Let's be honest: At one point or another, most of us have probably wished Los Angeles interior designer and TV personality Emily Henderson would just style an entire home for us.
But why not take it a step further? You can now live in her midcentury dream house in Glendale, a town just north of Los Angeles. Henderson's airy, cheerful home just hit the market for $1,027,000, and the "Secrets from a Stylist" star even revealed on her blog that some items she picked out to stage the home will be for sale (think Rebecca Atwood pillows, a Jonathan Adler pot, furniture like the sectional, dresser and saddle chair).
"I was very worried about how to style this room to sell, and yet be full of enough personality to represent me," Henderson wrote in her blog. "I kept all the color and pattern in the textiles, and used a (what I like to think) universally loved color palette of gray, blue, navy, white, wood, with some hints of lighter toned pinks as an accent."
Essentially, you get Henderson's home styled by Henderson herself. Now that's a design lover's dream come true.
According to the listing, the hillside home has been extensively renovated by Henderson, with improvements such as Acacia wood flooring, Hunter Douglas electronic window treatments, custom wallpapers and Erin Adams & Fireclay tiles. With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the circa-1964 home offers both city and mountain views.
"We moved in here 6 days before we had our first child, Charlie. Then we had Elliot 2 years later," Henderson wrote in her blog. "Eight months ago when Brian suggested looking for a new house (one with a yard) I cried so hard and was even mad at him for betraying this house and its memories. I kept saying but we've had the best years of our lives here?? And he agreed, but said maybe we could have even better ones."
Leave it to a designer to style a home that spares no detail. The home perfectly emulates Henderson's breezy yet perfectly curated style — just take this seriously adorable kids' room:
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h/t: Curbed LA