Joey’s Stylist To The Stars Digs

published Sep 13, 2013
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Name: Joey Tierney
Location: Sherman Oaks, CA
Size: 1900 sq ft
Years lived in: 6; Owned

Joey Tierney’s home perfectly reflects her personal style: chic and modern. As the owner of Haute Street, a fashion styling and consulting business, Joey practices what she preaches, and she has the client list to prove it. Her past clients include Seth Green, Ashley Madekwe, Diana Agron, Jaime Pressly, Kristen Bell, Natasha Bedingfield, Audrina Patridge, Billy Bob Thorton, Andy Garcia, and Michael Cera, to name a few. In fact, Joey’s first big break came years ago with none other than Britney Spears, where she worked in the wardrobe department for Britney’s “Oops I Did it Again” and “Dream Within a Dream” world tours.

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Joey’s home has an overall serene vibe, bathed in lovely neutrals blended with occasional pops of color that complement the open layout of the house. She shares her space with her event producer husband and their three dogs. Eclectic items coexist with cherished pieces such as two black and white photographs of Jane Goodall that were a gift from Ms. Goodall to Joey’s husband.

Stepping into Joey’s dressing room is a fashionista dream come true. From the custom closets that house an enviable collection of heels and bags to stunning jewelry finds from Joey’s travels, a girl could spend many happy hours playing dress up there!

Equally lovely is the yard with its tiered levels, complete with a fire pit and a pool. It’s a perfect layout for parties or even just for the dogs to catch a snooze and sunbathe.

For a closer peek into Joey’s glamorous celebrity styling world, follow her on facebook and twitter.

Apartment Therapy Survey:

My Style: Effortless chic with warm and inviting touches.

Inspiration: An eclectic lifestyle.

Favorite Element: The custom pillow my husband made for me with fabric I found in Arkansas.

Biggest Challenge: Being satisfied with the current look – we’re always moving and changing things around.

What Friends Say: You have a gorgeous home and why would you want to move!?

Biggest Embarrassment: The junk drawer in the kitchen.

Proudest DIY: Designing my built in closet in the dressing room.

Biggest Indulgence: Art, shoes, and jewelry.

Best Advice: Hire a good contractor and also look through design magazines for inspiration. There is always someone out there that can make things you see.

Dream Sources: Berber Imports in Culver City, Diamond Fabric, HD Buttercup, Charles Jacobson, Pdc, 1st Dibs, Jekka Design for Upholstry, Madeline Weinrib

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Resources of Note:


Dunn Edwards – Bone white trim, swiss coffee for main walls.


  • Custom sofa with belgium linen from Diamond Fabric
  • African coffee table from Berber Imports
  • Club chair from Rejuvenation
  • TV wall unit – custom
  • Samsung electronics
  • Fireplace tile – classic tile and mosaic
  • Art – Painted by my husband’s grandfather
  • Custom table by local artisen
  • Custom chairs by Jecco Design
  • Pendant – Berber Imports
  • Stools – HD Buttercup
  • Liquor cart – Restoration Hardware
  • Pillows – Madeline Weinrib, Berber Imports

  • Custom built-in sitting area by Interior Resources
  • Fabric from Diamond Fabric
  • Pendant from Berber Imports
  • Countertops – Carrera Marble
  • Art – Allison Van Pelt
  • All tile by Classic Tile and Mosaic
  • Wall sconce by Orange
  • Photograph by Kurt Iswarienko


  • Custom bed by Leija Designs
  • Vintage bed stands from Turquoise Design (my husband’s sister)
  • Custom chair by Jecco Design
  • Samsung electronics
  • Console under tv – Berber Imports
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    Thanks, Joey!

    (Images: Bridget Pizzo)

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