These Celebrities Love Moulding
Stars—they’re just like us—unable to resist the appeal of interior finishings! Spot how moulding and trim elements have been incorporated in their spaces to elevate the overall look and feel of their homes. Here is a roundup of recent celebrity home tours on the web showcasing some of our favorites spaces where the stars relax and unwind.
Tina Fey’s Kitchen: By using crown moulding atop kitchen cabinets, objects in Tina’s new Manhattan apartment are not as high as they appear! The use of understated trim elements and built-in bookshelves offer plenty of airiness and lifts the eye upward. This apartment will take any extra room it can get in NYC’s race for real estate space!
Lauren Conrad’s Closet: Of course Lauren, who has built an empire as a lifestyle and fashion taste maker, has a closet to die for. With ample space for all her clothes and room to twirl around like in a movie montage, her closet’s look is pulled together with mirrored interior doors.
The pièce de la résistance is her use of crown moulding to add architectural interest to the ceiling, plus with the addition of recessed lighting, both elements help make her wardrobe shine!
Kourtnery Kardashian’s Music Room: The Kardashian family has never been one for minimalism or demure style, so it’s only fitting that the oldest daughter, Kourtney, lived in a home designed for a (paparazzi) queen. Originally a dining room, Kourtney transformed this room into a multi-purpose hang out space for her and her three children.
Full of shine, vivid prints and dramatic black and white stripes, the use of crown moulding and crisp white panel moulding helps break up the bold wallpaper and keeps the room looking funky and fresh rather than overpowering to the eye.