e. the sofa can’t be as easily moved to another position). Master bedroom sitting areas like this feel more formal and almost create a small living room area in your bedroom. This look is more of an investment, but a lovely option for a sitting area in the bedroom if you have the space.

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Bench With A View

Placing a long and narrow bench under the window of this bedroom is a perfect way to create a functional sitting area. It offers a lot of surface seating and can be much more versatile and less expensive than an armchair. Although, it’s not furniture you can lean back in and lounge/read, it’s a space-saving and convenient addition. This bench fits perfectly into this contemporary bedroom design but benches are easy to incorporate into almost any bedroom style.

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The Trendy Side Chair

If you really need to maximize space in your master bedroom, you can add a single dining chair next to your nightstand for a simple, understated reading nook. It’s not meant for hours of lounging, but it’s a trendy way to offer a practical seating area and a cool aesthetic to your bedroom. This type of seating feels casual, doesn’t take up much space at all and makes a very simple, affordable addition to a bedroom.

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Loveseat Oasis

This bedroom features a cozy loveseat tucked under windows for a relaxing sitting area. You definitely need extra floor space to make this setup work. It offers ample seating for one or two people as long as you have enough room to make sure it’s not crowded in with the bed. A loveseat adds comfort and makes a master bedroom more of a multipurpose area! It’s a great option for those who spend a lot of time in the bedroom.

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The Corner Nook

We love this classic reading nook in the window. It can only seat one, so it’s not the best choice for couples—but if you only need one chair and one nightstand, this layout is ideal. It features a floor lamp for extra reading light, natural light from the windows, and a large armchair + ottoman in the corner. This type of sitting area feels casual and adds a cozy element to the bedroom.

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One Pouf, Two Pouf

This look offers a trendy take on having a bench at the foot of the bed by using two poufs instead. Having two poufs in complementary styles but totally different looks is a great way to add character to a neutral color design, or bedroom with minimalist style. They are super versatile and you can move them around wherever needed. It’s a very casual and fun seating idea! The seats are soft and comfy and make an inexpensive addition to small bedrooms.

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Solo Seating

For solo seating, we love this simple dining style chair on the side of the room. It’s practical for those who have an occasional need to sit or set things down (i.e. clothes and bags that you don’t want to toss on the floor!). It is more for aesthetic value since it’s not super functional like a lounge chair. This is great if you have an extra dining chair you don’t use and need to give it a new home (you can easily pull it back into the dining room when hosting large dinner parties). This type of seating can feel casual or more formal depending on the chair style, but it’s a simple, understated look all around.

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Chaise Style

Who doesn’t love a chaise lounge for reading and relaxing? This large chaise is placed on one side of the bedroom and makes a perfect lazy lounge area. Bear in mind that it’s a large piece of furniture that takes up significant space, however! And it’s only a one-seater, but if you have pets or kids who love to snuggle with you while you read or have your morning coffee, it is a great choice. This type of seating is less formal because it’s all about providing maximum comfort and casual chill-out vibes.

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Formal Proportions

If you want to try something unique for your master bedroom seating, consider this look! The two modern and comfy chairs fit proportionally with the width of the bed, creating a lovely space for two people to sit and chat or relax. It’s great for medium and smaller bedrooms because the chairs don’t take up a ton of space. It feels plush and comfy, but the symmetry makes it elegant and formal so it can blend into a variety of styles!

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Bay Windows For Two

These two identical armchairs in the bay window of the bedroom are great for bedrooms with an awkward nook, unused inlet, or bay window. The nook creates a more private bedroom sitting area that is great for intimate conversations, reading, or just hanging out in the sunlight! This type of seating offers comfy furniture to lounge in and is really easy to add to a bedroom layout like this.

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Nightstand Seating

This look features consoles used as nightstands for a smart and subdued way to add seating in your bedroom. It’s an awesome idea for maximizing floor space because it allows seating to be tucked away under the “desk.” That way you have an upholstered bench, a desk and a nightstand on each side of the bed. It’s a trendy, compact and casual seating area that can be used as a writing desk, sitting area to put shoes on, makeshift vanity space, and more. This is a great idea if you’re looking for an alternative to nightstands!

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Elevated Bench

This bench at the end of the bed is different from common options for a bedroom because it has a back and arms. As a seating area, it’s way more comfortable and formal than a typical bench. It’s a great idea for casual sitting at the end of the bed and it feels informal but still offers an elegant and sophisticated look to the room. The pouf offers a place to prop up feet—or you can even use it as a side table.

