Jennifer Lawrence’s $14 Million Penthouse Has the Sleekest White Kitchen
Here’s how to get the look.
Updated Oct 12, 2018 5:26 AM
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The only thing most couples think about right after their wedding day is the honeymoon. But Jennifer Lawrence isn’t your average newlywed. The actress, who recently married art gallerist Cooke Maroney in a fall-themed ceremony in Rhode Island, is eager to sell her $14 million NYC penthouse. The New York Post confirmed this week that the mystery Upper East Side property belongs to Lawrence, who has frequently been spotted in the neighborhood. Based on the listing’s history, the star of The Hunger Games first purchased the place back in 2016 for $15.6 million. (You can see photos of the listing here).
Lawrence’s Manhattan outpost is more extravagant than we would have expected, given that her wedding, while a star-studded affair, appeared to be fairly low-key (think pumpkin carving and crates of apples). According to the Compass listing, the 4,000-square-foot condo features a limestone fireplace in the living room, a two-story outdoor terrace complete with a built-in ping-pong table, and, from the looks of it, gilded ceiling panels over the dining table. All that aside, it’s the massive kitchen that (almost) justifies the price tag.
The west-facing room is a lesson in monochrome decorating, with custom Poggenpohl lacquer cabinetry, Carrara marble countertops, and a perforated pendant light—all in white—plus a SubZero refrigerator with a glass door. Dark hardwood floors and a marble worktable in a soft gray warm up the streamlined space a bit. As far as tricked-out kitchens go, Lawrence’s ticks all the boxes. Steal the look (for a lot less) with these four finds:
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