Every celebrity home decor collection to shop right now – a comprehensive list from Drew Barrymore to Reese Witherspoon

A home decor brand is the hottest new celebrity accessory. Here's the complete list of every collection, collaboration, and brand on the market

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What do Gwyneth Paltrow, Chrissy Teigen, Lenny Kravitz, and Travis Barker all have in common? Home decor brands. No matter their skillset or the reason for their fame, it seems that a home decor or accessories collection is the latest, hottest item for celebrities.

With the wide variety of famous people who have either created or curated collections of home decor ideas, it's hard to keep track. Lucky for you, we're here to make it easy. The team at Homes & Gardens compiled a complete encyclopedia of over 25 celebrity home collections, collaborations, and brands, you can shop right now.

From Courteney Cox to Eva Mendes to Kelly Clarkson, the star-studded list is full to the brim with inspiration.

Bobby Berk

Bobby Berk x Wayfair

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The Bobby Berk Home furniture collection with Wayfair is a stylish ode to contemporary design. Berk's affordable collaboration celebrates geometric patterns with rugs and artwork while furniture uplifts organic, non-traditional lines.

Chrissy Teigen

Cravings by Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen

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Chrissy Teigen's colorful range of Cravings cookware was created to make cooking fun. The mood-boosting shades of crockery add a pop of color to any kitchen idea, and the multi-purpose appliances are designed to promote a clutter-free cooking space by minimizing the number of pieces you need.

Courteney Cox


Courteney Cox

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If you identified with Courteney Cox's ultra-clean character on Friends, Monica, then Homecourt might just be your favorite brand on this list. Post-sitcom, the actress launched this line of unique cleaning products and home fragrances she calls, 'beauty products for the home.' Each piece looks just as good as it smells.

Diane Keaton

Keaton Industries x Perigold

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Icons create icons. In her Keaton Industries collaboration with Aidan Gray for Perigold, iconic actress Diane Keaton designed a collection of industrial chic lighting options that rival her inimitable style. The black, white, and graphite shades pack a huge punch, despite their minimalist color scheme.

Drew Barrymore

Beautiful by Drew Barrymore at Walmart

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Perhaps no celebrity home range has received as much attention as Drew Barrymore's 'Beautiful by Drew' line with Walmart. From kitchenware to living room furniture and decor, Drew has it all.

The collection not only lives up to its lofty namesake, but offers its eponymous beauty at an unbeatable price point. Consumers can't get enough, evidenced by the fact that pieces like the Beautiful by Drew Chair and Beautiful by Drew Airfrier have sold out time and time again.

Drew and Johnathan Scott

Scott Living 

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The Property Brothers' brand Scott Living is available at Wayfair (Scott Living Wayfair) and Kohl's (Scott Living Kohl's), and embraces simple, no-nonsense design. From easy geometric mirrors to classic sheer curtains and decorative vases, Scott Living is a masterclass in decorating a neutral living room.

Ellen DeGeneres

ED by Ellen

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We all know that Ellen Degeneres has a penchant for real estate, and ED by Ellen proves that this talent extends to interior design. The ultra-chic brand is inspired by the talk show host's lifestyle and love of contemporary design. Her mid-century modern furnishings and modern farmhouse pieces are designed to last a lifetime.

Eva Mendes

Skura Style

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'Skura' is Swedish for 'scrub,' the perfect name for these ergonomic, Scandinavian-inspired sponges and cleaning supplies. Eva became a co-owner after discovering how much she loved doing the dishes with a Skura Style Sponge, and she's never looked back.

Gwyneth Paltrow

Goop x CB2

Gwyneth Paltrow

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Everyone knows Gwyneth is a lifestyle goddess, and it was only a matter of time until her health, wellness, and design expertise made it into the world of interiors. Goop x CB2 is her beautiful collection of furniture and home accessories. Spoiler: it actually looks like something you'd see in Paltrow's home.

Hilary Duff


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With Below60°, Hilary Duff made home fragrances all natural and design-led. What more could you want? Her discreet fragrance diffusers are made to blend seamlessly into your existing decor, and the three lovely fragrances are made of natural, clean ingredients.

