Take a tour of Gwyneth Paltrow’s stunning New York home

Gwyneth shows off her Tribeca apartment in a photo tour for Goop

Gwyneth Paltrow has given us a sneak peek inside her stunning New York home.

Prepare yourself, it is a work of art

The light, white and very bright penthouse apartment in New York has an 'artisanal' vibe, and was designed by Roman and Williams, who also created the interiors for her Goop pop-up stores.

white modular kitchen with cabinets and worktop

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The 3,892 sq ft property is now on sale for a whopping $12.85 million.

So, what do you get your dollar?

While the listing on Goop describes the home as a ‘family space' (!) the apartment probably wouldn't welcome grubby fingerprints or a four-legged friend given the pale colour palette and pricy marble accents.

white living area with swing and carpet

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The apartment comprises three bedrooms (one of which has a bed so large it requires custom-made sheets), three bathrooms, a terrace, a marble bath and a library.

Pride of place in the living room sits a family swing, which, according to the designers, sums up the ‘playful romantic vibe' of the apartment: ‘We wanted to go with this sort of romantic, playful vibe and Gwyneth thought of this swing where she could sit and relax with her kids.

‘It's made from this incredible antique Indian door, painted and then topped with silk pillows.'

The war cry of this home is clearly ‘NO SHOES ON THE SWING!'.

living area with swing and cushions

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Gwyneth, who is mum to children Apple and Moses with Coldplay singer Chris Martin, bought the property for $5.1 million. When it first went on the market in March this year it was listed for $14.25 million, before being dropped to a snip at $12.85 million.

white hallway with black table and glass doors

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The loft space has been completed renovated during GP's ownership. Robin Standefer, principal at Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors told Goop: ‘Gwyneth saw how we could instead channel this ethereal palette: light delicate whites, palest lavenders, grays, silvers, embroidery details.

wooden cabinet with glass jars and wall clock

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‘It's the classical marble Chesney's fireplace paired with a Venini light fixture, the hand-painted wallpaper in one room with the hand-embroidered wallpaper in the next, it's paper and fabrics and flowers. We worked carefully together on the palette and the textures to create the sense of refinement.'

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Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.