Cara and Poppy Delevingne's LA House Is a Tropical Oasis, and I Want to Move In ASAP
It looks like Cara and Poppy Delevingne's house is just as charming and laid-back as they are. The famous sisters recently opened the doors of their Los Angeles home to Architectural Digest for the magazine's September issue, and every single corner of the jungle-themed abode looks straight out of a decor inspiration Pinterest board. Banana leaf-patterned accents fill just about every room. Macrame planters hang from the ceiling above their staircase. A rattan chandelier dangles over the dining room table. And a balcony that wraps all the way around the second story provides sweeping views of the lush greenery surrounding their oasis.
Although the stylish siblings share a love for palm fronds and bamboo, their bedroom suites have quite contrasting decor styles. Poppy's room, which she shares with her husband, James Cook, is relaxing and airy, with a tranquil light-blue color palette and tropical wallpaper behind her bed. "This room is so bright that I have to put a protective force field around me because it burns my skin," Cara joked of her sister's suite. Meanwhile, Cara's room is quite the opposite, replete with a bold purple and red color palette, velvet seating, and a custom bed that's positively enormous — 11 feet wide, to be exact.
Ahead, watch Cara and Poppy put their quirky sisterly bond on display while giving a tour of their dreamy LA home, then keep reading to see all the snapshots that deserve a spot on your home decor Pinterest board.