Design Inspiration Based on Your Favorite Taylor Swift Album

Whether you love the pop synth beats of "1989" or the banjo plucking of "Fearless," we've got ideas on how you should decorate your home based on your favorite Taylor Swift album.

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April 20, 2020

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Taylor Swift

When 16-year-old Taylor Swift released her self-titled debut album in 2006, the world of country music stopped and listened. Most of the album's songs were written while Swift was a freshman in high school. In fact, the lead single “Tim McGraw” was partially written while she was in math class. Songs like “Teardrops on My Guitar,” “Should’ve Said No,” and “Picture to Burn” launched her career and led her to win top awards including the CMA Horizon Award and the ACM trophy for Top Female Vocalist the following year.

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Country Cute

If the debut album is your favorite, you’ll want to pay homage to its country roots. This kitchen is beaming with farmhouse details like charming wood floors and rustic finishes. A patterned tile backsplash adds dimension to the design, while a sliding barn door brings interest to the space. Complete the look with your favorite fresh flowers.

Rustic Relaxation

Fans of the debut album will enjoy spaces that feel homey and lived-in. This bedroom was made into a rustic retreat with warm accents and wooden details. A green comforter pops against the shiplap white walls, bringing color to this comfortable country room. An unpainted wood ceiling pulls the farmhouse look together.

Sunny + Chic

Focus on spaces where you can host and entertain loved ones. This open and airy sunroom features country details like a reclaimed wood-topped coffee table and woven sofa. The paneled ceilings and custom Roman shades come together for an effect that's casual yet effortlessly chic.

Fearless

In 2009, Swift released Fearless, which became the best-selling album of the year. Swift’s sophomore record went on to win Album of the Year at the Grammys, making her, at 20, the youngest artist to win the award at the time. Singles like “Love Story” and “You Belong With Me” caught the attention of the pop world, but she was still a country girl at heart. She was just a little more fearless.

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Gold + Glitter

If you can't get enough of Fearless, add touches of jewel tones and metallics throughout your space to create a look that is bold and courageous. In this chic bedroom, identical Art Deco mirrors and nightstands shine with symmetry and balance while the velvety bedding screams chic.

Marvelous Marble

You'll have "The Best Day" cooking with loved ones in a beautiful kitchen. This open plan space runs over with glamourous details, including clear-back chairs, metallic pendant lights and an accent wall of blue cabinets to bring a bit of color.

A Touch of Glam

At the end of the day, Fearless fans want a place to unwind and relax. Simple yet elegant, this modern bathroom is the best of both worlds with marble subway tile, a pedestal sink and a cast-iron bathtub. Gold accents throughout add a touch of glam.

Speak Now

Speak Now centers around love and all of its forms. Swift shares stories of her childhood in “Never Grow Up,” her experience with relationships in "Mine," and heartbreak in "Dear John." Swift, the sole writer of the album, shares stories that are extremely personal, yet the evocative lyrics transport listeners back in time to their own teenage days.

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Romantic French Country

Just like Speak Now, your home should be romantic with a fairytale essence. French-country style, with intricate craftsmanship fit for a princess, fits the album's country tone. In this beautiful dining area and kitchen, the textures are enchanting: a crystal-and-gold chandelier, brick ceiling, stone range hood and a mirrored dining table.

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Pretty Pastels

Play on the album's youthful tone with a canopy bed and pastel accents. Add rich details like damask wallpaper, floral patterns, a chenille bedspread and canopy curtains. For an extra hint of glamour, top it off with a dainty chandelier.

Hints of Gold

Need inspiration for a color palette? Look no further than the album's cover. Hints of pink and purple can be seen throughout this living room with touches of gold for subtle glamour. A glass-top coffee table, tufted ottomans and an artful display of tabletop accessories add visual richness and depth to complete the room.

Red

Love, frustration and jealousy — there's nothing beige about those feelings. Swift's fourth studio album centers around intense emotions that, you guessed it, Swift describes as red. Songs like "Begin Again" appeal to her country fans while "I Knew You Were Trouble" and "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" resonate with pop fans. The lyrics share stories of a 20-something girl dancing her way through young adulthood, making the rhythm up as she goes.

