Drew Barrymore shares tips on how to add a personal touch to your home design (exclusive)

This week Dear drew it’s about your home. The Drew Barrymore Show The host is sharing his tips on how to personalize your space with ET this week, and the viewer’s first question has a fan wondering about the décor Drew Barrymore has in his own home.

“Dear Drew, how would you describe your home décor in three words?” Lee Nischelle Turner from ET. “Eclectic, layered, clean,” Barrymore responds.

The The actress, who has her own line of cookware at Walmart, went on to explain that home has taken on a new meaning since the pandemic.

“I’m trying to find the balance between hoarder and minimalist,” Barrymore shares, adding, “Because … especially after the pandemic and being home, that space has changed for everyone. Now it’s so much more than home.”

The next question has to do with making your home kid-friendly and advanced in design at the same time.

“Dear Drew, my children’s things are taking over our house. Any advice on how to store toys in a more decorative way?” Turner reads.

“I think there’s a reason the cliche classic toy trunks worked, it’s because a kid can really pick them up and throw everything in there and then when they’re closed they can be used as a bench seat,” explains the mother of two. children. “But when you get into too many cubicles and boxes, you will overwhelm that child, you will overwhelm yourself. Find something you can really pour everything into.”

The next question has a fan wondering what the talk show host’s nightstand looks like, and while what’s on your nightstand can reveal a lot about you, for Barrymore, it’s a bit general.

“Okay, there’s always a picture of my two kids even though they’re in my face 24/7,” says Barrymore. “There is always a big pile of books, and now reading glasses, since I can’t look at a book without glasses, and then I would say about three or four times a week, I have to look at it and say, how did this happen ?! happen?!” She continues: “There are crumbs and cups and garbage everywhere and then I fix it all and it happens again.”

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