Emily Ratajkowski might have once been best known for her barely-there Instagram posts, but in recent times the model, swimwear designer, author, and activist has gained some serious cred for her taste in interiors, with her statement furniture garnering just about as many likes as her iconic selfies. And from one look at her street style, it’s not a surprise that her current home, which she put a lot of effort into curating, is interior design perfection.
You may have already seen the giant vibrant rugs, paintings, and ceramics that adorn the home of Emily Ratajkowski. Her colorful interior choices can be noticed in the background of her Instagram posts and stories – particularly since she’s been self-isolating with her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard. The couple moved to the trendy Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles in 2018 and have since settled into a £1.5 million house. Emily Ratajkowski previously resided in a spacious loft in Downtown LA, which was similarly full-to-bursting with contemporary works of art.
The airy living room is perhaps the most recognizable area of the model’s home – a statement mint velvet wraparound sofa fills up most of the space, while bright woven rugs are sprawled across the wooden floor. A low salmon-pink marbled coffee table, vermilion armchair, and statement curved floor lamp also feature, while a pair of graphic ceramic jugs by buzzy artist Grant Levy-Lucero sit in the corner of the room. Large paintings fill the model’s home, including a life-sized one of her parents, which hangs proudly by the fireplace.
Emily Ratajkowski has only shared a glimpse of her combined kitchen and dining area. A monochrome marbled dining table and scarlet chairs feature alongside a screenshot of one of Emily’s Instagram posts. The blown-up topless editorial image is a work by the notable artist, Richard Prince.
Known for her superb taste (and personal skill) in floral arrangements, Emily Ratajkowski is always showing off her latest statement centerpiece.
Emily Ratajkowski softens the concrete floors by piling on rugs — everything from cowhide to vintage South Asian finds dots on the floor. Ratajkowski’s jumble-style mix of paintings, combined with textural pieces on the floor ensures there’s never a dull moment.