We've been seriously obsessed with Mandy Moore's new home. The girl had the design dream team, working with architect Emily Farnham and interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel. Together, they created a midcentury-meets-present-day masterpiece with a mix of furnishings that balance girly vibes with more neutral and earthy elements. And recently, Architectural Digest got a scoop on many of the details. What we were surprised to find is that Moore opted for plenty of products from mass retailers — notably Anthropologie and CB2. So we decided to gather up the items in Moore's home that even us regular folks could potentially copy.
These CB2 side tables flank the bed in Moore's guest room — a heavier, luxe detail in a room otherwise characterized by natural textures.
You'll find these affordable pendants hanging above the kitchen island.
Here's a print from one of our favorite local L.A. makers, Block Shop. This print hangs in her bathroom, and an unframed version will cost you $320, which isn't so bad for a truly great work of art.
On her Instagram, Sarah Sherman Samuel revealed that the swank brass mirrors hanging above the his and hers sinks in the master bath are actually from CB2.
Not super cheap, yet still readily available to the general public, these Anthropologie chairs warm up the den.
Moore outfitted her kitchen with dishes from Year & Day, a surprisingly affordable ceramics company that lets you build custom sets. (FYI, Moore's preferred color is called "Daybreak.")
Also, not the cheapest bed, but if you're obsessed, you can find this easily at Anthropologie.
Vases by this Ojai, California-based ceramicist can be found throughout Moore's home.
Head over to Design Within Reach if you're also interested in using these wood stools in your kitchen.
You can get the look of Mandy Moore's laundry room with this blustery wallpaper.
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