Lauren Conrad loves vintage and ''girlie'' decor but has changed her home now she shares it with fiance William Tell.
Lauren Conrad has had to tone down her ''girlie'' home since her fiancé moved in.
The former 'Hills' star is a fan of overly feminine and vintage styles of decor, but admits her partner William Tell doesn't share her tastes.
She said: ''If it was up to me, my home would just be over-the-top girlie and vintage but I share my home with a gentleman now.''
And the 28-year-old beauty is trying to curb her habit of working from her bed.
Speaking to the new issue of Allure magazine, she said: ''Your bed is for sleep and sex.''
The fashion designer also revealed the key to her laid-back style.
She explained: ''Take any trend you want and relax it. That's how California does it. If it's silk button-up shirts that are in, you probably don't button them all the way, and you cuff a sleeve, you know what I mean?
''It's almost like how your outfit looks at the end of the day.''
Lauren is a big fan of hair extensions and wouldn't be without them to boost her locks.
She said: ''I can't remember the last time I didn't have extensions.
''Extensions are great. And they've come so far in the last few years.''
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