Design + Architecture

3 things we love about Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber's Tribeca Apartment

By Lucy Cohen Blatter  | February 8, 2016 - 4:30PM

We're pretty envious of pretty much every square inch of Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber's Tribeca duplex apartment: the huge windows, the beautiful archways, the winding staircase—not to mention 4000 square feet of space.

But there are certain details we spotted in Watts' video tour for Architectural Digest which we're really crushing on. Plus, we don't think you necessarily have to have a Hollywood power couple's budget to pull them all off.

Photo credits: Architectural Digest

1. Dark bedroom walls. You'd think that dark gray walls would make a room look smaller, but in this case, the bedroom looks cozy and romantic. Sure, the big window might help, but there's no denying that the color scheme here is sexy (and the fact that these two sleep here doesn't hurt).

2. Two identical couches facing opposite directions, separated by a long table. Sure, you can't pull off this look in a tiny room, but this is an interesting way to have a lot of seating in your living room without creating lots of empty space. 

3. That kitchen! There are so many things we love about this kitchen—from the black-and-white tiled floors to the built-in banquette and breakfast bar to the tons and tons of storage space. (Hey, we're practical, too).  What a treat to have so many places to eat in the kitchen (also helpful if you have a smaller dining room/living room area). 

Watts also earns her NYC real estate cred at the end of the video, by mentioning the surprisingly high cost of the renovation (though she stresses how much she loves it, too).

If you like the laid back—but still gorgeous—look the couple favors, you may want to consider their $5.85 million house in Amagansett that's currently for sale (pictured above). And please consider inviting us over for a tour, and maybe a weekend stay, too.


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