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Rest and Retreat

If you have lots of extra space in your bedroom, consider these large upholstered armchairs. Placed in the bay window, they offer seating for two and each person has their own large chair to kick back and get comfy in. It’s great for morning coffee, reading, and enjoying the natural light. A shared side table and pouf offer additional surface area and comfort. This type of seating is super plush and relaxing, as long as you have the room for furniture pieces like this!

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Here’s How Baby Sussex’s Royal Nursery Might Look

royal nursery meghan markleHere at Modsy, we love the Royal Family as much as anyone and are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Baby Sussex. While we may not get a personal tour of the royal nursery at Frogmore Cottage, we can still dream up what it might look like.

If you haven’t noticed by now, we love reimagining the interiors of iconic TV shows and movies and were excited to tackle some designs for Harry and Meghan. We tasked our team to come up with nursery designs from the style point of view of Meghan, Harry, Kate Middleton, and of course the Queen.

Keep scrolling to see what the newest royal nursery might look like!

royal nursery meghan markleMeghan Markle’s Royal Nursery Design

Paying homage to Meghan’s California upbringing and time spent as an actress in Hollywood, we imagined her nursery design style would be casual and easy. Her version of the royal nursery is a space that feels put together yet effortless. Slightly modern and chic pieces are balanced by an eclectic edge in this dreamy neutral space.

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royal nursery prince harryPrince Harry’s Royal Nursery Design

Harry is known for his wild, playful side, which was our inspiration for his version of the royal nursery. The space is full of pieces that reflect his fun, youthful energy as well as some that feel more masculine and British, as well as a few nods to his polo days.

We also tried to incorporate his love for travel in the design. We thought Harry would definitely want to create a space that would inspire his new baby to travel and explore.

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royal nursery queen elizabethQueen Elizabeth II’s Royal Nursery Design

A fresh take on classic English cottage style, Queen Elizabeth’s design was inspired by the English countryside. The cottage style take on the nursery is sweet and inviting with elegant details. Also, if it’s not obvious, any room designed by the Queen would need a Corgi!

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royal nursery kate middletonKate Middleton’s Royal Nursery Design

Kate’s design reflects her fashion sense – effortlessly tailored and always on-trend. Kate’s design for the royal nursery takes a fresh approach to classic, contemporary style.

But as a mum of young ones herself, Kate knows the necessary and perfect pieces to include in such a special space.

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Here’s How the Will and Grace Apartment Would Look in 2018

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Will & Grace season 10 is just around the corner (Mark your calendars for October 4th). And while Will’s home got a refresh for the show’s season 9 reboot, we wanted to give it a proper Modsy makeover and take the design one step further

We’d like to imagine a world where Will no longer lived in his iconic NYC apartment, and instead maybe Grace, Jack or Karen moved in. We wondered how the space might look if Grace had helped with the redesign efforts since, of course, Grace knows best.

Peek inside our 2018 take on the Will and Grace apartment, as styled for Jack, Karen, and Grace.

Will and Grace apartmentJack’s Take

There’s no denying Jack has expensive taste. Turns out he already owned a handful of iconic pieces, like the Swan chair and Nelson pendants, which we wouldn’t think of replacing. In his 2018 apartment, we wanted his personality and style to shine, so we mixed some of those iconic pieces in with new colors, textures, and patterns.

Jack’s original apartment was quite bold and small. To preserve his penchant for bright colors, we painted the space in a coat of Steamed Spinach from Benjamin Moore and reupholstered his Swan chair in an aqua fabric. We kept the fun retro vibe from his original space but amped it up with velvet dining chairs, funky pillows, and a faux fur white pouf.  

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As we know, Jack loves to gossip, which he’ll be doing while lounging in the most expensive piece in the room: the MR Chaise from Design Within Reach. It’s a timeless piece that’s extremely comfortable. He also will enjoy sitting around the Saarinen Tulip dining table in the Avery velvet dining chairs, which paired together create the perfect balance of edgy minimalism.  

Want this look in your own home? If you aren’t afraid of loud colors but don’t want the space to feel overwhelming, throwing in sleek and minimal pieces into the mix help balance everything out.

Will and Grace apartmentGrace’s Take

Grace has a loud personality and we think she would have brought that into her space through bold textures, prints, patterns and color. As an interior designer, she would have been extremely detail-oriented, especially when choosing wallpaper, lighting, and finishes. To give her take on the apartment a more 2018 vibe, we refreshed the palette and brought in more risky elements, like the eclectic art and printed fabrics.

