Movie Star Style

Despite an abundance of preshow turmoil, the 91st Academy Awards happened Sunday night and the Earth is still spinning on its axis. What have we learned? First, all that angst about having no host was for nothing; it was fine. Second, Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga have mad hot chemistry. Third, fashions in clothing continue to influence and be influenced by fashions in home decor.

Take a walk with me down the red carpet for a look at how the sartorial choices of your favorite stars can be adapted for your home.

There were lots of variations on pink:

Pale pink with sequins: We see you, Marie Kondo, and this dress truly sparks joy. So does this tea set, which reminds us of your delicate gown.

Left: Marie Kondo in Jenny Packham (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: Wedgwood Cuckoo Pink Teacup & Saucer


Hot pink: Suitable for kicking up your heels at a swanky event. Also suitable for putting up your feet after said event.

Left: Sarah Paulson in Brandon Maxwell (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: All Modern Savage Pouf


Raspberry: Sometimes, you want your legs front and center.

Left: Linda Cardellini in Schiaparelli (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: Audenza hot pink velvet footstool


Bold pink: Gemma was striking in a dress that looked very comfortable. These vivid bedding accessories match that comfort (and color) level.

Left: Gemma Chan in Valentino (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: Annie Selke/Pine Cone Hill Trio Bedding.


A lively blend: Dame Helen always knows how to wow a crowd. This color combination certainly does the trick.

Left: Helen Mirren in Schiaparelli (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: Penelope Hope Pina Colada Red Mix outdoor fabric


A floral: This feels like a lot on Maya; but it could be a delightful accent in a child’s room.

Left: Maya Rudolph in Giambattista Valli (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: TakaTomo Little Dutch lamp


A lighter shade of pink: Aqua Man decided on a pale coral.

Left: Jason Momoa in Karl Lagerfeld (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Sloane Sofa

There were some glittery metallics:

Sparkly silver captures attention.

Left: Jennifer Lopez  in Tom Ford (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: Porcelanosa Madison Plata wall tiles


Copper is an unusual, but striking, choice.

Left: Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: Glassworks copperleaf tiles from Original Style

If you want to mix things up a little, red curves are the way to go…

Left: Jennifer Hudson in Elie Saab (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: KitchenAid 100-year, limited-edition Queen of Hearts Collection.

Assorted shades of a similar color can work well together.

Left: Spike Lee in Ozwald Boateng (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: Bardot armchair from Essential Home

Forest green paired with a deep gray makes a winning statement.

Left: Olivia Colman in Prada (ABC/Craig Sjodin) | Right: Saboteur armchair from LUXXU Home

A little texture makes white stand out.

Left: Amy Adams in Versace (ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: Keraban “Chic” tile

Basic black is always a classic, especially when it comes with a little bling.

Left: Lady Gaga in Brandon Maxwel(ABC/Rick Rowell) | Right: Big Chill Classic collection stove