Kate Hudson clearly knows how to draw attention—even when the subject has nothing to do with acting. The 42-year-old took to Instagram to show off her recently redecorated powder room and fans are going gaga over it.
As well as Kate Hudson's skincare routine, we're now lusting after her interior decorating skills too. Kate tagged designer Darien Stokes who helped her decorate as well as wall covering pros Arte in her post, in which she wears an unbuttoned black shirt with her hair down.
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In the image, Kate is leaning on the bathroom's door, gazing at a pretty cool, modern-looking brass sconce. The main focus though is one of the biggest bathroom trends for 2022—striking abstract leaf wallpaper—by Arte, a brand based in Belgium.
The decor's style is called Chintz.
The actress captioned her post, "Wallpapered my powder room and I am in love." So are we, Kate!
The powder room is part of the home that Kate shares with her boyfriend Danny Fujikawa and her three children, sons Ryder, Bingham and daughter Rani. Perhaps surprisingly, the house is actually her childhood home, previously owned by her mother Goldie Hawn and partner Kurt Russell, who now live down the street.
This is not the first time that the actress takes to the social media platform to sing the praises of wallpaper decor. This past September, for example, she posted a photo of Rani's nursery, boasting floor-to-ceiling florals. It actually looks like a rose garden.
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Before that, Kate showed off her kitchen, which features a section filled with printed tiles—not wallpaper, of course, but it functions the same way.
Clearly, there is just something about wall decor that strikes the actress’ fancy. We wouldn’t be surprised if, in addition to her acting and activewear brand Fabletics, Kate suddenly decided to launch a wallpaper line. She can count on us as customers.
Anna Rahmanan is a New York-based writer and editor who covers news, entertainment, lifestyle, culture, food, travel and more. Read more of her work at annabenyehuda.com.
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