Will and Grace apartment

We have to imagine Grace’s Modsy style would have been a Classic Collector. All about mixing classic formal with eclectic touches, can’t you see her obsessing over that Tibetan tiger rug?

Want to recreate this look? Opt for bold statement pieces and pair them with subtle printed fabrics. Don’t be afraid of art, and try to incorporate pieces from different genres to really highlight the eclectic vibes.

Will and Grace apartmentKaren’s Take

We mixed a lot of rich colors, animal prints, and velvets to create Karen’s take on the Will and Grace apartment. The space features a glam-forward style to highlight her fierce sense of fashion and luxurious lifestyle.

Karen’s love for the finer things in life really shines through with bold, trendy statement pieces. We painted the walls to Grapy, a deep purple-gray from Sherwin-Williams for a moody, dramatic touch to reflect Karen’s personality.

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Karen would be extra fond of the bold, Green Velvet Layla Chanel Tufted Sofa and Marissa Coffee Table from Horchow and Modern Seven Branching Chandelier from France & Son.

Want this look in your space? Keep it dramatic and bold – just like Karen would! Think statement chandelier, a velvet sofa, a sculptural coffee table… all pieces that really pop in any space.

 

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Explore Frasier’s Seattle Apartment, Reimagined for 2018

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“So what do you think of what I’ve done with the place?” Frasier Crane asks his father of his new Seattle apartment. “You know, every item here was carefully selected. The lamp by Corbu, this chair by Eames, and this couch is an exact replica of the one Coco Chanel had in her Paris atelier.”

Looking back at Dr. Frasier Crane’s amazing Seattle digs, we have to admit that his tastes in interior design was ahead of his time. He filled his space with modern pieces that blended a minimal aesthetic with contemporary design. As a result, Frasier’s apartment was way ahead of the mid-century modern trend that is so popular today.

With rumblings about a Frasier reboot underway, and the 25th anniversary of the show’s premiere just around the corner, we couldn’t resist imagining what his iconic apartment might look like today. Just like the apartment from Friends, Carrie Bradshaw’s NYC pad, and even the Golden Girls’ Miami beach house, keep scrolling to see how we styled Frasier’s apartment in Modsy 3D.

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Frasier’s Apartment, Redesigned for 2018

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For this 2018 take on a tv show interior we all know and love, we wanted to depict Frasier’s apartment as it might have been a good many years after the show’s finale. We imagined Frasier’s career would have remained steady over time and he would have kept his bachelor pad overlooking over the Seattle skyline.

Frasier’s style in 2018 is really no different than his style in the early 90’s. Always a collector of quirky objects and iconic furniture, Frasier’s apartment is familiar but a bit more refined. 

Frasier's apartment

Preserving Frasier’s iconic style was a very important part of redesigning his space for 2018. Many of the original elements remain, like the beautiful woodwork inlay.

A few key updates we’ve made to the bones of his apartment reflect Frasier’s masculine-eclectic taste, but translate it for today. Terrazzo replaces the concrete tiles on the facade of his statement fireplace. Additionally, black marble replaces the original carpet, which gives the space a subtle edge and dramatic elegance. 

Frasier's apartment

We made Frasier’s beloved Wassily chair a core part of the living room. In loving memory of Marty we included a Milo Baughman recliner from Design Within Reach that we think Frasier would have selected to stand in place of his father’s trusted, duck-taped armchair. Near the windows we kept Frasier’s iconic Eames lounge, as it’s a classic staple of comfortable, minimal style.

A few of his new favorite pieces would be this sculptural Perigold coffee table that calls upon the whimsey of the original living room centerpiece, and bold art prints from Natural Curiosities.

 

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Redesigning Catherine Giudici Lowe’s Dining Room

catherine lowe dining roomWe’re big fans of Bachelor Nation here at Modsy HQ. In October of 2017 we helped Jade and Tanner design their daughter’s nursery and last month we transformed Catherine Giudici Lowe’s dining room from rustic to minimal and chic.

Peek inside her design transformation and see how she went from render to reality.

catherine loweFrom Rustic to Glam

When the rustic dining room no longer matched her style

In an exclusive interview with People magazine, Catherine noted that she wanted to redecorate her dining room because it no longer reflected the style she wanted for the space.  Just like people, styles evolve and Catherine was ready to “punch it up a little bit.”

