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Mackenzie Schmidt
July 18, 2017 04:30 PM

Mandy Moore‘s mom and dad are taking a family first approach when it comes to their daughter’s foray into design.

“My parents have already ordered stuff from the collection. It’s so cute,” the This Is Us star, 33, tells PEOPLE of her line with Shutterfly. “They just redid some bathrooms and bedrooms in their house in Florida, and they told me they bought pieces for the guest bedroom. I was like, I could have hooked you up.”

She adds, “Everyone’s excited about it in the Moore household.”

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Moore’s collection, which includes art prints, monogrammed glasses, a throw blanket and other decor items, was inspired by the actress’s personal style and her first-ever home renovation, which, she says, is still in the down-to-the-studs phase.

“Everything’s going on schedule, but I think when you’re excited and anticipating moving in, it feels like it’s moving in slow motion,” she admits of the major overhaul of her new midcentury modern house near L.A. “Everyone says wait until the drywall goes back up, it’ll feel like you actually have a house again. Right now I’m like, am I ever gonna live here?”

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In the meantime, Moore is putting her design influences to good use in the Shutterfly pieces. Even her building materials get a star turn: “I’m doing Terrazzo in my house. I’m really inspired by all the different proportions and aggregates and colors,” she says of the speckled stone, which made its way onto a tray in the Shutterfly line. “That is a fun little detail that I was really excited to incorporate.”

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Her parents also receive an under-the-radar homage in the line in the form of a favorite family exclamation — “golly goops!” — which is etched into a set of clear coasters.

“Growing up, that’s what my dad used to say instead of cursing in front of us. I think it was his own little made up thing, like you’d say it in traffic. And it just kind of stuck and it’s been something that I incorporate into my vocabulary and I just say pretty much every day,” she explains with a laugh. “I was like, that’s the perfect thing that I want on a coaster in my house.”

Shop Mandy Moore’s collection for Shutterfly, here.

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