Stars—they spend too much time on Pinterest just like us. You might recognize Blake Lively and Brad Pitt for their stellar acting careers, but did you know they also moonlight as interior decorators and furniture designers? They're just two of the many celebrities with their own decor lines, house-flipping companies, and wallpaper obsessions. Read on for the full list of celebrities who double as design mavens, and you might just snag some inspiration for your own home.
As if Blake Lively and her adorable family couldn't get anymore perfect, the actress revealed on Instagram earlier this year that she designs her friends' home—for free. We love the navy blue, modern organic vibes here in one of her upcoming projects.
Reese Witherspoon expanded her adorably preppy clothing line Draper James into a collaboration with Crate & Barrel this spring. It's full of Southern-inspired staples, like blue check table runners and magnolia patterned plates.
Get a full look at the collection here.
In addition to designing pricey sneakers, Kanye West collaborated with Axel Vervoordt on all of his office furniture. Alex, a minimalist art dealer and Belgian interior designer, also created everything in Kanye and Kim's Hidden Hills home, pictured here.
West tweeted plans this spring to open up an architecture school, called Yeezy home, filled with "architects and industrial designers who want to make the world better."
You might know Iris Apfel as the most stylish 'Geriatric Starlet,' but before she was a documentary subject and fashion influencer, she was an interior designer. She also owned a textiles company with her late husband, and has jumped back into the furniture business with a collection with Cloth & Company in late 2017.
Of course, the clothing and decor collection Tracee Ellis Ross designed for JCPenney is bright, fun, and completely maximalist. The collection, which launched last fall, is almost sold out, though. Fingers crossed this won't be her only foray into design.
4-pc. Highball Glass Set, $7.42, Tracee Ellis Ross for JCPenney
The Kardashian-Jenner clan must get it from their mama. Kris Jenner's home became famous during the taping of the family's reality show, but she was also set to have a house-flipping show with Scott Disick. The show got canned, but her love for black-and-white tile lives on.
Actress, singer, and lover of mid-century design Mandy Moore was heavily involved with the redesign of her Pasadena home. She documented the experience on Instagram—from paint swatches to pantry shelves. You can steal a bit of her aesthetic by shopping the decor collection she released with Shutterfly.
Mandy Moore Collection Modern Chevron Pillow, from $17.50, Shutterfly
Actor, producer, and restaurateur Eva Longoria launched her home decor line with JCPenney in 2015, and the Mediterranean-inspired bedding and window treatments are still making our hearts sing today.
Eva Longoria Home Esme Rod-Pocket Curtain Panel, $79.99, JCPenney
Ellen and Portia de Rossi share a love for design and are serial house flippers. Ellen published a book featuring several of their grand estates, called Home, in 2015, and told The New York Times that she grew up wanting to be an interior designer. Not that a TV star was a bad second option.
From her tabletop collection to the historical Frank Lloyd Wright property she owned, Keaton has long been a design fanatic. She's published three design-focused books, including her latest, which details how she used Pinterest to decorate a recent home.
Singer, actress, and fashion designer Jessica Simpson started designing home decor pieces in 2014. She started with bright and colorful bedding before branching out to towels and super-cute bathroom accessories.
Naomi Bath Rug, $28.99, Jessica Simpson Home
In addition to a successful home decor line with Kohl's, the Hills star writes about home decor on her blog and leads room makeovers with Pottery Barn and DIY instructions on trendy woven tapestries.
Kate Ruffle Sheer Curtain, from $27.99, LC Lauren Conrad
The iconic super model entered the furniture business back in 2005 and has grown her home decor empire steadily over the past decade. She believes in designing with the history of the home in mind, and shared her six rules for living stylishly with us last year.
Calista Microfiber Chair-and-a-Half, $869.95, Cindy Crawford
Michelle Williams said she was inspired by her grandmother, who used to design her own textiles, to launch her bedding collection in 2016. Called, "Believe at Home by Michelle Williams," for , a home shopping network, the ultra-feminine pieces have the Tina Knowles stamp of approval.
"Andromeda" 4-Piece Comforter Set, $42.97, Believe at Home by Michelle Williams
After becoming an international supermodel and lending her talents to apparel and cosmetics lines, Iman launched her fabric company at New York Fashion Week in 2010. Her are fairly affordable and certainly memorable.
The Modern Family star is apparently more of a fan of contemporary furniture rather than modern pieces. Sophia began designing furniture for Rooms To Go in 2013, with a focus on clean and contemporary pieces.
Paris Silver 3 Pc Queen Bed, $599.99, Sofia Vergara
Catherine Zeta Jones launched a home decor line on QVC in 2017, called Casa Zeta-Jones. Besides having a totally clever line, her collections are full of ultra-feminine bedding and home textiles. Design is apparently a family talent; the actress told that her mother used to upholster chairs and make all of her own curtains.
Metallic Printed Cotton TW Comforter Set, $88, Casa Zeta-Jones
After Brad Pitt ordered a desk from , he realized his passion for design was similar to the company's owner Frank Pollaro. This was confirmed when Pollaro noted a design sketch book chock-full of hundreds of sketches Brad had created over a decade. They partnered to bring those designs to life and now you can bring some of them home (for the right price).
The famous singer is now also a bonafide interior designer, even landing himself on our 2018 A-List. He also released his first collection of furniture in collaboration with CB2 in 2015, and the cool, edgy pieces are still available for purchase.
Changes Console, $899, cb2 x kravitz design
If you follow the model and actress on Instagram, you already know that she's a fixer-upper queen. She's given fans the real deal on the renovation of the Austin home she bought with hubby Andy Roddick in 2013—accidental holes in the wall and all. Decker is also the co-founder of , a website that helps people organize their closets through digital tagging and tracking.
Actress, director, and winemaker Drew Barrymore released a home decor collection for Shutterfly in 2016 and has long been a design junkie (hence all the magazines on her Instagram). She told ELLE Decor that while she's "always been a homemaker," there's no reason to take your shoes off at the door. "Put your feet up anywhere, drink anywhere, I don't really have coasters ... you can use a book," she said.
Did you know that model Miranda Kerr has a dining and decor collection? The ultra-feminine, butterfly-adorned plates and vases make us want to don our finery and sit down for a tea party.
Miranda Kerr Friendship 8" Accent Plate 4-Piece Set, $87.99, Royal Albert
What? Did you expect Lisa Vanderpump of Real Housewives and Vanderpump Rules to have a home decor line that didn't involve crystals?
Kensington Large Bowl, $111.99, IMPULSE!
Eric Church's furniture line is called "," which is a little cheesy but on brand for the country star. Church said he grew up with family members in the furniture industry in North Carolina, working odd jobs in the industry that put "sawdust in his veins."
Arrow Ridge Ebony 3 Pc Queen Bed, $799.99, Eric Church Highway To Home