If you’ve caught up with the hype that is K-drama Crash Landing on You, you might have seen lead characters Yoon Se-Ri (Son Ye-Jin) and Ri Jeong Hyuk’s (Hyun Bin) homes. Want to emulate the look? Check out these furniture and home accessories to have on your shopping list.
Yoon Se-Ri’s trendy pad is a lesson in geometry and eclecticism. The South Korean heiress’ luxurious apartment presents a visual feast that blends sleek sculptural styles, bold hues and a tropical indoor garden.
If there’s one thing we noticed around her abode, it’s the jewel-hued vases that make a statement on their own. Cop the look with these “stacked” vessels with different materials that can disassembled to each become function pieces.
Se-Ri’s sofa with orange seat cushion looks customised, but you can evoke the contemporary look with a structured sofa – in a punchy hue, of course. And this modular set allows for versatility in your home too.
Toss these vibrant cushions on the couch for extra pizzazz.
We spotted triangular and conical shapes (like her pendant lamps and ceiling structure) aplenty.
Sharing space with the contemporary decor are plenty of lush leafy greenery. Perfect for those of you looking to jump on the jungalow trend.
With geometric patterns taking centre stage in her home, we aren’t surprised to find hexagon shapes making an appearance (spot that eye-catching shelving unit in a corner). This side table is perfect for adding a sleek touch with a bit of fun to any space.
Compared to Se-Ri’s architectural set, Captain Ri has a soft plush sofa (while looking a little worn out) that has a shape that invites you to sink in. For a newer update, this cusy two-seater that’ll fit in compact spaces gets our thumbs up.
Clean lines and a wooden frame evoke a timeless appeal with a touch of retro.
Rattan’s a versatile look that can suit a variety of styles from coastal to boho and rustic. Here, teak wood and rattan combine for a casual rustic vibe
It’s hard to miss that wall covering in Captain Ri’s living room, above his sofa. Do like his does and accent your home with this intricately detailed rug from Ikea.
If you have as many books as the North Korean soldier, there’s definitely a need for a bookshelf. But we’d update his with this stylish piece (or two, judging by the sheer volume of his collection) from Mountain Teak that’s made from solid teak and comes with mesh sliding doors for a bit of edge.
This article was first published in Home & Decor.