Images source: Architectural Digest
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.
To 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.
Get the look of Mandy Moore’s new home in your space
Living Room 1
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?
Shop the pieces below or sign up for a Modsy design package to try them (virtually) in your space first.
Living Room Part 2
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.
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!
PS – Mandy, if you’re looking for guests who can appreciate an out-of-this world bedroom, we’d be happy to help!