5 Hot Celebrity Trends to Try in Your San Diego Home
If a celebrity who has all the money in the world does something interesting or unusual with their home decor, it stands to reason it's worth paying attention to. Granted, not all celebrity home decor trends are doable by the rest of us. After all, apart from the Sultan of Brunei, who could afford to have a gold toilet like Oprah Winfrey? Well, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, for starters. In their Bel Air home, they installed four gold-plated commodes. And, if gold (or gold-plate) is your finish of choice, it turns out this look can be yours. Which of the following hot celebrity trends could you try in your San Diego home?
1. Mini Golf Course
Miley Cyrus recently purchased a home with a mini golf course, which is a trend that many celebrities love. When Jennifer Lopez had to choose one mansion over the other, she reportedly based her decision on the fact that one offered her a mini golf course on the grounds, while the other was missing this luxurious feature. Back when Bruce Jenner was Bruce Jenner, he installed an expansive mini golf course on his Calabasas property. The great thing about a mini golf course is, you can make it any size or shape you like, so it will fit in with any sized San Diego backyard.
Being surrounded by opulence and excess apparently isn't all it's cracked up to be, at least in the eyes of some celebrities. At home, these regular people prefer to live surprisingly low-key, opting for the minimalist look. Examples include Mindy Kaling, of “The Office,” Steve Jobs, and Victoria's Secret model, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Luckily, the minimalist look is one of the easiest to achieve, and your San Diego home will look more bright and spacious when you go for the minimalism décor style. Just think in terms of blank, empty spaces, instead of filling up every nook and cranny.
3. Wine Room
Wine connoisseurs know that fine wine should be stored in a certain way, in a very specific environment. Having a dedicated wine room or even an entire wine cellar is the perfect status symbol for celebrities who love wine. From Denise Richards to Heidi Klum, wine takes precedence in the home. Some celebrities take it even further, choosing to own their own wineries or vineyards, like Sting, Tori Amos, and even Mick Fleetwood. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie even have their own wine label.If you don't have the means for an entire vineyard, or even a dedicated wine room, don't despair. Your San Diego kitchen will be amazing with the addition of a nice free standing wine case or even an under the counter wine fridge.
4. White Bright
Not everyone can pull off all-white décor. But for those who can, white bright décor is stunning looking, fresh and surprisingly offers a creative environment where the blank canvas allows ideas to flow freely. This hot celebrity trend is everywhere. Fans of the look include Jennifer Aniston, Giuliana Rancic, Kris Jenner, and Paris Hilton. If you don't feel brave enough to live in completely white surroundings, try it on for size little by little. Experiment with a pure white sofa pillow. If that works out, add a soft white throw to the mix, or get brave with a white area rug.
You don't have to wait to get invited to a black tie event to enjoy the light of a chandelier. Celebrities are rocking this light fixture all over their homes. Christina El Moussa of “Flip or Flop” eats breakfast every morning under a fabulously decadent chandelier. Kris Jenner has a modern style chandelier hanging over her kitchen island and another inside her walk in closet, as does her daughter Kim. Even Ziggy has a stunning chandelier in his entryway to welcome guests to his home. A chandelier will be a centerpiece in your San Diego home that you'll never regret. To find one that's right for your home, try antique stores, thrift markets, flea markets and swap meets in San Diego.
You don't have to be a celebrity, or even live like one to make your San Diego home feel special. You can pick and choose from some of these popular celebrity decor ideas to add just a touch of something unique to your home. Make sure you choose elements that mesh with your own taste, as well as the personality of your home. Don't feel compelled to install a mini golf course if bocce or badminton is more your thing. These ideas are meant to inspire and open you up to the possibility of adding unique elements that will make your house feel more like your home.