Interior Crush: Emily Current – Abigail Nora
Interior Crush: Emily Current – Abigail Nora

Interior Crush: Emily Current – Abigail Nora

When Amber Interiors teams up with one of your favorite stylists and designers, pure magic happens… which is exactly the case with Emily Current’s home.

Emily is one half of clothing labels Current/Elliott and The Great with her best friend Emily Merritt, and the duo also have a line at PBTeen and a killer lifestyle blog. Oh, yeah, and she’s a mom on top of it all — the very definition of a girlboss, no?

Interior designer Amber Lewis worked together with Emily to create a family-friendly, California-cool space that reflects her family’s eclectic sensibilities and elevated taste. Or, as Emily describes it: “Laid back, California eclectic, with a touch of rock-n-roll.”

Take a peek at Emily’s enviable home below:

I love that there is actually a TV in the family room. Does anyone else feel like a lot of home tours feature these super high-end spaces that don’t have a TV?  I need my Housewives, please and thank you.

The dining room combines natural woods with graphic prints and a tulip table for an eclectic, modern effect.

I love the exposed beams in the living room, and the combination of textures (fur! metallics! velvet!) definitely creates the rock ‘n’ roll vibe Emily talked about the house having.

The whimsical ship figurine in the breakfast nook is totally in line with the Emily + Merritt PBTeen collection. In fact, there’s currently a very similar lamp in the collection if you want to get the Emily Current look yourself!

I’m a sucker for a good vignette — and pretty jealous of Emily’s Byredo and Le Labo perfumes. Although I do also spy Nirvana White on the shelf, and that Urban Outfitters astrological jewelry stand that I super want but has long been sold out.

This is Emily’s daughter’s room but, um, I would totally be okay if my grown-up apartment looked like this.

The nursery doubles as a guest room, and features this heavenly white guest bed set up.

Images: Amber Interiors, Lonny