If there were ever a space that perfectly encapsulates all that is current in home interiors—if not being largely responsible for it—it’s Lauren Conrad’s house. In it, bright whites pair with warm woods seamlessly, antique and modern furniture coexists, and of-the-moment details like open shelving, subway tile, and wide plank flooring are perfected.

Conrad collaborated with interior designer Katherine Carter to strike the perfect balance between beach chic and classic Los Angeles glamour. Located in the heart of the Pacific Palisades, Lauren Conrad’s house is a true retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. She and Carter made the most of the home’s amazing natural light and worked with a neutral color palette that lets the home’s unique architecture shine through.

“I like my living space to feel clean but welcoming,” Conrad tells MyDomaine. “I feel like your home should be a representation of your style.”

Much like the homeowner herself, a tour through the light-filled space serves up the perfect balance of polished and laid-back—California cool, defined. Find a few of our favorites snapshots of LC’s house below, and be sure to head over to MyDomaine to see the rest of the home in all its glory.

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on January 11, 2020, and has since been updated. Lauren Conrad sold this home in 2017. 

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Room and Board Case Study Ceramic Planter

There’s nothing more effortlessly cool than a simple ceramic planter to house your sweetest plants. The elevated style makes sure the plant is front and center, adding a touch of mid-century style

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CB2 Acacia Wood Mirror

Bounce light around the room with this gorgeous wooden mirror from CB2. It’s made with handcrafted sustainable acacia wood that frames an inset mirror, giving it depth.

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Article Daisy Armchair

Get the updated boho look with this whimsical chair made from steel and rattan. It’s the perfect way to bring an elegant beachy aesthetic indoors, and best of all, it’s also weatherproof so you can bring it outside during the summer months.

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The Little Market Woven Basket

Keep clutter at bay with this sweet woven basket. It’s handmade from natural grasses and can be tucked seamlessly into any space.

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Christopher Knight Home Champlain Wood Rocking Chair

These rocking chairs are as lovely to look at as they are comfy to chill out and relax in.

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Shades of Light Bell Curve Glass Pendant Light

These clear glass pendant lights add soft modern simplicity to Conrad’s kitchen. It complements the aesthetic without pulling focus.

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Old Dutch Copper Tea Kettle

Putting the kettle on never looked so good! This solid copper tea kettle is a timeless and efficient kitchen necessity that looks as good as it works. You can use it on both gas and electric stoves.

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Williams Sonoma Vintage Etched Tumblers

These sweet classic tumblers are dishwasher safe and perfect for formal gatherings or everyday use. It’s inspired by vintage glass for that lovely antique look thanks to the hand-cut floral motif.

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Galashield Marble Cake Stand

Store your cakes in a lovely glass cloche with a marble base like the one in Conrad’s kitchen.

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The Little Market Lightweight Fringe Towel

This soft, lightweight cotton towel is the perfect beach or bath towel, but it can also be used as a picnic blanket or tablecloth. It’s handwoven on a traditional wooden loom, and each purchase empowers artisans in India to earn fair wages and helps to preserve traditional techniques.

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Randolph Morris Charlotte Cast Iron Slipper Clawfoot Tub

Make your clawfoot bathtub dreams come true with this timeless and luxurious option.

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Pottery Barn Anniyah Easy Care Rug

Why go for a traditional bathmat when you can use a Persian rug instead? The muted colors are in keeping with the home’s aesthetic, for a lovely, worn-in look.

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  1. 1
    Julie | This Main Line Life January 10, 2019 at 8:55 am

    Love your home. This is just the look I would create if I could re-do the house. I love the all the neutrals and the easy going natural vibe. thismainlinelife.com

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    Candice Sandler January 11, 2019 at 11:03 am

    Oh wow everything is so organised! Thanks for sharing your tips

    Candice | NatalyaAmour.com

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