Justin Timberlake is an Interior Designer Now

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Justin Timberlake is an Interior Designer Now
Justin Timberlake—singer, actor, fashion designer, pro golfer and now interior designer.

Justin’s bride to be Jessica Biel may be busy planning their upcoming nuptials, but JT is busy in his own right. Today he announced his collaboration with HomeMint, a collection of home goods and art designed by Justin and his longtime interior designer, Estee Stanley.

Sure, Justin has great taste, but there’s two drawbacks; the collection won’t be available to view until May, and you have to pay $10 a month to enjoy the discounts and have early access to the products.

Justin talked to Elle Décor about his new venture. Here are some highlights from the article:

Elle Decor: What were some of your design inspirations?
ESTEE STANLEY: I think we definitely both have more of a European vibe, we’re inspired by Axel Vervoordt and Christian Liaigre. And we love ELLE DECOR! I was just in Paris and I bought about 10 copies of the European magazines over there and they were all amazing. Also, a lot of the shops in LA are great. Blackman Cruz, JF Chen, or in Paris, the outdoor markets. We’re more into antiques than contemporary pieces.
JT: It’s true. Also, I like very clean, almost modern architecture, and the obstacle with something like that is making it extremely warm, because it doesn’t naturally lend itself to that. With everything we do together, we try to get the juxtaposition right. To make pieces and rooms that are multifaceted, that blend different genres of architecture and design.

ED: Was that the main strategy in working on Justin’s homes together?
ES: Definitely. I’m a layering kind of designer–I don’t just “do” a room, I like shopping and finding pieces, then building from that. And we had a really good time shopping together. We’re both attracted to the same things. Though if he doesn’t like something, believe me, I know about it.
JT: Estee’s like the sister that I never got to terrorize. And so any chance I get to do that, I relish. But I probably got on her nerves more. I’ll sit and I’ll look at hardware for hours. Literally, for hours, I’ll sit and compare hardware. The devil’s in the details. I mean, it’s your home, it has to be your own. I like a lot of different things and the challenge is taking all the pieces you love and finding the common thread between them so it doesn’t look like it’s all just thrown into the same room.
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