“Everything was very muted in color,” Catherine said of her original rustic and cozy dining space. “I just think that someone’s design style should be representative of them. I’m a very comfortable person who enjoys being on the sofa with my family. I also have a personality where it’s a little spunky and a little bit of design-heavy. So I wanted [the dining room] to really be a representation of that part of me.”

catherine loweReimagining The Space

Finding a look that worked for the whole family

Catherine describes her style as “minimal glam” and says she often finds herself drawn to bold statements with a minimal aesthetic.

First, she swapped out the upholstered chairs for curvaceous velvet ones with gold legs. To give the room a more modern feel, she traded in the wooden table for a glass one.

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But style wasn’t the only factor that played a role in her redesign. Catherine and Sean are parents to two adorable kiddos, and they wanted to make sure their new dining space was functional for the whole family.

“The dining room is where you eat meals with your family,” Catherine stated. She knew she wanted to create a space that they all could enjoy and that would be the perfect setting for family dinners and conversation.

To help make the space more kid-friendly, we suggested she mount a wooden cabinet on the wall with a gold tray on top to store their spirits. This is a great way to keep the room’s function but in a way that is safe for the little ones. “You know, I don’t want my two-year-old to get in the bar area.”

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What’s next on the home design horizon

What’s next on the list for Catherine? She and Sean have plans to redo their master bedroom, but not until Isaiah moves into the nursery.

“[Our dining room] is kind of the trailblazer of the house right now,” she says. And while the new look is quite a contrast from the rest of her space, Catherine notes “that’s where I want my home to go—in the direction of an artful space that works and is functional for my family, but makes a statement.”

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Yada Yada Yada – Reimagining the Seinfeld Apartment for 2018

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Time flies when you’re doing nothing, or watching a show about nothing as the case may be. On July 5th, a whopping twenty nine years ago, Seinfeld aired it’s premiere episode on NBC. 

To celebrate the show’s anniversary, we turned our design team’s energy towards one of the show’s main hubs – Jerry Seinfeld’s NYC apartment.

Just as we did for Monica’s purple pad in Friends, and Carrie’s junior one bedroom from Sex and the City, we set out to re-imagine what the Seinfeld apartment might look like if the quirky cast of characters – Jerry, Elaine, George and of course, Kramer – lived there today.

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Jerry’s TakeSeinfeld apartment

As a neatfreak and ardent germaphobe, we knew 2018 Jerry would still want a clean, crisp and comfortable space to call home. We couldn’t see today’s Jerry embracing huge design changes, so our 2018 take feels familiar to the original space, but with a modern update.

Contemporary Minimalist with a masculine twist, Jerry’s style is clean and comfortable. His furniture sports straight lines and right angles, and keeps to a palette of greys, blues, and greens. We imagined his favorite pieces would be the no-frills sofa (note the pee-stain free seat cushion).

Jerry’s space is also peppered with surprises and mementos from some of our favorite episodes. In addition to the classic car artwork and sneakers by the door, we also snuck in his famous fur coat, fusilli Jerry pasta statue, and tacked a few Superman goodies on the fridge. We also paid homage to Jerry’s bright green bike, VHS tape collection and frequent newspaper/magazines on his table.

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SWIPE THROUGH JERRY’S TAKE ON THE SEINFELD APARTMENT

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Although we’re not quite sure how Jerry would feel about her taking over his lease (or anyone for that matter), we do know that Elaine would’ve had a very different approach to designing the Seinfeld apartment. While her original decor scheme was pretty quirky, we thought Elaine would have matured and brought a more refined touch to her 2018 apartment.

For her new space, we thought Elaine’s Modsy style would be Modern Rustic. Think classic and comfortable pieces with rustic accents. 2018 Elaine might have outgrown the frumpiness of her 90’s pad but her love of colorful and eclectic things would have endured. Elaine’s apartment would have come together slowly, through purchases she made over time, so her space lacks any sense of cohesive matchy-matchy-ness.

Some of our favorite Elaine easter eggs? Her goldfish still sitting in a plastic bag on the counter all these years later, the scandalous Christmas card on her desk, and Puddy’s Magic 8 ball jacket hanging on her coat rack are just a few.

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We’re not exactly sure how George got his apartment to look this good, but we’re pretty sure he didn’t do it on his own. Maybe it’s the result of a design-savvy girlfriend (or an interior designer he hired to impress a girlfriend). But from the looks of his 2018 apartment, George finally succeeded at becoming an architect (or impersonating one).

