Lifestyle Home & Decorating Decorate Like the Stars By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Facebook Instagram Twitter Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on February 2, 2015 @ 02:50PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Deborah Jaffe; Courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue Decorate Like the Stars 01 of 11 Wallpaper Art Francois Halard "I love that the wallpaper looks painted on," said actress Kristen Bell of the elegant floral print by Trove in the bedroom of her L.A. home. Get the LookFor maximum impact, cover a windowless wall with paper such as this floral print by Graham & Brown, ideally behind the room's largest piece of furniture. 02 of 11 Eco-Friendly Decor Mathew Hranek; Courtesy of Crate and Barrel Take a cue from eco-activist Alicia Silverstone who practices what she preaches. "Everything we've brought into this house is environmentally sound," says the actress of the Los Angeles home she shares with husband Christopher Jarecki. Get the LookUse natural materials to furnish your home. 03 of 11 Luxe Accessories Francois Halard A fur throw, a roaring fire, cashmere-covered walls and a glowing lantern adorn the master bedroom of Tommy Hilfiger's Connecticut home. "All I'm missing is the ski slope," says the designer. Get the LookAdd this faux-fur throw to any bed or couch for an instant lavish look. 04 of 11 Personalize It Perry Hagopian; Courtesy of wshome.com "A monogram makes something your own and endows it with weight in a world full of random things," says fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi, who emblazoned these leather chairs with his initials. Get the LookGo big with monogrammed furniture or try a more subtle approach with monogrammed linens, like these by Williams-Sonoma Home. 05 of 11 Uniform Frames Douglas Friedman; Courtesy of Barneys Fashion designer and 'Project Runway' judge, Michael Kors, surrounds himself with a sleek and classic aesthetic in his New York City home. One way he does this is with uniform picture frames. "Everybody has a story, and the most effective way to tell it is in a series of silver frames." Get the LookShop silver picture frames here. 06 of 11 Blue & White Accents Babby Fischer; Courtesy of Macys "I like a blue theme with white accents," says '90210' actress Jennie Garth, who added bergere chairs covered in a blue and white silk brocade pattern to her home. Get the LookTry this fine china by Lauren Ralph Lauren, or shop for more blue and white home accessories here. 07 of 11 French Finds Troy House; Courtesy of Barneys "I wanted to walk in and feel warm. This place is very French girlie," says actress Molly Sims of the home she filled with her Parisian flea-market scores. GET THE LOOK For a bold statement, shop these French-inspired furnishing. Or add the scent of French lavender to any room with this home fragrance by Agraria. 08 of 11 Add a Pop of Color Paul Costello; Courtesy of velocityartanddesign.com "In New York, you need light, you need color and you need greenery," says CNN anchor Campbell Brown, whose Manhattan apartment has all of the above. Brighten up any room in an instant with colorful artwork or throw pillows. GET THE LOOK Shop colorful home decor here. 09 of 11 Bold Wallpaper Paul Costello; Courtesy of designpublic.com Nicky Hilton uses bright colors and bold patterns to liven up her Los Angeles home. "Great wallpaper can really make a statement," says the fashion designer, who chose a banana-leaf print for her kitchen. GET THE LOOK Try this palm-printed wallpaper in mustard by Cavern Home, or browse many more patterns here. 10 of 11 Exotic Flair Oberto Gili; Courtesy of Crate & Barrel "I wanted my home to have a modern feel with clean lines and ethnic pieces," says actress Nia Long. She achieved this by adding original artwork by her mother and chic flea-market finds. GET THE LOOK Add this woven basket by Crate & Barrel to any room, or browse these worldly goods to find the perfect ethnic piece for your home. 11 of 11 Photo Frenzy Deborah Jaffe; Courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue Create a homey vibe by putting your favorite photos on display. Actress Illeana Douglas has done just that in her Los Angeles home. "If I'm working on a movie, no matter where or when, I have to take pictures," says Douglas. She then displays them around her home so she can relive those memories at a glance. GET THE LOOK Shop unique picture frames here.