Tia Mowry Makes a Solid Case for an All-White Living Room

published Jun 22, 2021
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When it comes to home design, Tia Mowry made a case for the latter, sharing a clip of her all-white living space that takes white-on-white design to the max — in the best way possible. 

In the clip, Mowry struts her stuff and models her bright red “boss powersuit,” creating a contrast against her all-white space. While the video is incredibly adorable, the room — consisting of white walls, an off-white sectional, and lightly stained wood floors, plus a few black accents — piqued interior design interest. 

Back in 2018, during an episode of her Kin Community show called “Tia Mowry’s Quick Fix,” the star revealed that the living room is the “heart” of her home and her favorite space, due to its relaxing vibe and cozy fireplaces. She also pointed out that the black and white photos (framed in black frames) are from her vow renewal to husband Cory Hardrict. 

Of course, her favorite piece of furniture is the gorgeous three-piece sectional sofa that can seat up to ten people. “This couch was a little pricey,” she said in the video. “My husband does not know how much money we spent on this couch because I don’t think I would have it if I told him that.” Worth every cent, it seems!

Her living room isn’t the only amazing all-white space in her home. Mowry’s kitchen is also to die for, featuring all-white cabinets, marble countertops and a marble backsplash. On the contrary, because she is all about the unexpected, her bedroom and bathroom both feature dramatic dark walls, perfectly accented with neutral design elements. 

“I’m someone who loves decor that’s both beautiful and functional,” she told Clever when discussing the home goods collection she launched with Etsy in August 2020, which aimed to create a relaxing, comfortable oasis at home. Clearly her own living space — including her all-white living room — is a true testament to this.