'Hamilton' Star Daveed Diggs and Emmy Raver-Lampman Know Some Great Decor Tricks

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A lot of the time when we watch home tours of famous people, we sit there wistfully sighing over the things we definitely can't afford. But once in a while we get some good ideas for our own spaces (or our future ones).

Architectural Digestrecently visited "Hamilton" star Daveed Diggs and actress Emmy Raver-Lampman's home and we're taking lots of notes.

We're always interested in what people do with awkward spaces under the stairs — and this idea was extra thoughtful. Raver-Lampman transformed the nook into a record player listening room for Diggs.

When looking for an ottoman with the right pattern, the couple decided to take a rug from Peru that Diggs's mother gifted them and transform it. They had the ottoman custom wrapped in the rug, so it could shine in the center of their space.

A punch card clock that Diggs found decorates one wall and Raver-Lampman added a collection of punch cards for visitors to sign. Instead of a traditional guest book, the cards add a little visual interest (and an antique vibe).

Even celebs love a good quarantine project. Instead of using wallpaper for this room, Raver-Lampman actually painted each little mark by hand for a room where Diggs does a lot of writing. The result is super artsy and stylish.

The couple also framed coffee bags on the wall for a chic addition. They're unique gems from a flea market, with the exception of one that's actually from the couple's fave local coffee shop.

The runner on their stairs is actually made up of a few different rugs to create a unique pattern.

There are lots of other tips to glean, in case you need a new project or ideas for your dream house Pinterest board.

Check out the full tour for even more inspo.

Eva Recinos is an associate editor at Hunker. You can reach her at eva@hunker.com

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