Published on September 25, 2020

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Photography by Douglas Friedman

In Ayesha Curry’s Bay Area home, a pared-down black and ivory palette is brought to life through textured textiles (hello, velvet counter stools!) and the layering of thoughtful accessories like sculptural coconut pods. There’s something to be said for creating an elegant, retreat-like space to come home to—especially when you have a schedule like Curry’s (along with parenting three kids with her husband, Stephen Curry, she’s managing a growing empire). While at first glance the sleek look might seem out of reach, we found pieces that achieve the same elevated style for a fraction of the price. Hey, you have to save up for her Kelly Wearstler dining chairs somehow! 

The Soft Goods

A home may look good, but does it feel good? As we enter nesting season, these silky numbers are on point. Layers of velvet and Mongolian fur are what give Curry’s streamlined furniture the softness it needs. 

The Tabletop Accessories  

Loosely arranged florals fill Curry’s home, showcasing her dreamy collection of large-scale vases. Ceramic trays and footed bowls sit on her seemingly endless kitchen island, housing fresh farmers’ market finds (she is a chef, after all!).

The Furniture 

Because her space is more minimal, Curry’s furniture choices hold a lot of weight. Curved lines and natural stone surfaces make up the foundation. Many pieces feature simple, modern designs with one detail that offsets and, in turn, elevates them.

The Lighting 

It’s clear that Curry loves a pendant lamp—they hang in almost every room in the home. Her lighting ranges from contemporary to organic to bold, and each helps tell the story of her style.

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