Reese Witherspoon’s Kitchen Looks Like It’s Right Out Of An English Country Cottage
On Tuesday, Reese Witherspoon let fans and followers of her Instagram into her kitchen while she showed how to make her ultimate green smoothie—a recipe Kerry Washington gave her almost a decade ago. But while she loaded up her Vitamix with romaine lettuce, spinach, coconut milk, apples, pears, and citrus, it was hard to stay focused on anything but her kitchen decor.
The antique-inspired brown-and-cream wallpaper, paired with her vintage earth-toned artwork and ceramic pieces, gives Witherspoon’s kitchen a homey feel that invokes an English country cottage/colonial Americana vibe—not something one would initially expect in the home of an A-lister.
“My Green Smoothie Recipe,” Witherspoon captioned the Instagram video. “The secret ingredient is DANCING! Sharing my morning green smoothie with y’all. Delicious and healthy!”
Witherspoon’s wallpaper is actually a botanical print called “Jarden” from French company Antoinette Poisson. The brand was founded in 2012 by trainer paper conservators “in honor of Louis XV’s favorite, the marquise de Pompadour, patron of the arts and wallpaper enthusiast,” as the company’s site explains.
Each pattern is designed to embody the “rustic charm” of 18th century European interiors.
The “Little Fires Everywhere” star paired her paper (in “ocre”) with farmhouse-style decor, including a vintage ship painting and antique jugs and vases, along with a soft white paint on the kitchen trim, thus making the space work in tandem with her home’s cottage, lived-in scheme—a style she’s shown throughout her house during the social distancing period.
The way Witherspoon has decked out her kitchen would make anyone want to cozy up to the counter and join her for a green smoothie on a warm summer’s day. It’s quaint, quiet, and all-around charming.