Get the Look: The Bachelorette Mansion

If you've been keeping up with The Bachelorette this season and you're anything like me, your eyes keep wandering from the bachelors to the gorgeous details in the mansion that housed them until they left for New York and beyond in this week's episode.

Located in Agoura Hills, CA, the Italian-style pad is redecorated each season. This season it's masculine and romantic with a bit of Moroccan flair: rich mahogany furniture; medallion printed curtains; lots of candles; a color palette of blues, greens, and browns; and rustic branch lamps. Here's how to re-create the look in your own abode — no mansion required.

To see more looks from The Bachelorette mansion, keep reading.

If you have a pretty traditional home, adding something unexpected, like this branch table lamp, will keep things interesting. And using a serving tray is a clever way to contain a mini coffee table centerpiece.

Swapping out flowers for succulents in your living room tones down the girlie if you're trying to close your home's gender gap. I'm also a fan of incorporating a touch of exotic details, like on the edging of this coffee table.

A wall of candles makes a big impact on a rich forest green accent wall. Aren't chaise lounges great? I especially love them in the bedroom.

Another cool branch lamp with a metallic sheen offers a modern twist on the log cabin look. A bold, abstract art piece is keeping in the color scheme but venturing out in the style department — a good way to keep a space from feeling too matchy matchy. And still can't get enough of medallion printed curtains!

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