Celebs So Obsessed with Home Design They Launched Their Own Lines
See how style-savvy transformed their passion into successful side hustles.
The Big Little Lies actress’s Southern-inspired brand, Draper James, includes clothing, accessories and a generous offering of adorable home accents like tableware, pillows, throw blankets, candles and more.
Pillows, shower curtains, and artwork were just a few of the colorful items in Drew Barrymore’s previous collection with Shutterfly. A piece of fabric from the Rose Bowl served as one of the actress’s jumping off points. “I was able to take that original inspiration pattern and tweak the colors, lines and shapes to design something that is hopefully attractive and fun,” she told PEOPLE.
Sean and Catherine Lowe
The Bachelor’s Sean and Catherine Lowe announced their ‘sophisti-comfortable’ furniture line with Wayfair in April. “We’ve designed our sofas with families in mind,” Sean, 33, has said of the line.
Drew and Jonathan Scott
Ladies of London star Caroline Stanbury transformed her design savvy into a business that’s inspired by her enviable clothes. “Everyone’s obsessed with my wardrobe,” she told PEOPLE. “So I incorporated it into my line of furniture.”
Flipping Out’s Jeff Lewis announced Jeff Lewis Barn Doors and Jeff Lewis Tile in September 2016. The new dad snapped this photo of himself encouraging fans to stop by one of the 32 Home Depot stores that offer the latter with the hashtags: “#helpsupportmonroe #shesexpensive” (referencing his baby girl).
Fans of Real Housewives of New York City’s Luann D’Agostino can expect to see her “chic made easy” bedding collection make its debut some time this year. “My collection is really a style of living,” she told PEOPLE of the line, which includes several motifs including "bridal bedding."
Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman launched her line of kitchen tools, Love & Daisies, with HSN for one simple reason: “Cooking is just my passion,” she told PEOPLE.