Each year the Oscars’ red carpet boasts some of the awards season’s most memorable couture looks. This year was no exception. From color to style to materials and theme, here are some of the design trends we noticed on the red carpet that are making their way into home decor as well.

Glitter Head to Toe

There’s never any shortage of glamour on the red carpet but this year showed a particularly flashy type of glam: head to toe shimmer and diamonds. From the body contouring reflectivity of J. Lo, Brie Larson, and Molly Sims’ gowns to the traditional full shirts of Kelly Rippa and Michelle Yeoh, each of these blingy gowns screamed Hollywood glamour!

michelle yeoh, jennifer lopez, and brie larson at the oscars Diamonds head to Toe Glamour from the 2019 oscars red carpet

Michelle Yeoh in Elie Saab, Jennifer Lopez in Tom Ford, Brie Larson in Celine

Finding Your Lighting!

At Lori Dennis Inc. we sure do love sparkle! The best way to introduce some glam into your home is with a good lighting plan. A gorgeous chandelier is a great place to start. And where do you hang a chandelier? We say anywhere there’s a ceiling! Starting with the decorative lighting can be fun, but don’t forget you need a good source of general lighting and lastly, sneak in some accent lighting like the picture lights we installed here to highlight architectural or decorative details in the space.

Wallpapered ceiling and white cabinets in custom dream closet

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Crystal, sparkle, and mirrored statement pieces will give elevate your space to A-list status!

Mirrored & Metallic Furniture

Another way to turn up the glam is with mirrored and metallic accents. In this closet, we had mirrored walls to work with and lots of awesome natural light, which we highlighted even more with a mirrored vanity and silver finishes.

Color Blocked and Monochrome Black & White

Black & White is classic and there’s a reason it never goes out of style. These color blocked and monochromatic looks, when done right, really show off the design of the dress itself and are incredibly cinematic. 

melissa mccarthy, regina king, and lady gaga on the oscars red carpet

Melissa McCarthy in Brandon Maxwell, Regina King in Oscar De La Renta, Lady Gaga in Alexander McQueen

Monochromatic Palettes Highlight Elegant Lines

Use a monochromatic palette in your home to highlight the lines – in this Bel Air bedroom, everything is black and white with an occasional golden pop (like the Oscar statue of the room). When the focus isn’t on the color, it’s on the shape and style. The brush strokes of the abstract artwork contrast with the rigid cross stitch pattern of the bed.

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Here, we curated some of our favorite unique black and white finds at a variety of price points: sculptural art objects and abstract wall art, printed window treatments, rugs, and a Pottery Barn kids dresser.

Monochromatic Palettes to Highlight Shapes

Similarly, in this walk-in closet, we used a black and white palette with some pops of gold to contrast curvier shapes with square.

Masculine & Retro

There was quite a bit of gender bending on this year’s red carpet. Pant suits and structured blazers were seen on many starlettes and red carpet veterans and Billy Porter graced us with his tuxedo gown. 

Masculine and Retro looks on the oscar red carpet 2019

Billy Porter in Christian Siriano, Elis Fischer in Thom Browne, Allison Janney in Pamella Roland

Yin & Yang in the Dining Room

Boxy, masculine, retro lines are also making their way into interiors. This dining room was the perfect balance of masculine and feminine, with a palette of white and grays. White tuxedo dining chairs flank either side of the round dining table. A mirror-lined wall bounces around the light from the glass chandelier and everything in the space serves to highlight the Los Angeles views outside.

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Midcentury style seating and sturdy four-poster beds and statement lighting: We searched for pieces that felt like formal staples, like a fine bespoke tuxedo.

Sleek Masculine Style in the Closet

This closet was designed for a super stylish bachelor in Santa Monica.The dark wood and sleek silver finishes give the space its retro, fashion-forward look, reminiscent of a luxurious hotel suite closet.

Frilly & Feminine

On the other end of the spectrum, there was no shortage of over-the-top frilly, feminine looks. Lots of tulle and hot pink, chintzy floral prints, and ballerina style on this year’s red carpet. 

Maya Rudolph, Linda cardellini, and helen mirren in pink gowns on the oscars red carpet

Maya Rudolph in Giambattista Valli, Linda Cardellini in Schiaparelli, Helen Mirren in Schiaparelli

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Tulle and pom-pom’s and frill – it’s making a comeback, big time! It’s unapologetically feminine and perfect for a girl’s bedroom or modern lounge.

Pretty in Pink Bedroom

A delicate chandelier, pastel pink walls, and floral print bedding. Less you forget this isn’t your grandma’s chintzy guest bedroom, there’s a cool lucite desk to update the space and give it a subtle bit of edge.

pink pastel french inspired bedroom design by celebrity interior designer Lori Dennis in Los Angeles

Boho Babe Bedroom

By contrast, this bedroom is quintessential Los Angeles boho style, complete with pretty pink accents and prints, but nonetheless fun, feminine, and full of spunk.

The evolution of the color pink is interesting when you look at millennial design trends. By this point you’ve likely heard of ‘Millennial Pink,’ a hue more muted than bubblegum, cooler than salmon, and punchier than baby pink. But each of those other shades maintain some popularity amongst millennial products. Pastels on the one end and jewel tones on the other, particularly on velvet pillows can be found all over the homes of the under 40 crowd.

Sunny Shades and Playful Pastels

It seems this red carpet was ready for Spring because much of the carpet adorned an Easter palette. Sunny canary yellow could be seen on such stars as Constance Wu and Maria Menounos, dusty pinks on Lisa Bonet and Marie Kondo, and eggshell blues on Elaine Walteroth and Charlize Theron.

Constance Wu in Versace, Elaine Walteroth in Hueb, Maria Menounos in Celia Kritharioti

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Here we searched for home decor with whimsical shapes and patterns, ombre color patterns, and pieces that just plain make you happy!

Spring for Creativity

Designing this home office was all about creating a space to stimulate creativity. Golds and blues and textures and prints made this a space the homeowner could work in all day long and stay happy and focused.

Get Organized (cohesive decor, mixture of built-in storage solutions and...Go as paper-free as possible) Color: Inspiring Palette (some may prefer splashes of Color for character so not too distracting, but we had fun with these clients who wanted a bright, bold wallpaper to keep them inspired all day long) Flow/Frequency of Use: Seating - Key for comfort, you’ll be spending a lot of time time in these chairs so choose desk and lounge seating that you can comfortably adjust positions in all day long. Varied Lighting: Task, natural, etc, put on dimmers so it’s easier on eyes. Consider getting a screen protector Hide Electric: Nothing ruins a beautiful room quite like our 21st century comforts, but hide electric cables and stow unsightly printers away with some chic built-In cabinetry. Consider floating your desk, rather than pressing it up against a wall, a much more powerful position. Mirrored Surfaces: Integrate some shimmer to bounce light: mirrors, metallics, mixed metals Artwork: Include art you want to look at all day long! Face the View: Go Green: In the vein of going green, be sure to include some fresh flowers or plants.

Large Scale, Colorful Artwork and Cozy Textiles…

That’s what made this family room a great entertaining space. The space still has luxe textiles and glimmering gold accents, but the Spring color palette keeps this otherwise formal living room warm and inviting.