His style is what Modsy calls Inviting Industrial, and consists of comfortable pieces with minimal and masculine accents. George’s favorite piece? Aside from his self portrait, we think he would have loved the drafting table (to look at, not to use of course).

And what would George Costanza’s apartment be without a few fun memories? To pay homage to this iconic character, we had to include a festivus pole, a stray pastrami sandwich, and a bowl of cocktail shrimp among other goodies.

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Just like the kooky character himself, our approach to Kramer’s apartment was weird and wild. His style is what Modsy calls Rustic Traveler – gone wild, and was largely inspired by the tropical patterns and colors of the Hawaiian shirts he often wore during the series.

Not one to frequent Crate & Barrel or Pottery Barn, we imagined Kramer swinging into a thrift store for an orange papasan chair (his favorite place to recline after a long indoor hot tub soak) or picking up a vintage trunk coffee table on the side of the road.

Of course, we couldn’t design Kramer’s space without bringing his coffee table book to life, which sits on top of his real coffee table. Additionally, Kramer’s 2018 apartment features a box of his favorite cigars, Assman license plate, his priceless self portrait, and his screen door addition.

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Mandy Moore's new home

Get the Look of Mandy Moore’s New Midcentury Chic Home

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Terrazzo fireplace? Check. A pantry you could easily mistake for an art installation? Check. Brass finishes everywhere? Check. If you haven’t guessed, these are just a few of the swoon-worthy elements inside Mandy Moore’s new home, the cover feature of the Architectural Digest July-August issue.

Mandy purchased the home, which was originally built in 1950 by architect Harold Zook, with her fiancé Taylor Goldsmith in January of 2017. And after over a year of renovations (peek the house pre-Mandy here) the couple is finally moving in to the new space.

Mandy Moore's new homeTo transform the space, Mandy teamed up with designer Sarah Sherman Samuel and architect Emily Farnham. Together they stripped the pad of several awkward 90s architectural additions but kept the original quirky elements, like that copper fireplace hood. The style? Let’s call it mid-century chic with a California twist.

Are you drooling yet? Because Mandy Moore’s new home is basically the mid-century mansion of our dreams, we teamed up with our friends at Clever to reimagine the space with furniture you can buy online and get the look in your own space.

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What are we crushing on the most in Mandy’s eclectic, mid-century living room? The mashup of all kinds of materials that turn the space into a textural wonderland.

From the blue velvet chairs, to the woven leather bench, and even the exposed brick partition… The design teases at the home’s mid-century roots without feeling too steeped in any one decade.

Want to take Mandy Moore’s new living room look home?

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SOFA | RUG | BENCH | ARMCHAIRS | COFFEE TABLE | TABLE LAMP | CREDENZA | WALL ART | FLOOR LAMP

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In case Mandy’s first living room didn’t strike your fancy, you can get the look of her second living space. (Although if it were up to us, we’d take both)

Living room number two features a more traditional layout. The tall and tapered mid-century legs on the sofa and chairs strike the perfect balance against the more visually dense base of the drum coffee table.

Style your space like Mandy’s!

We swapped in a few more budget-friendly alternatives into our version of Mandy’s second living space, which you can shop below or try on in your 3D room with Modsy.

SOFA | ARMCHAIRS | COFFEE TABLE | FLOOR LAMP | ACCENT TABLE | STOOL | BOWL | RUG | BENCH

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Guest Bedroom

Sometimes the key to a great bedroom is as simple as a knockout bed frame. One of three guest rooms in Mandy Moore’s new home, the leather and wood number in this space is a real show stopper.

And while she’s not short on square footage, Mandy isn’t afraid to utilize a small space hack. For example, the wall-mounted brass sconce provides the perfect nighttime reading light but takes up zero space on the nightstand. Stars – they’re just like us!

See your bedroom outfitted in Mandy’s look or shop the pieces below!

BED FRAME | RUG | SIDE TABLE | DUVET COVER | SCONCE | WALL ART I | WALL ART II | WALL ART III | PILLOWS

PS – Mandy, if you’re looking for guests who can appreciate an out-of-this world bedroom, we’d be happy to help!

 

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Carrie Bradshaw's Apartment

Here’s How Carrie Bradshaw’s Apartment From Sex and the City Would Look Today

20 years ago on June 6th, 1998 Sex and the City premiered on HBO. (Does that make anyone else feel old?) After the series wrapped and added two movies, we’re still not quite over Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment.

