What are the hallmarks of a hypebeast (or hypebae)? To put it simply, the word describes a person who’s particularly interested in collecting whatever’s “in season” from popular brands (mostly streetwear) including the likes of Supreme, Stussy, Be@rbrick and more.
Though these labels are famed for their clothes, they do dabble in and produce accessories. While not entirely meant to be used as home décor, these homeowners incorporated such ornaments into their interiors to create homes that are supremely unique.
1. When so much is spent on standout collectibles, no expense should be spared when it comes to creating unique displays as well. These built-ins are filled with figurines and luxury sneakers first then turned into the home’s highlight with accent lights.
2. Industrial and hypebeast? Though not commonly associated, the more ostentatious, trendy memorabilia serve as great focal points and provide much visual interest when set against the pared back, raw backdrops here.
3. Being a hypebeast is all about embracing the masculine elements and this HDB plays into it with the harsher lines, glass doors and overall dark palette. Of course, the home isn’t complete without unique displays for collectibles – in this case, a transparent coffee table that looks into several Supreme accessories and a built-in wooden shelf for KAWS figures.
4. It may be about flaunting the latest threads on the streets when you buy into the lifestyle but there are plenty of opportunities to shout out your favourite brands at home. These homeowners incorporated not only Off-White’s colours but also drew inspiration from the label’s logo plus its iconic diagonal stripes.
5. While Star Wars is mostly associated with the nerd culture, this huge spray paint mural takes the intergalactic space drama and gives it more of a "street cred" vibe. It's then paired with hypebeast accessories (skateboard decks) bearing the same motifs to create a cohesive yet unique look.
6. Attitude is important to a hypebeast. This home may be packed to the brim with attractive memorabilia, but the homeowners took it a step further: The eclectic décor is further complemented by a fancy full-height gold reflective backdrop and a door with emblazoned with the Chanel logo – so hype-worthy!
7. Put your own spin on things by leaving pockets of spaces open in your cabinets or building open shelves. This way, you can showcase the important stuff (like your prized shoes for example) while keeping the rest out of sight.
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