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Get the Look: Christina Ricci’s Eclectic Living Room

Re-create the actress’s chic classic-meets-Modern home style with these affordable furnishings.

With her critically acclaimed and cult favorite roles ranging from sultry to sardonic — she’s currently playing notorious 1800s suspected axe murderer Lizzie Borden in The Lizzie Borden Chronicles — it’s no wonder that actress Christina Ricci’s Los Feliz bungalow would reflect a style range much the same.

Her home in Los Angeles recently sold for $1.3 million, but we jumped at the chance to source items that would stack up to her eclectic home style. Here’s how to get the look on a nonceleb dime. Scroll down to find links to all of the products shown here.


Loloi Grand Canyon Rug, $159 to $379,

A great cowhide rug can both elevate and ground any space in prairie-meets-Modern cool. This faux version is just as durable as the real thing.

Graham & Brown Floral Wallpaper, $30/roll,

This washable vinyl paper in a subtle floral motif lends a fresh perspective that’s perfect to deck out a single accent wall.

Kardiel Jackie Love Seat, $945,

Few pieces look (or feel) as great as a sofa upholstered in timeless bouclé cashmere — especially in a punched-up turquoise hue. Button tufting and zip-off seat covers are just one more reason to love lounging on it.

Retractable Crystal Chandelier, $149,

A dramatic piece lends a focal point to a lived-in, laid-back space like Ricci’s (or your own).

Tribeca Coffee Table, $395,

A nod to Mid-Century Mod cool, this Noguchi-style tempered glass table centers the room and provides a neat perch for magazines, books, and party snacks.

Williams Credenza, $2,999,

Store things in style with this vintage-inspired credenza. (We love it even more for the precut, media-friendly cable and cord holes across the back panels.)

Mini Black Bowls, $1.95 each,

Style your credenza with a group of these mini bowls, which have a handmade, ceramic feel (and dishwasher-safe ease). Nest them in eye-catching stacks or use them to display pretty knickknacks, jewelry, or coins.