If, like so many of us, you’re planning on staying home this holiday season—and foresee plenty more work-from-home days in your 2022 future—consider treating yourself to cozy home accessories inspired by some of our favorite celebrities. From candles to kitchenware to home decor and accessories, take a tip from these interior design tastemakers and cozy-up your living space this winter.
Oud Wood Candle from Shumm
A favorite of both royal families abroad and royalty right here in Los Angeles—a.k.a. Kim Kardashian—this Oud Wood candle from Shumm is inspired by bukhoor—home fragrance that has been used in the Middle East for centuries—and scented with sweet and smoky Oud. The handmade candle features a pure cotton wick and 100 percent natural soy wax—all non-toxic ingredients.
Keys Soulcare Candle
One of our favorite home tours in recent memory features Alicia Keys’ and Swizz Beatz’s mansion—where nearly every single object and piece of decor was custom-designed for the sprawling, modern space. There is one thing we know for sure you can co-opt for your own home, though: the Keys Soulcare Sage + Oat Milk Candle, which is designed to soothe your mind and help you achieve clarity with its subtle, cleansing, sweet fragrance.
A favorite of celebrities and VIPs for decades—we spotted one burning in the hallway of Adele’s recent ’73 Questions’ at-home video—Diptyque candles are available in a wide variety of fragrances, to evoke a range of moods. Some celeb faves include Figuier (a warm, musky fig); Baies (blackcurrant); and Feu de Bois (wood fire).
Model Miranda Kerr recently launched her own furniture and home decor collection at One Kings Lane—and these Kawaii Accent Mirrors in soft gold can instantly change the entire vibe of a bedroom or a living room.
Anissa Kermiche Vase
If you’ve noticed these quirky ‘Love Handles’ vases everywhere lately, you’re not dreaming—Anissa Kermiche vases are a favorite among celebrities, like Rose Huntington-Whiteley. Made of ceramic, these cute vases feature two (love) handles and are perfect for small buds and accent bouquets.
You might know Seth Rogen for his comedic chops, but did you know the actor is also really really really into pottery? He’s also a fan of cool design in everyday items—like these 1960s-era Saul Bass matchbooks he recently showcased on his Instagram. While these limited-edition matchbooks are no longer available, you can find plenty of gorgeous graphic artist-created matchbooks and matchboxes over on Etsy. They look beautiful around the home—use them for lighting up (candles, of course!).