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Have A Look At Emma Chamberlain’s Los Angeles Home; An Amazing Fusion Of Fashion In Interior Design

Emma Chamberlain is now including interior design in her amazing resume!

The 21-year-old YouTube sensation recently worked with Ashley Drost and Marie Trohman of Proem Studio to create her new Los Angeles house, which she displayed to Architectural Digest.

Known for her genuine, easygoing demeanor, Chamberlain drew inspiration from numerous periods and styles to create a boho modern look for the new location. She explains to AD, “I work from home, so I wanted to make something truly personal and cozy.

About Emma Chamberlain

Emma Chamberlain had already become a legitimate social media sensation by the time she was old enough to cast her ballot. Old-school revered journals, the same ones that experienced an existential crisis in the wake of the advent of new media, were falling over themselves in adoration for the young online sensation. She was dubbed “the funniest person on YouTube” and “transformed the world of online video” by The New York Times. 

Chamberlain was labeled “the most talked-about young influencer in the world” by The Atlantic. She was included in Time magazine’s 2019 list of the 25 Most Influential People on the Internet, with celebrities including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, politician Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and musician Lil Nas X.

At the ripe old age of 21, Chamberlain is currently enjoying act two of her brilliant career. She is concentrating on her highly regarded podcast Anything Goes, growing her eponymous Chamberlain Coffee company, promoting her brand partnerships with Louis Vuitton, Cartier, and Levi’s, as well as a variety of other endeavors that take advantage of her incredibly high level of popularity. If anyone is wondering how Chamberlain is so successful, the answer can be found in the fervent comment threads that are attached to her press releases and internet postings, where certain words—funny, authentic, candid, relatable, real—recur frequently.

Emma Chamberlain’s Amazing  Interior Design

In Chamberlain’s new Los Angeles residence, those same qualities are manifested in three dimensions. The house, which was created in association with Ashley Drost and Marie Trohman of Proem Studio, expertly reflects its owner’s cool, laid-back attitude and interesting sensibility, which prioritizes the unexpected and unusual over formulaic design awards and worn-out symbols of luxury. 

As a result of working from home, Chamberlain says of the project, “I wanted to make something entirely personal and comfortable.” “I tried to combine elements from several design eras and decades to create something that felt both fresh and unified. It wasn’t about adhering to a particular aesthetic or the guidelines. I made an effort to approach everything with humor and an open mind.

There was plenty of inspiration in the existing house. Built in 1955 and covered in cedar shake shingles, the building reads like a strange cross between Topanga Canyon Birkenstock bohemian and Northern California hippy contemporary, with a touch of Adirondack charm (think cozy fireplaces crackling beneath beamed ceilings). We leaned toward such an atmosphere because it resembled a summer camp nearly. 

We compared it to a cross between Troop Beverly Hills and Wet Hot American Summer. Drost remembers, laughing at the generational reference gap, “Emma remarked, ‘I adore that idea, but I have no clue what you’re talking about. “To be honest, the house isn’t ideal and never will be. However, it is very energetic and full of personality, and its flaws only serve to enhance the story we created with Emma, according to Trohman.

A decorative mix that is flexible enough to include some genuinely quirky items, like a boxy vintage television set hollowed out for a cat bed, and a series of corncob stools arrayed by the pool, is created by a collection of cool vintage pieces, including an Ettore Sottsass mirror and a Milo Baughman chaise longue.

One of the features of the house is a custom Proem Studio console made of unevenly stacked glass blocks that were inspired by the late fashion designer Willi Smith’s deconstructed brick workstation in the breathtaking WilliWear office that SITE created in the early 1980s. Emma would tell us to “go for it” whenever we approached her with a strange notion. We had her trust. So, Trohman recalls, “we challenged ourselves to think a little bit beyond the box. If there was something she wasn’t into, she would also push back. Drost continues, “Emma is mature beyond her years and knows what she wants.

A variety of artisanal, organic materials and surface treatments, including expanses of raw copper, custom free-form plaster fireplace surrounds, walls and ceilings lined in cork, slabs of honey onyx, and a wall covering of braided bacbac (banana-tree bark) with a subtle metallic shimmer, support the interiors’ earthy-with-a-twist aesthetic. I want the content to have a point. The alluring palette appeals to Chamberlain because “I enjoy things that feel like an art piece, like a painting, in and of itself.” 

In order to realize her idea for the eclectic collection of furniture, the archetypal influencer naturally turned to the internet. “I’m the girl who makes mood boards. I searched every nook and cranny of the internet and every strange, obscure area of Pinterest,” she claims. “Like with fashion, I get my home decorating inspiration from everywhere. In my view, everything is one.

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