Inside design is the newest addition to Emma Chamberlain’s already impressive resume. The 21-year-old YouTuber recently showed Architectural Digest her newly decorated home in Los Angeles, which she had decorated with the help of Proem Studio designers Ashley Drost and Marie Trohman.
Chamberlain, who is well-known for her genuine, chill demeanor, aimed for a bohemian modern look in the redesign, drawing inspiration from a wide range of eras and aesthetics. “I wanted to create something completely personal and comfortable,” she says.
Who Is Emma Chamberlain?
American YouTuber and internet celebrity Emma Frances Chamberlain were born on May 22, 2001. She was named Breakout Creator at the 2018 Streamy Awards. Time magazine named her one of the 25 most influential people on the internet and one of the 100 most innovative people of 2019 for her
“pioneering approach to vlogging that shook up YouTube’s unofficial style guide.” With the rebranding of Stupid Genius to Anything Goes in April 2019, she debuted her first weekly podcast series.
Chamberlain was born to Michael John and Sophia Pinetree Chamberlain in San Bruno, California on May 22, 2001. Her parents split up when she was five, leaving her as an only child.
She was a member of the track and cheerleading squads at all-girls Catholic prep school Notre Dame High School, Belmont. Her middle school was Central Middle School in San Carlos, California. For five years she was a part of the California All-Stars Pink cheerleading squad, where she competed as a competitive cheerleader.
Chamberlain’s dissatisfaction with the high school began toward the conclusion of her sophomore year. Her dad urged her to find something she enjoyed doing besides school, which she did. She edited with a lot of zooms, on-screen text, and pauses.
Chamberlain relocated to Los Angeles from the Bay Area on his own in June of 2018. There, she met fellow teen YouTube stars James Charles and the Dolan Twins, with whom she later founded the Sister Squad.
There has to be a better source for this. All four of them were featured in YouTube’s 2018 retrospective. A 2019 YouTube Ensemble Shorty Award entry for The Sister Squad was submitted.
The Russian Dolls with Beatles Themes
Her 1955 home has a “woodsy cottage in Lake Tahoe atmosphere,” as described by the Anything Goes podcast presenter. The living area exudes this vibe thanks to its natural color scheme and enormous windows. The Russian dolls with Beatles themes or the peanut butter paintings in the supermarket both offer a touch of quirkiness with their one-of-a-kind designs.
A chain-like Trueing chandelier and an unusually curved stone table anchor the formal dining room’s focal point. Another example is the use of braided banana tree bark wallpaper to update a guest bathroom. Sage and mint green are the dominant colors in this kitchen, which also features marble countertops and copper appliances. The founder of Chamberlain Coffee is such a coffee snob that she installed an espresso machine and a special drawer just for her beans.
Their Social Media Fam?
Several viewers also expressed their delight at seeing Emma’s YouTube channel grow from its humble beginnings to its current state of prominence. Said one: “What a crazy turn of events, since we all used to gather around her mother’s kitchen to watch her brew iced coffee. Now I have the proud mother complex.” Yet another voice added: “Just look at how far she’s come; it’s crazy. I’ve been watching her movies religiously since she was a teenager.”
People have been gushing over certain rooms of the house on social media platforms like Twitter and TikTok, particularly the green kitchen, which many have compared to Dakota Johnson‘s kitchen in her AD house tour. They’re not entirely wrong, to be fair. Both are lovely, eco-friendly places where I could see myself settling down tomorrow.