10.28.2014

A Look Inside Lauren Conrad's Beverly Hills Penthouse

Oh, to live the life of LC. No really, I would totally love to live her life for at least one teeny day. She's incredibly business savvy, beautiful, seems to have a great balance between love, friends, and work, and not to mention, she's the owner of an amazeballs penthouse in Beverly Hills.

I spotted this peek inside her home on InStyle and I loved the images so much that I just had to share them on here. In fact, I went back and looked at them (and watched the coordinating video) like five times.


So I don't know about you, but I was completely taken by the orange tufted sofa, the giant exposed brick wall, and her beautiful kitchen. Oh gosh, and that closet.

Photography by Douglas Friedman/Styling by Ann Caruso

11 comments:

  1. I love the open brick wall. I've always wanted one like that in my home (one day!) but that closet with that zebra accent rug - Swoon!

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  2. Could her apartment be any more beautiful?! The lit bays in the closet are insane! Love her vanity in the bathroom too, I would use that every day!

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  3. Lauren is amazing. I am not at all surprised that her home is this gorgeous!
    The Grass Skirt

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    1. I'm not either! I wish I could go in it and see it for myself!

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  4. Oh, she and I share the same affection for yellow :-) I have watched LC since Laguna Beach {it started when I lived there!} and it is so interesting to see how her style has evolved over the years. She has really come into her own and adopted a classic, yet bold approach to fashion and decor. I love it.
    -Morgan
    California To Carolina
    The Gym Bunny

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    1. That's so neat that you used to live in Laguna! I've loved her since then, too!

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  5. What a chic Penthouse! I have a major girl crush on Lauren. That closet is to die for! xo

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