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Who doesn't love Diane Keaton? She's an accomplished actor, director, writer, style icon…the list goes on and on. And add to that, she's a huge design and architecture buff — her homes have been featured in magazines and she's the author of two design books. Diane's got that relaxed, California-cool vibe that I aspire to in my own home. In my fantasy world, I'm hanging out with Diane in her impeccably-decorated Spanish-style house (or The Father of the Bride house, which is conveniently located in my hometown). She's wearing an all-white outfit, we're drinking wine, and she's giving me design tips.
Since this is the real world and that will likely never happen, I can still try to live like her with the help of One Kings Lane. The actress has curated furniture, decorative accents, and more for a sale on the site to celebrate her new memoir, Let's Just Say It Wasn't Pretty. I'm currently coveting the Navajo wool rug, the Rumrill Pitcher, and copies of her signed memoirs. The sale ends on Sunday, so grab your favorite pieces while they're still available.
There's a running conversation about a Diane Keaton movie marathon night that my friends and I have been dancing around for the past few months. Any of these pieces would be perfect for hosting the shindig, so I guess we actually have to schedule it on our calendars now, guys.
Tell us: What do you think of Diane Keaton's curated sale? Would you buy any of these pieces?