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The Right Way to Incorporate a Celebrity Home Collection

November 29, 2017

Celebrity home collections are all the rage right now. With the recently launched Joanna Gaines and Ellen Degeneres collections, there are so many options from which to choose. Celebrity lines also offer many ways to add luxury to your rooms, reflect your personal style and create a high-fashion look and feel throughout your home.

But, did you know there’s a right way to incorporate them into your home?

Our friends at Thomasville Utah offer this advice when purchasing celebrity collection pieces.

 

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Expert tip: Choose a Celebrity Collection that Aligns with Your Style

Celebrity collections are easy to incorporate into your décor because they’re designed with a clear point of view and personality. You should find the celebrities and collections that also align with your own personality and style.

The secret to success: Don’t try to recreate Ellen’s house. Instead, find the elements and aspects of Ellen that align with your taste as you create a home that reflects your personal style.

For example, if your ideal décor is relaxed and natural, the Canyon Live Edge Cocktail Table could be the perfect designer piece to match your style. If you prefer a more rustic yet luxurious look, the Pasadena Square Cocktail Table might be a good option.

 

 

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Thomasville of Utah currently carries the ED Ellen DeGeneres Home Collection, so you can incorporate Ellen’s unique personality and style into your home as you create a decor that is truly yours. Find out more about the collection here.

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Ashley Baker
Web Editor
Ashley is the in-house web editor for both Utah Bride & Groom and Utah Style & Design magazines. Not only does she write articles and immerse herself in Utah's design scene, she's currently finishing a bachelor's degree in strategic communications with a minor in multidisciplinary design at the University of Utah.
November 30, 2017

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