Gwyneth Paltrow’s New York City apartment is as pristine as you’d imagine.
Paltrow, 43, has relocated to Los Angeles, and has since put her Tribeca property on the market. It was originally listed in March 2016 for over $14.25 million, according to StreetEasy, but Curbed reports that the price tag has now dropped to $9.95 million. Great news for us, as we now get an inside look at the home she designed with Roman and Williams, of which her website Goop.com describes as a “dreamy cloud.”
It’s a pretty accurate description: the color palette is blindingly white, with most of the accent pieces taking on pale gray or lavender shades.
The living room is full of “artisanal” touches like hand-embroidered wallpaper and marble accents. A swing — where children Apple, 12, and Moses, 10, apparently play and read — is made from an antique Indian door and topped with silk pillows.
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And that kitchen. Who wouldn’t be inspired to write a cookbook with countertops like that?
While we don’t get to see the bedroom, Goop said, “The gigantic bed in the master bedroom (so enormous that sheets had to be custom-made) was designed so every last family member can sit together on it, cousins and pets included.”
Hopefully no one spills.