Joanna Gaines

Magnolia Home

Joanna Gaines

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As an icon in the interiors space, it only makes sense that Joanna Gaines has an iconic brand, Magnolia Home. Her range encompasses a variety of beautiful furniture and unmissable kitchenware.

Kathy Hilton

Ruggable x The Hiltons

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Kathy Hilton and daughter Nicky Hilton's collection of washable rugs with Ruggable signifies timeless elegance and style. The art-deco pieces are versatile and long-lasting, perfect for a living room with heavy traffic.

Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson Home

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Kelly Clarkson Home perfectly embodies Clarkson's warm, rustic interior design style. Her collection of furniture and homewares can be found exclusively at Wayfair.

Kim Kardashian

SKKN by Kim

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Though SKKN by Kim started as a skincare brand, the socialite has expanded into home accessories. Each piece carries Kardashian's cool minimalist signature look. We can completely see the style dominating bathroom trends for 2024.

Kris Jenner


Kris Jenner

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We didn't know cleaning supplies could be called 'chic' until we saw Kris Jenner's line, Safely. This colorful collection of sprays, soaps, and fragrance diffusers makes cleaning the kitchen easy.

Lenny Kravitz

Kravitz Design x CB2

Lenny Kravitz

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CB2 x Kravitz Design

Unsurprisingly, Lenny Kravitz's collection with CB2 is oh-so cool. The Kravitz Design collab takes inspiration from around the globe for a warm, sultry aesthetic we're dying to bring to our own homes.

Lisa Vanderpump

Vanderpump Alain

Lisa Vanderpump

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Lisa Vanderpump has teamed up with designer Nick Alain to create a gorgeous lighting line. Vanderpump Alain embraces everyday glamor with shimmery and unique lights and lamps.

Jessica Simpson

Jessica Simpson Home

Jessica Simpson

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Jessica Simpson Home is giving modern Americana in the best way. Simpson's collection of fashion-forward bedding is cozy and timeless. If you're loving the current Western trend, but aren't sure how to tap in, this is a great place to start.

Martha Stewart

The World of Martha

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Martha Stewart is the uncontested lifestyle queen. So while cooking may be her passion, the home maven still makes time for interior design with The World of Martha collection. Encompassing everything from the best bedding to cookware, it's a great place to shop for quality items at a reasonable price.

Miranda Kerr

Miranda Kerr for Royal Albert

If you like a tea party, you'll love Miranda Kerr's Friendship Collection for Royal Albert. Inspired by the model's love of the natural world, the bright and colorful collection features motifs of butterflies, peonies , and other blue florals. The bone china pieces are perfect for tea or formal dining.

Paris Hilton

Be an Icon

Paris Hilton's Homewares Collection

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When it comes to decorating with pink, there's no where better to shop than Paris Hilton's Be an Icon Collection at Walmart. Hilton's range of pink cookware and kitchen tools is fun and playful with several heart-shaped pieces. As the name suggests, it's iconic.

McGee & Co.

McGee and Co.

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If you're a fan of modern farmhouse decor Shea McGee's brand is the best place to shop it. The naturally inspired, minimalist look compliments any interior design scheme and the collection is always growing.

Reese Witherspoon

Draper James

Reese Witherspoon

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Though Witherspoon's brand Draper James is best known for their polished, Nashville-inspired clothing, the Legally Blonde actress has also created an enviable collection of kitchen, tableware, and candles.

Travis Barker

Travis Barker x Buster + Punch

Travis Barker

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Though Travis Barker curating a collection of home accessories wasn't on our bingo card, we're so glad he did. TB's collection with Buster + Punch is an artful blend of luxury design with rock 'n roll.

Venus Williams

V Starr

Venus Williams

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Though Venus Williams's design studio isn't a homeware brand per se, V Starr is killing it as a celebrity design brand. Venus is responsible for designing one of our favorite celebrity homes, sister Serena Williams's house. We love to see it.

As interest in home decor soars, we can't wait to see who else joins the ranks of celebrities killing it in the world of design.

News Editor

I am a London-based News Editor at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture focusing on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.