Did you watch the golden globes? I missed them as it was my first night in Berlin (which I'll be sharing more about as the days roll on!), but I did read the re-caps, watch some highlights, and of course - take a look at the beautiful outfits on the red carpet. So, as we like to do, today we are showing the some rooms that could have been inspired by my favorite outfits of the night.
Well, let's start with my favorite famous person of the moment: Jennifer Lawrence.
I love her fun personality and thought her dress was perfect. Clean and glamorous with some fun frills in there. This room is the same (sans frills) with clean lines, bold colors and fun accessories.
(photo credits below)
Then there was Emilia Clarke:
I loved her subtle polka dots and sightly peplumed dress. Polka dots are a favorite of mine in the right kind of space on the walls, too.
And then there were the gorgeous reds worn by Amy Adams and Julie Bowen:
This two tone red looks lovely on Amy... and reds are growing on me for interior spaces as well. Especially when done well like in the space above. It's rich and bold... if you are a red person, I highly recommend mixing a few different tones of the color to keep it from looking harsh.
As a child my favorite outfit was red cords and a purple sweatshirt which my mother tells me was hideous. I'm starting to doubt her though as this color combination is gorgeous on both Julie and in this beautiful dining room above. What do you think of the combination?
Julie wasn't the only one combining interesting colors together though:
Sandra Bullock wore this black, blue and pink gown which caught my eye. I'm still not sure if I love it or hate it, but I can't stop looking at it. I thought, for sure, there was no way I'd find a room that employed the same color combination, but I was wrong. And I have to say - it works for me. Thoughts?
And then there was the beautiful Helen Mirren...
who looked so elegant in this greenish teal gown. I know the interior I paired it with has seen better days, but there is something so gorgeous about the aged look of these teal walls.
Kaley Couco wore this water color inspired gown and i LOVE walls that do the same. It's not the easiest treatment to recreate on your own walls, but there are some wall papers now that have watercolor vibes to them if you aren't in an experimenting mood.
There you have it. Enjoy!
All best dressed photos from here.
Rooms photos as follows:
2. posh home
4. xo imagine
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