PHOTOS: Take a Tour of Marisa Tomei's Vintage-Inspired, New York City Condo
A DESIGN DREAM
After purchasing her 1931 high-rise in Greenwich Village, Marisa Tomei got the chance to expand when a neighbor vacated. "In New York, when an opportunity like that comes along, it’s like winning the lottery. Who could resist?," she told ELLE Decor in their March issue, on stands now.
THE LIVING ROOM
"Everything had to be elegant or tactile," said Tomei's interior decorator Alexandra Hayden. And they achieved just that with a blend of vintage finds, luxe fabrics and neutral elements, as seen in the actresses new living room. Plus, the space is far roomier, something Tomei craved. "My family is huge, including over 25 cousins, aunts, and uncles, as well as my parents, who live around the corner, and my brother. And we like to get together."
THE MASTER BATHROOM
A wallpaper-lined Empire cabinet and textured walls gives Tomei's master bath a rich, elegant yet cozy feel.
The bright white kitchen gets a pop of color with red 1940s French garden chairs. "After working long hours on a set, I like to see pretty things. It helps me to wind down," said Tomei.
THE DINING AREA
A mix of modern and vintage, Tomei's light-filled dining nook features a marble-table she found on eBay and an glam, eclectic chandelier. For more exclusive photos of Tomei's home, visit elledecor.com.