Second only to Monica’s purple apartment from Friends, Carrie’s junior one bedroom stands out as one of the most iconic apartments from TV history.

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To celebrate the show’s 20th anniversary, we took the bones of her Upper East Side abode (pre its 2008 makeover) and reimagined how it might have looked if the series took place today. (Although we’d keep Carrie’s rent from the 90s because…a girl can dream, right?).

But is it really a Sex and the City tribute if we don’t include the whole gang? We didn’t think so, so we set out to design Bradshaw’s apartment for each of our favorite characters – Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte too.

See how we reimagined Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment for 2018!

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Carrie Bradshaw was a style icon, a relationship aficionado, and always armed with the perfect one-liner. And while her outfits were ever-changing and always fabulous, her apartment remained largely the same over the show’s tenure.

Bradshaw’s apartment, unlike her wardrobe, had a lived-in and relatable quality that reminded many of us of our own homes. It wasn’t always perfectly tidy and it featured an eclectic mix of furniture styles – think flea market chic alongside mid-century modern furniture.

As a nod to the 60’s era mid-century pieces that populated Carrie’s original apartment, her new place features pieces with modern shapes.

We kept the palette mostly true to her original space. But we know Carrie wasn’t afraid of color. A bright blue sofa anchors her living room and serves as reference to her later movie makeover wall color.

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Carrie’s Modsy Style: Mod Collector

Of course we had to give Carrie a desk that would keep her inspired. We thought this might be the one piece she would splurge a few paychecks on, so we picked a beautiful burl wood table that lends warmth and texture to her space.

We knew Carrie’s taste in art would have been as eclectic as her. So, we chose one statement piece and hung it off-center above her bed. In her original apartment, she had a similarly hung trio of prints. No plants take up space in Carrie’s place. She hated having things in her space that might die if not regularly maintained.

An updated take on the Aiden chair, we gave her new place a similar worn leather, mid-century inspired chair.

Finally, what would Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment be without the iconic tutu, her Carrie necklace, to-go coffee, cigarettes, and her Vogue magazines?

Try Carrie’s look in your home today!

Samantha’s TakeCarrie Bradshaw's Apartment – Samantha

Samantha Jones is a proud, confident, and no BS kind of lady. We styled her take on Carrie’s apartment with a minimal glam approach. We wanted the apartment to reflect Samantha’s unapologetic love of sex and portray her as the strong, classy person she was.

The apartment is clean and almost minimal, but at the same time bold and dramatic. We thought Samantha would appreciate a full sensory experience, so we picked pieces that would appeal to both the eye and the touch. We mixed materials like leather, velvet, fur, and gold for a glamorous and moody space to entertain (and we don’t mean the cheese and crackers kind of entertaining).

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Samantha’s Modsy Style: Less is More Chic

Unlike her friends, Samantha lived in New York’s up-and-coming Meatpacking District. If she were to make the move to Carrie’s Upper East Side digs, we thought she’d appreciate the addition of the fireplace and dark charcoal paint job to give a her place a little more edge.  

We kept the space where you’d typically find a coffee table, to give Samantha space for other activities. Additionally, on the shelf above her bed we gave her a tasteful ginger jar full of condoms.

We thought Samantha’s favorite piece in her new place would by far be the curvaceous, green velvet sofa. Like the diamond flower ring she acquires in the first Sex and the City Movie, it’s truly “one of a kind, and a little bit too much.”

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We know that Charlotte would bring her discerning eye to Carrie’s apartment. We pegged her as a Refined Connoisseur, a mix of all things classic with a minimal twist. A curator by nature, we selected an elegant blend of pieces, all displaying a tastefully conservative palette.

We imagined Charlotte would want her home to be a place where she could comfortably entertain (and we mean cheese and crackers, but you know, the artisanal kind). Her living room features a simple conversational layout and is notably TV-free (we can’t imagine Charlotte being the type to “Netflix and chill”).

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Charlotte’s Modsy Style: Refined Connoisseur

As a leading lady in the art world, we gave special consideration to the artwork in her place. We gave her a few statement pieces around the apartment, works she might have picked up in her time at the gallery.

Her desk, a clear glass with gold accents, is as much of a statement piece as Charlotte would allow. It would be a place for her to keep up with her social correspondences and browse eligible bachelors on Match .com.

