'The City' Star Olivia Palermo's Instagram Posts Reveal Her Interior Decorating Secrets
Olivia Palermo, New York fashion icon and it girl, first turned heads during her stint on MTV's "The City," but it is the reality star-turned-model's recent Instagram posts that made the public eye give her another look. This time, it is for her chic home style.
Here are 10 of her home decorating styles that anyone can learn from the celebrity:
An oversized vase adds edge to a traditional bouquet: Palermo slipped a bouquet of elegant roses into a giant glass rose bowl to give the bouquet an enormous style.
Calla Lilies add color to any entryway: Look past Palermo's luxury luggage in her foyer to the uniquely radiant calla lily display. They create a supremely eye-catching entrance.
Blue and Yellow is the go-to color scheme for vacation paraphernalia: Palermo keeps vacation-inspired pieces, such as pool toys and towels, streamlined in cool blues and bright yellows.
A larger bed is the way to go: Palermo prefers to live large by cozying up in an oversized bed fit for a queen.
Pool decor should be dog-friendly: Wet and wild action isn't just for two-legged members of Palermo 's family. Dog-friendly pool toys allow her pooch to get in on the poolside fun.
There is always room on the vanity for even more makeup: As a guest creative director at Ciaté London, Palermo always makes sure to have space on her vanity for new beauty pieces.
Lawn blankets are meant to be personalized: When lounging around in Central Park, Palermo brings a personalized picnic blanket for her dog, Mr. Butler, Elle Décor reported.
Giant Christmas trees are worth climbing for: Palermo is not reluctant to take off her designer heels in the name of decorating a stylish Christmas tree.
It does not take a lot to throw a hip garden party: It does not matter if it is a simple backyard or a vast orchard, all this socialite needs to get the party started is a nice fruit-bearing tree.
Palermo also once shared her obsession with "Auntie Mame," a character that portrayed a beautiful Manhattan socialite. Aside from taking inspiration from the "Auntie Mame's" costumes, she also incorporates the character's vibe in her interior design, Style News reported.