If you’re a Pinterest user, you’ve likely tried to pin the same image twice. Pinterest is smart enough to recognize this, and will kindly let you know that you’ve already pinned it to one of your boards. This has happened to me no less than three times with the above image. After the third time, I decided I needed to do a post on this Kate Moss living room since I obviously have an affinity for it. Thanks, Pinterest! This fabulous living room belongs to Swedish home stylist and blogger, Rebecca Fredriksson. Those Swedes. Cooler than I’ll ever hope to be. The green velvet couch, the gold pendant, the Moroccan rug, Kate Moss telling me life is a joke, it’s glam personified. Get the look below!
- Couch – It’s a green velvet couch (!). It needs no description.
- Book – Kate Moss is an icon. This book traces her entire career and looks absolutely stunning.
- Pillow – This palm pillow emulates the one in Rebecca’s room.
- Peace Sign Hand – This dainty little number would look perfect on top of the coffee table in this Kate Moss living room. And it’s only $7.
- Chandelier – This light is contemporary and intriguing.
- Kate Moss – If you’re going to have a photo of someone (that isn’t you) hanging in your living room, might as well make it one of the most famed models of all time. I think it would be hilarious to have one of those changeable letter boards next to her that said “I mustache you a question.”
- Coffee table – White topped coffee table keeps with the minimal color scheme.
- Throw – I would imagine you would need several of these faux cashmere throws if you lived in Sweden. Just a guess.
- Rug – Moroccan inspired rugs are everywhere these days and with good reason. See more options below.
- Palm – This is a real life palm. I have faith that you can keep it alive. Maybe not if you live in Sweden though. In that case, it’s perfectly acceptable to purchase a fake one.
- Tea lights – These are sweet little accents that make a big impact.
- Bench – I love everything about this bench. I’ve looked at it so many times for my own home and will likely end up buying it once we’re done renovating.
- Map – This map looks great next to Kate. Even if you don’t live in Sweden.
Here are a few other Moroccan rugs that look a bit different from the norm: