A common trend found in celebrity homes is, funnily enough, the curation of a not-so-common furniture and decor collection. It seems that, for the rich and famous, collecting is a bit of an art. Kendall Jenner’s home, for example, features a rare white 1965 Radiofonographo record player and Cara Delevigne’s hallway is home to a highly coveted Chanel surfboard, which is no surprise given that she is one of the luxury French brand’s ambassadors. A Chanel surfboard. Need we say more?
And that’s not to mention larger celebrity collections. Producer DJ Khaled has a huge sneaker closet housing over 500 pairs of collectible shoes and trainers, complete with a rolling library ladder to access them all. And Oprah Winfrey has her own wine mine beneath her ski home in Colorado, which stores 1,600 bottles of rare vintage.
How to try this trend in your home
While a wine mine may not suit all homes (London anyone?), there are still plenty of ways to add unique touches to your home. From vintage finds to rare collectible items, experiment with ways to showcase things that mean the most to you. If it's shoes and handbags, consider working with an artisan to build a bespoke wardrobe to display your items. With a piece of furniture, try to place it in an uninterrupted area, away from other pieces and artwork, so that it becomes a talking point in your home.