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Usually when we talk about style icons, it’s about what they wore and how they wore it.

But today we’re going beyond the clothes, to peer into their sometimes-humble abodes to see how they lived. And in the same spirit of channeling their stylishness, we’ve managed to track down some modern-day equivalents of their boudoir style. (You could use a new set of high-thread-count sheets anyhow.)

Here’s what you need to live as stylishly as the icons…
012814_Living_1Paul Newman’s printed wool blanket.

012814_Living_2The Boss’s utilitarian floor lamp that doubles as a bedside table.

012814_Living_3Tom Hanks’s classic and cozy high-thread-count bordered bedsheets.

012814_Living_4James Dean’s desk built into bookshelves.

012814_Living_5Thom Browne’s suit valet stand.

012814_Living_6Andy Spade’s large framed upholstered headboard.

012814_Living_7Ernest Hemingway’s trophy collection.

—N.B.

CONTRIBUTORS

  • Najib Benouar