See Charlotte’s look in your home today!

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We imagined that no-nonsense Miranda would want an apartment that gets the job done. We thought her straightforward sensibility was well represented by our Contemporary Minimalist style.

When designing her space we opted for quality, lasting pieces that don’t have a lot of frills. Miranda had a lawyer’s salary but not a lot of time. So we took her shopping at places like Pottery Barn and Crate & Barrel.

Her take on Carrie’s apartment pulls from her original apartment’s color palette of greys, greens, and purples. To give it a modern edge we limited the pops of color to the accessories and gave her a lot of grey and neutral furniture.

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Miranda’s Modsy Style: Contemporary Minimalist

Instead of a desk we thought Miranda would be more apt to work on her depositions (or daydream about running for governor) from her sofa and eat Chinese takeout off the coffee table.

We also brought over the feminine undertones in her floral art to her new space with updated transitional floral pieces.

See Miranda’s look in your space!

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Friends Apartment – Monica and Chandler

Where Are They Now? Reimagining the Iconic Friends Apartment for 2018

Does anyone else feel like it was just yesterday that we were watching the series finale of Friends? It might seem crazy, but it’s been a whopping 14 years since the show’s finale aired, on May 6, 2004. Time flies when you’re watching Friends reruns! But who’s counting, anyway? To celebrate the show’s 14th anniversary, our Modsy design team re-imaged how the iconic Friends apartment might look today.

When we last saw them, all six of our friends were turning in the keys to that purple apartment and heading their separate ways. The greatest question left unanswered at the end of the show? Sorry Ross and Rachel, we’re most curious about what happened to that purple apartment?

What would the space look like today? To celebrate the show’s 14th anniversary (and to satisfy some of these burning questions) we signed the gang up for a Modsy design package and got to work designing the iconic Friends apartment in Modsy 3D.

See how we reimagined the Friends apartment for 2018.

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When we last saw them, Monica and Chandler were happily married and raising their adopted twins, Jack and Erica. But what if they hadn’t decided to move out of the city? Would their apartment still sport those purple walls and eclectic mix of furnishings? If we had to guess, Monica and Chandler would have kept the original style of the place, but given it an upgrade.

Their style in Modsy’s terms? Our money is on Rustic Warmth. A look blends contemporary furniture with rustic accents, we think this Modsy style would appeal to Monica’s eclectic taste and Chandler’s need for comfort.

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We updated the walls to a neutral color but kept a purple accent wall to pay homage to the space’s history. Monica still likes a more eclectic space, and the pair kept some of their favorite pieces from the “good old days.” (Can you spot the Laurel & Hardy poster, Rachel’s Jouets print, and the famous pickle jar?)

The apartment’s new look shows off Monica’s penchant for plants, comfy furniture, and eclectic accessories. But it has been 14 years so she and Chandler worked together to create a home that reflects them as a couple.

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But we all know what really happened in the series finale. Monica and Chandler moved with their adopted twins to a home in Westchester. And it’s not too much of a stretch to assume Rachel might have taken over their lease.

While we were all left uncertain about the future of her and Ross (will they or won’t they?), there’s nothing uncertain about the future of that rent-controlled apartment. We don’t know for sure what happened to the couple, but we imagined she moved in to the apartment solo, along with her daughter Emma.

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Rachel’s style is what we’d call Less is More Chic. It’s a look that pairs all things glamorous with simple and clean styling. It’s easy to imagine Rachel, with her background in fashion, gravitating towards trends like knockout millennial pink, plush velvet, and marble.

Her version of the apartment would have been a sophisticated place for the gang to gather, drink wine, and reminisce about the old days.

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Last but not least – Joey! After moving back from LA, we imagined Joey would have jumped at the chance to take over the friends apartment. Would he have turned it into a bachelor pad worthy of its own GQ profile? We thought so.

We paired Joey with our Modsy Atomic Industrial style. The look mixes mid-century pieces with industrial accents, for a place is full of wood, metals and leathers. Don’t forget the man cave touches from his old place with Chandler that Joey surely would have rescued from storage!

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His foosball table, dart board, and Hugsy are all parts of the apartment’s new look. Always the sentimental one, Joey also kept Dr. Drake Ramoray’s magazine cover and, of course, Pat the dog!

Joey’s 2018 apartment would be the destination hang out for the boys to watch the game in their overpriced joggers. Or, knowing Joey, an impressive place to bring dates for a night cap.

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