We Found Chrissy Teigen’s $5K Counter Stools for $400, Plus More Celebrity Kitchen Dupes
Here’s how to get the looks in your own space.
Updated Sep 29, 2021 6:17 AM
One silver lining of the pandemic: While everyone’s been staying home, we’ve gotten a front-row view (through social media, of course) at a number of celebrity kitchens. As design nerds, we can’t help but get a little lovestruck at the sight of Chrissy Teigen’s zellige tile and Alexa Chung’s cozy dining table. Here, we’ve rounded up our absolute favorites, with suggestions on how to bring those styles into your own home. But whether or not you actually start cooking as well as Teigen is up to you.
The True Brit
A self-described old-timey woman, Alexa Chung filled her East London office space with pieces that feel like a chicer version of your British grandma’s cozy kitchen. Get the look by marrying copper with wood accents and adding a rich cabinet hue and enough dishware to keep tea and scones on rotation all day long.
The Color Pop
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It’s no surprise that Chrissy Teigen’s kitchen is as bright and bold as she is. With a bubblegum-hued zellige backsplash, bouclé barstools, and wood-paneled counter, the space makes the most of every material. But if you’re really trying to channel Teigen, the most important ingredient is plenty of taste-test–worthy bowls for all the recipes you’re sure to whip up.
The California Vibe
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Even rustic obsessives will fall for Hilary Duff’s graphic tile–filled California kitchen. Gold hardware and pops of bright blue bring the whole look together.
The Cottagecore Choice
Creativity is key at Leanne Ford’s rural Pennsylvania home, where coffee-stained walls and repurposed wood define a space that Ford describes as a “girls’ trip with Georgia O’Keeffe to the Paris countryside in Joshua Tree.” Rustic shelving, retro-inspired appliances, and checkerboard linens will get you one step closer to the designer’s mix-and-match cottagecore style.
The Boho Beauty
Boho-chic takes on a whole new meaning in Sarah Sherman Samuels’s Grand Rapids, Michigan, home. Even if you don’t have a brass-based countertop, you can still crib the designer’s style with wood counter stools, marble cutting boards (this one’s under $50!), and Samuels’s signature pendant lights. Throw in some brass accents and pale pink hues, and you’re almost there.
The Minimalist Mix
Not everyone is in the market for bright colors and funky wallpaper. If you want something more understated, Ayesha Curry’s kitchen uses matte black hardware, white accessories, and wood cabinetry to create a minimalist haven.
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