At just 21-years-old Emma Chamberlain has made her debut in Architectural Digest. True fans of the YouTuber-turned-model-turned-cultural icon would have seen many different homes of the vlogger. Certainly the early days in her parents house to several different rental homes throughout Los Angeles. Earlier this year and with several businesses to her name, Chamberlain purchased her first L.A. home for a reported $4.3 million.
After several months of renovations, the Gen Z star has revealed a tour of aesthetically-pleasing home in the publication’s Open Door series. In collaboration with Ashley Drost and Marie Trohman of Proem Studio, the 1955 cottage-style home is a perfect reflection of the influencer with vintage furniture and art combined with unique style cues. Every corner of marble in this place is absolutely to die for.
“I work from home, so I wanted to create something completely personal and comfortable,” she told the publication. “I brought in references from many decades and design eras, and I tried to meld them into something that feels not only cohesive but new. It wasn’t about following the rules or sticking to one aesthetic. I tried to approach it all with a lightheartedness and an open mind.”
The home features several sitting areas, a bedroom-cum-walk in wardrobe (her signature sweater vests on full display), two huge bathrooms and a sprawling pool. Décor items were inspired by Pinterest. “I’m a mood board type of girl. I scoured every corner on the internet, every weird, deep hole on Pinterest,” she added. “I find inspiration for the home everywhere, the same as fashion. It’s all one in my mind.”
Let it be known that every corner of this home is now on my mood board. She follows the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Drake who have shown their homes in the past.