Ed Sheeran’s Fully Furnished Rental Is $36K a Month, But It’s Packed With Affordable Pieces
We ID’d items from Crate & Barrel, RH, and more.
Published May 15, 2023 4:50 PM
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British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has captured the attention of design enthusiasts with his latest venture outside the world of music. Alongside other A-list residents like Matt Damon and Amy Schumer, Sheeran is moving into a unit at Pierhouse, one of the most prominent properties in Brooklyn Heights. And while the rent is steep ($36,000 per month, to be exact), the fully furnished apartment features plenty of accessible pieces that don’t require a celebrity salary.
According to the listing, the 3,239-square-foot home is filled with brands such as Crate & Barrel, RH, and Serena & Lily in the bedrooms. Meanwhile, the living room and lounge areas are outfitted with Cassina, Gervasoni, and Rove Concepts, to name a few. We spotted a few of the items that Sheeran will be making himself at home with so you can do the same.
A Chunky Coffee Table From RH
As part of a collection by artisan Theo Eichholtz, this simple design combines reclaimed oak from old buildings and distressed white-oak planks for a rustic yet sleek feel. Each piece is handcrafted to showcase its knots, nicks, and cracks, so no two tables are alike.
A Set of Curvy Nightstands From Crate & Barrel
This waterfall of solid white oak and white-oak veneer adds a touch of softness to any bedside, while the oval drawer has plenty of space for all your wind-down essentials. Bonus points because it comes from Leanne Ford’s collaboration with the brand.
A Breezy Pendant Lamp From Serena & Lily
Woven entirely by hand, the natural warmth of rattan feels extra-cozy in a bedroom but would work just as well hanging over a dining table.
A Pillowy Sectional From Rove Concepts
Whoever curated Sheeran’s space loved this sofa so much, they used it twice—in the same room. Because of its modular nature and seemingly endless configurations, the Porter collection may produce more hits than the Grammy winner himself.