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Recreating celebrity interiors can be daunting and expensive. Getting the look of Khloe Kardashian’s bedroom from the set of “Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami” is the exception. Set decorator Brandi Creason created an interior that effortlessly brought Hollywood glamour to South Florida.
The bedroom in this short-term set does a great job in combining feminine and masculine. The colors may be deep and saturated but the textures are shimmering and flirty. The monochromatic blocks of color are broken up with decorative throw pillows and playful wall lights.
Here are some great pillow options to recreate and get a similar look (as pictured above): Applique Grape Accent Pillow, Oyster Gray and Plum Throw Pillow, Looped Charcoal Gray Pillow .
Another glance of Kardashian’s bedroom reveals the greater attention to lighting and artwork. No "dogs playing poker" here, rather, a soothing abstract landscape (like this Before the Storm Canvas Wall Art ) is what’s called for above the bed.
A final designer touch is placing an interesting shade on the lights. Of course you could stick with the white shade that came with the fixture, but why? Using patterns or matching colored shades like ths Mauve Lamp Shade shows your attention to detail and will create a more interesting glow to the room. If you don’t have wall sconces you could easily buy fun replacement shades for an existing table lamp. Khloe Kardashian's bedroom design in Miami is a mix of playful purples and relaxing artwork - a great starting point for creating a celebrity-worthy space in your own home.
Rob is a Los Angeles-based designer who has a background in art history and was an expert at Sotheby's auction house. Formerly the host of "Inside The Auction" for the Fine Living Network, speaker for The Learning Annex and contributing editor for Valley Magazine and LA Bride Magazine, he has spent years bridging the gap between the world of design and the general public.
His design sensibilities are varied and can work in both traditional and contemporary styles. His interiors have most recently been published in Renovation Style Magazine.