This Anthropologie Collection Is All Over Mandy Moore’s Home

published Sep 29, 2018
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If you aren’t following Mandy Moore on Instagram, you should be! She’s been living it up in her gorgeous mid-century maison and even graced the cover of Architectural Digest showing off her new digs.

Designed by the California-cool interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel, it embraces the mid-century lines of the house while bring fresh life to each room. Although Mandy’s bank account may be bigger than yours, she and Sarah recognize great style can be found in all places, and Sarah sourced a couple major items from Anthropologie that even non-celebrities can purchase. You’re basically Mandy now.

In one of the guest bedrooms, Sarah centered the room around a gorgeous Rhys Bed. Anyone would be lucky to spend a night here. The combination of wood and blush pink leather is a deft juxtaposition between masculine and feminine. My favorite detail is the buckles that hold the cushioned headboard to the frame. You can choose from over 75 different fabrics and leathers to customize this bed to your exact palette.

In the living room, Sarah knew the key to creating an inviting space is a comfortable armchair. She chose two armchairs, also from the Rhys line, to set the scene. Don’t they look like two dreamy leather clouds that you just want to curl up in with a glass of wine? Again, this chair is available in dozens of fabrics and leathers so you can get the perfect color for your room. I will say, the caramel leather is a stunning neutral that grounds the space and would work in a lot of different decor styles.

If major furniture purchases aren’t on the horizon at the moment, there is an affordable find we spotted in Mandy’s laundry room awhile back—a set of West Elm canisters that range from $24 to $49.