How to Give Your Home a Hollywood Shine

Pick up any celebrity gossip magazine or flick through the Daily Mail and you’ll typically find countless glossy images of multi-millionaire movie stars or musicians showing off their fine-looking homes and ostensibly wonderful lifestyles.

Typically nestled among the striking Hollywood Hills or along Malibu’s glorious sandy beaches, the celeb homes are examples of some of the world’s most arresting architectural behemoths, jam-packed with priceless artwork and expensive furniture …

… and you can’t help but feel just a teeny-weeny bit jealous.

Whilst it’s easy resent their obvious wealth and seemingly never-ending throng of pricey fixtures, it’s much simpler to bottle this envy and use the energy to add a few items to your own home that’d put the Kardashian’s to shame.


Add an Iconic Recliner

It’s impossible to feel like a superstar in your own home if you don’t have the furniture to match – which is why splashing out on Celebrity recliner chairs is guaranteed to add a much needed sprinkle of glitz and glamour to any room in the home.

Available in a wide range of sizes and styles, these iconic recliners are perfect for taking the weight off your feet after a long day spent dodging the paparazzi – or for having a cup of tea before heading off to the supermarket.

Give the Front a Facelift

In the same way that no self-respecting Hollywood icon would be seen dead with flaking makeup or tired-looking skin, the front of your home should be an immaculate gateway, on hand to welcome friends, family and tourists on open top buses.

Some of the easiest ways to freshen up your facade include painting the front door a bold colour, giving your windows some TLC and making sure your front garden – and the pathway – looks like Alan Titchmarsh has had his hands on it.

Clear Out Your Clutter

Flick through OK! Magazine and it’s unlikely you’ll spot a rogue ironing board or child’s toy sneaking into the picture, as the stars’ homes are usually cleaner than a bar of soap taking a shower under an antibacterial waterfall.

Obviously, real life often gets in the way and your home is always going to be subject to the mess of everyday life – but this needn’t mean unnecessary clutter. Consequently, make sure you get rid of items that serve no purpose by donating them to your local charity shop or having a car boot sale.

Now it’s your turn …

Can you think of any other ways our readers can keep up with the Kardashian’s and make their homes more Hollywood than Halifax? Please let us know by leaving a comment below – we’d love to hear from you.