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Emma Chamberlain’s house is made of our dreams – Watch video


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A coffee corner, lots of green, walls with wonderful pop art works, books and soft sofas

Emma took AD on a tour of the home she designed in collaboration with Ashley Drost and Marie Trohman of Proem Studio, a home nestled in the hills of Beverly Hills.

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The house certainly reflects the aesthetics and mood of its inhabitants. “I’m the mood board guy. I searched every nook and cranny of the internet, every nook and cranny of Pinterest,” says Emma. “I find inspiration for the home everywhere, just like in fashion. It’s all one in my mind.” says the businesswoman and fashionista.

Boasting five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a tranquil pool and basketball court, Emma bought the property in May 2021 with the intention of remodeling it with studio Proem.

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Like her enviable wardrobe, Emma’s home follows a wonderful mix of aesthetics with clear references to many different decades to bring this 1950s property back to its former glory.

“I feel like my style, my clothes and my home are a mixture of everything I love, regardless of the season, and all of them come together in the end to make sense,” Emma said in the Architectural Digest video.

“It has the feel of a Lake Tahoe retreat, but we’re in LA,” he adds.

Emma begins her tour by taking us through the hallway and living room. Her entryway is marked by what she calls an “inspiration wall”, with a glass brick table that “her cats will love”, a selection of books and artwork painted by her “rock star dad”.

Emma in the decoration mixes elements of the 1970s such as the green boucle lounge and the floral wallpaper combined with a hint of maximalism such as the marble in the bathroom.

In the walk-in closet there is an entire shelf dedicated to her collection of her trademark knit vests, a wall covered in loafers, Doc Martens, boots and an Ultrafragola mirror.

The bathroom of the house is inspired by a sailboat. Glass ceilings let light into spaces where Emma paints or reads or listens to music. The garden is made for evenings with friends, corn tables are there to rest your drink, large tables for bbq and all the corners shout the aesthetics and personality of our beloved Emma.

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I have worked as a journalist for over 8 years. I have written for many different news outlets, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and CNN. I have also published my own book on the history of the world. I am currently a freelance writer and editor, and I am always looking for new opportunities to write and edit interesting content.

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