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Shop Agyness Deyn's Kitschy, Kooky Apartment

For some people, it’s almost automatic: their style spills out of their closet and into their home. Like Rachel Zoe, whose penchant for all things '70s pops up not just in her clothing but in her fur throw pillows and Missoni blankets, too. 

But not so with Agyness Deyn, who just welcomed iD magazine into her New York apartment. The loft steps away from her punchy wardrobe (Dr. Marten's boots, neon tees, fedoras) into softer, kitschier territory (giant hourglasses, oriental screens, acquatic walls).

It's a little bit grandparent-y, and yah, a little bit Hoarders. But we think diluting the apartment's designs would make for some good accent pieces, like the five examples below:

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Aggy's bedroom dives pretty deeply into the spring runway's under the sea trend. Like, really deeply.

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For a subtler acquatic touch, we'd bookend our nightstands with these gilded coral lamps.

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Her entry way brings the outside indoors, through ceramic garden stools.

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We'd use them as accent tables at the ends of a plush, velvety couch.

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We don't know who stars in the random portrait above Agyness's day bed...

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But we like the idea of a gilded painting as décor, and this one costs less than a pedicure.

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We imagine that giant mirrored obelisk would get in the way of dinner party conversations, no?

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Instead, we'd keep ours on a bookshelf.

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That paper lantern looks pretty lonely...

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So we'd buy a bunch, and arrange them in a cluster over a table.

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