Stars, they’re just like us. Even a two-time Oscar nominee, it turns out, can fall prey to new-home anxiety. “I mean, look at this place,” Naomi Watts says. “Is it too big? Are we taking on more than we should? Maybe we should have stayed where we were? I don’t know!”
“This project was design on steroids,” Leandro says, standing in the first-floor library/screening room, which also serves as a place for Watts and Schreiber to take meetings and study scripts. “I had drawings in four months, and then we did the entire renovation in ten. It was insanely fast. But fun. Naomi Watts brought a great eye and taste to the project and was a terrific creative partner.”
In the living room, a 19th-century Gabon mask from Throckmorton Fine Art and an artwork by Paul Morehouse overlook matching velvet-covered RH sofas, which are separated by a Ralph Lauren Home console.Naomi Watts‘s home has the cocktail table is by Robert Pluhowski, the floor lamp is by Ralph Lauren Home, the low tables in the foreground are by Blaxsand, and the round leather chair at far right is by Garza Marfa; the jute rugs are by Merida.
A bath adjacent to the home gym.
A Ralph Lauren Home light fixture illuminates the master bath’s Victoria + Albert tub, which has Dornbracht fittings; the mirror and chair are antique, and the penny tile is by Waterworks. Amazing Naomi Watts‘s bathroom.
Ashe + Leandro designed the master bath’s washstand sinks for Naomi Watts‘s home.
Source: Architectural Digest
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