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White + Eclectic

If Red is your favorite album, focus on rooms with high-class style and unique pieces. In the living room, opt for a tete-a-tete sofa in the center, open to both sides of the room for easy conversations. Pops of red and a unique chandelier bring together the youthful feel.

Fun Seating

"It feels like a perfect night for breakfast at midnight" with this fun sitting area. To capture Red's youthful feel, add fun elements like unique seating throughout your home. This mix of seating includes lucite ghost chairs (one with a fur throw) and a red banquette to bring an electric flair.

Whimsical Yet Chic

Modern furnishings pair nicely with the distinctive architecture of this fashionable urban loft. The whimsical, leaf-like chandelier and sleek steel dining table surrounded by white leather chairs will make guests want to "Stay Stay Stay."

1989

Inspired by the year she was born and her new life in the Big Apple, 1989 is Swift's first fully pop album. 1989 captures Swift's adult self in a way that had never been heard before. Swift won her second Album of the Year Grammy for this record, making her the first woman in history to win the award twice.

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Welcome to New York

You can bring New York trends to your home no matter where you live. This living room features two neutral, oversized chaises longues and a sleek, modern fireplace. Pendant lights and floor-to-ceiling windows complete the look.

Urban Retreat

In the bathroom, think sophisticated and polished. This color palette is mainly white, black and gray, but at a closer glance, you'll see pops of dark blue for contrast. Large mirrors over the sink help make the small space feel larger by reflecting the outdoor light.

Penthouse Vibes

Create a chic retreat in the bedroom with wraparound windows, large area rug and a silver chandelier. Even without the views, large windows will give the same vibe as a New York City penthouse to fulfill your "Wildest Dreams."

reputation

Swift's sixth studio album took a much darker and heavier approach than her previous work. The girl known for being a hopeless romantic was singing of public feuds in "Look What You Made Me Do" and revenge in "I Did Something Bad." Why the sudden switch? Fans never got a full answer. Once the album was released, Swift coined the phrase: "There will be no explanation. There will just be reputation." Fans apparently didn't need an explanation; the album went on to be Billboard's top-selling album of 2018, and with only 53 shows, the Reputation Stadium Tour became the highest-grossing tour in U.S. history.

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Moody Hues

Fans of reputation will enjoy moody colors throughout their home. This handsome kitchen looks fit for a king with its regal black-and-gold island, barstools and range hood. Pale gray cabinetry balances the bolder elements and adds warmth to the space.

Black + White + Gold

Create dimension in the living room with a monochromatic and metallic look. A classic white mantel will ground the look while "Delicate" gold accents add chicness. Complete the space with artwork, photos and white vases to pop against the dark furnishings.

Open Concept

This "Gorgeous" master bathroom offers a true spa experience with deep vessel sinks and a large walk-in shower. The bathtub area is designed with floor-to-ceiling marble and brings brightness to the dramatic black space. Gold details bring a little sparkle while accenting the bold color scheme.

Lover

Lover brought Swift back to everything she is known for: dreamy love songs (like the title track), catchy pop songs ("Cruel Summer") and clever breakup songs ("Death By A Thousand Cuts"). She also tackles issues not touched on in previous work, including politics and gender equality. Regardless of the topic, there's a lightness to her lyrics that capture her newfound confidence and maturity.

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Vibrant Wallpaper

Fans of Lover will appreciate a colorful home with thoughtful accents. Consider fun wallpaper in your favorite room to bring life to an ordinary space. This jewel box of a music room is sealed with a kiss with bright pink and red lips and an emerald-green sofa for a luxurious contrast.

Lovely in Lavender

Take notes from Lover's album cover when decorating your home. In the bathroom, pair lavender, white and gold for a dreamy combination. Details like a flower mural and crystal chandelier add romance to this spa-like space.

Pretty in Pink

Continue the whimsical play of color in your home office. Select colors that will work together instead of fight for attention. Pretty pink walls with accent green furniture pair nicely together and are balanced with a herringbone-patterned wood floor. Ivory curtains complete the dainty look.

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