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Celebs Who Love To Decorate With Crystals

November 10, 2019

Celebs Who Love To Decorate With Crystals

Celebs: they’re just like us. Well, at least when it comes to their love of crystals! It’s no secret that the stars adore healing gems just as much as we do. While many stars certainly carry their gems with them during the day, many of them also love to make crystals part of their home decor. Below, our favorite celebs who decorate with crystals.

Kim Kardashian

After Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in 2016, she turned to crystals to help process her trauma and anxiety. "I was really inspired by healing crystals when, after my Paris situation, all my friends would come over and they’d bring me healing crystals, and I didn’t really know anything about them," she told Women’s Wear Daily. Now, Kardashian keeps amethysts throughout her home for stress relief and fostering a sense of calm and safety.

Nate Berkus

The designer and close pal of Oprah used crystals instead of flowers for his wedding to Jeremiah Brent. The couple wanted something more long-lasting than flower arrangements, so they used selenite, a stone believed to encourage tranquility and a sense of lightness. "Our idea was that we'd take them into our homes, and they'd travel with us everywhere," Jeremiah told House Beautiful. "I really like the story and the energy, and the experience of them."

Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson fills her home with love and pretty shades of pink by keeping rose quartz in her bedroom. Hudson told Marie Claire that her nightstand features “a crystal bowl filled with rose-quartz heart crystals that my mom gave me for Mother’s Day one year.” Hudson also loves to charge those gems in the moonlight.

Lucy Hale

The Pretty Little Liars star places amethyst throughout her house to give her home a high-vibe atmosphere. Hale first learned about crystals through the help of a reiki healer. The healer gave the actress a few amethysts to keep in her home, and the rest is history. “Basically, amethyst is the most positive stone there is,” she shared with People. “So if you put them in your house, they’re supposed to generate good energy. It’s very new for me, and I’m still learning a lot about it.”

Minnie Driver

The actress fosters tranquility by keeping crystals next to her bed. The gems are part of a soothing ritual Driver uses to keep her bedroom feeling like an inspired sanctuary. “I burn palo santo, you know, the sacred wood, I light candles, I have crystals by my bed,” she told Us Weekly. “It has that sanctuary quality of all the things I love.”

Whether you keep your gems in your bedroom, your living room, your crystal water bottle, or anywhere in between, one thing’s for sure: when you decorate with them, you’ll be in good company!

Take a cue from your favorite celebs with these Gem-Water blends:

Channel peace and protection like Kim Kardashian with Guardian, blend of amethyst, black tourmaline, and clear quartz. This blend is believed to help ward off negative energy and provide a sense of clarity.

Welcome love like Kate Hudson with Love, a lovely combination of rose quartz, garnet, and clear quartz. This blend is perfect for true romantics, or for anyone looking to foster more compassion in their life.

Encourage positivity like Lucy Hale with Wellness, a blend of rose quartz, clear quartz, and Hale’s favorite stone, amethyst. This blend is said to promote positive energy and help eliminate stress.

Create an inspiring sanctuary like Minnie Driver with Inspiration, a blend of lapis lazuli and rutilated quartz believed to encourage wisdom, honesty, and the flow of new ideas. It’s a perfect combination if you like to keep gems near your bed like Driver - you just might find new ideas in your sleep!

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