Gwyneth Paltrow's New York loft designed by former set designers turned coveted interior designers Roman + Williams is quite fitting with the actress' 'classically elegant with a bit of an edge' style. Initially I was a little surprised, to see this space by these designers as typically I've seen more industrial or masculine spaces from them, however, given their set designing past, it actually is quite fitting that they would adjust quite readily to a new 'theme'. There's definitely a feeling of old Hollywood glamour, with soft pastels, intricate wallpaper and plush luxurious textures. However, the strong modern elements - like the bold black coffee table, and bits of Eastern influence that give the space a bit of modern edge. No doubt since the photos were taken upon completion, the space has warmed up even further with more personal touches - art, accessories and of course, toys.
Apparently one of Gwyneth's favourite pieces - the swing seat made from an antique Indian door is a piece of art all on its own.
The bedroom speaks of old Hollywood glamour, all in soft golds and plush upholstery. For some reason I can't really imagine Chris Martin in this room, but I could see Gwyneth being drawn to the classic luxurious. The intricate carved, gilded cupboards add a bit of exotic Eastern flair.
Probably my favourite room in the home - the beautiful, understated kitchen - all in carrera marble and white cabinetry (previously seen in her Vogue shoot here.) I've bookmarked this to save as future reference as a 'dream kichen'. I'm not sure if it does, but I'd love it if those big glass doors opened out onto a terrace to dine alfresco.
A breakfast nook in a soft lilac shade that's a little unexpected. No doubt the perfect place for dining the little ones.