Emma Chamberlain’s Los Angeles Home Is a Gen-Z Dream
Known for her relatable YouTube videos, quirky personality, and coffee company, Emma Chamberlain is a common name throughout Gen-Z households. Among all of her brand partnerships, podcasting ventures, and business ventures, Chamberlain still manages to wind down at her Los Angeles residence.
For the November print issue of Architectural Digest, Chamberlain revealed the inside of her home, including an extensive tour on YouTube. In collaboration with Ashley Drost and Marie Trohman of Proem Studio, the design of her home reflects Chamberlain’s “chill, laid-back vibe and intriguing sensibility.”
The photos of her home quickly went viral on the internet with multiple Twitter users complimenting the house’s eclectic, one-of-a-kind design. “Girls don’t want boyfriends they want Emma Chamberlain’s kitchen,” one said. Another tweeted, “Gonna cry myself to sleep for the next week bc i don’t live in Emma Chamberlain’s house.”
After staring at the details within each room, it’s difficult to choose my favorite part of Chamberlain’s home.
An ode to the infamous corn stools — and other seemingly edible decor — was spotted in her backyard near the swimming pool. Found in a bathroom, the Corkhouse wall tiles are a warm reminder of one of this year’s most notable trends — colorful checkered tiling. The beloved shade of sage green being present in the kitchen (perhaps, a reference to Dakota Johnson’s green kitchen) is absolutely catching the hearts and eyes of fans. Maybe the trendy pastel Ettore Sottsass mirror in her dressing room is the star piece.
Although, I have to say that the paintings done by her father was an adorable part of the tour.
“I’m a mood board type of girl. I scoured every corner on the internet, every weird, deep hole on Pinterest,” Chamberlain told AD. “I find inspiration for the home everywhere, the same as fashion. It’s all one in my mind.”
Clearly, she needs to share her tips for curating a perfect mood board for her space, because Pinterest enabled her to create what everyone on Twitter has deemed as their dream home.