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Furniture Pieces Inspired by Your Favourite Album Covers

Album Covers, Designlines Roundup
By Ricardo Felix

If life imitates art, then it should come as no surprise when some of our favourite spaces begin to resemble the creative works that inspire us most. For those who might still be discovering their interior design style, let the music guide you. Below are some of our favourite furniture pieces inspired by iconic album covers.

Renaissance photography courtesy of Agencies.

Renaissance by Beyonce

Breaking records and doing it with style, Beyonce’s Renaissance blends the sonic nostalgia of 1970s Studio 54 with the historic and modern appeal of Harlem’s Ballroom scene. While we may not have music videos just yet, silver and chrome details have become synonymous with the signer’s seventh studio album. Want to emulate the look in your home? Look to the Stream Suspension light by designer Christian Lava for inspiration. From $4,637 at LightForm.

Album Covers
Ctrl cover photography courtesy of Sage Adams.

Ctrl by SZA

SZA’s Ctrl is a healing gift for the broken hearts club. Filled with vignettes of the artist’s turbulent love life, this relatable record makes you feel like you’re floating on air. For something just as cool and comforting, shop the Brace Green Velvet Tufted Sofa from CB2. In a lush shade of green that resembles the meadow SZA is pictured lounging in, this 1970s Italian-inspired sofa will quickly become your new spot for listening parties. $3,499 at CB2.

Frank Ocean Album Cover
Blond album cover photography courtesy of Wolfgang Tillmans.

Blond by Frank Ocean

Frank Ocean’s Blond is a journey of introspection. This is art that makes you think. For an interior scheme that’s just as conversation-worthy, reach for the Tafla Mirror designed by Oskar Zieta. Made with FiDU technology, this minimalist mirror brings an eccentric flare with its unique form that visually resembles the artfully produced blend of acoustic and electronic sounds from the album. $2,980 at Funsty.

Designlines Album Cover
Titanic Rising album cover photography courtesy of Brett Stanley.

Titanic Rising by Weyes Blood

A cinematic record with dreamy visuals, Titanic Rising shows us a dramatic opera of love. With delicate ballads and soft piano keys playing, the flooded bedroom of the artist makes for an unforgettable album cover. Inspired by the sunken room, the RHODE Batik Curtains give a similar underwater appeal with their scalloped edges and otherworldly silhouette. From $119 at West Elm.

Preachers Daughter album cover photography courtesy of Delilah Dolimiere.

Preachers Daughter by Ethel Cain

A narrative record that merges elements of anxiety and horror through a journey of identity, Preachers Daughter by Ethel Cain plays with memory and concepts of time. Inspired by the artist’s love for vintage style, this Round Tiled-Top Dining Table by Tue Poulsen fits right in with her nostalgic aesthetic, boasting a solid oak structure and natural finish. $2,500 at Bonne Choice.

Lana Del Rey
NFR album cover photography courtesy of Chuck Grant.

Norman F**king Rockwell! By Lana Del Rey

A magnum opus for any Lana Del Rey fan, NFR is one of the artist’s crowning jewels that looks at heartbreak and selfhood through the photorealistic style of a Norman Rockwell painting. This album cover brings listeners on a voyage to find themselves (and love). Pulling from the nautical elements of the album cover, we think the Wishbone Chair is a timeless choice for lovers of classic Americana. $269 at Rove Concepts.

Blue Album Cover
True Blue album cover photography courtesy of Herb Ritts.

True Blue by Madonna

An iconic album cover from one of music’s biggest icons, True Blue by Madonna brings together the lovely essence of the ‘80s and still holds its romantic flare today. You should Open Your Heart to the Julius Sofa, which encapsulates Madonna’s silky smooth vocals with its blue velvet and acrylic with stainless steel accents. $3,099 at Ella + Ross.

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