Last night (or, technically, this morning) at precisely midnight, after a month of clue-dropping on Instagram—and a little bit in real life, too—queen of pop Taylor Swift released her latest single and accompanying video. “ME,” featuring Brendon Urie from Panic! At the Disco, has already racked up millions of views and listens. If you don’t live under a rock, by now you’ve already seen the sight of Taylor arguing with Brendon in a pseudo-Victorian home, then storming out to parade down Disneyland-esque streets followed by a horde of pastel suit-clad ladies, and wind up perched on a unicorn gargoyle. And, of course, if you’re like us—AKA with interior design on the brain, always—you were likely trying to identify some of the decor in the now-viral video. Well, luckily for you, we’re on the case. Here’s where to get a little bit of Taylor’s style.
Potter-designer-author-creative extraordinaire Jonathan Adler made not one but two cameos in the video, with his Reform Credenza and Jacques table dotting Swift and Urie’s teal-colored mock living room. The credenza was flanked by oil paintings of Swift’s cats, as well as a rendering of the Dixie Chicks (which has prompted more than a little speculation on their possible contribution to a forthcoming album).
Meanwhile, two of Adler’s acrylic and brass Jacques coffee tables held center stage in the room where Swift and Urie argued (somewhat confusingly) in French. Maybe it’s another sign?
Adler, for his part, is thrilled at the inclusion. “Even though I’m a 52-year-old designer, I’m completely in the thrall of Ms. Swift’s entire oeuvre,” he confesses. “I couldn’t be happier to see my stuff in her video. Our oeuvres are colliding. Mind blown, kapow!”
Though it’s not yet officially confirmed, we’re pretty sure we tracked down the dusty rose velvet sofa and matching armchairs at the center of Taylor’s debate on none other than Overstock.com. Guess Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson (Taylor’s cats, that is) like a good deal.
Both chairs and the sofa are from Modway furniture and come in blue and gray, in addition to the dusty rose selected by Swift.
The most eagle-eyed in our office spotted a final recognizable item: this geometric rose gold photo frame—which sits on a desk in the house, with nary a photo inside. Guess that’s just the “Blank Space.”
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