Gwyneth Paltrow has shared her recent Hamptons home makeover, and we have major home envy.
In her latest Goop newsletter, Paltrow gushes about famous interior designer Windsor Smith who helped redesign the “dead zone” areas in her Amagansett home with her Room In A Box service.
According to Goop: “Despite two attempts on her own to completely redesign the space, Gwyneth’s living room in Amagansett continually stumped her—while it’s spacious and filled with light, it had always been a dead zone in the home, where nobody seemed to spend time.”
Room In A Box allows you to redesign a room by filling out a questionnaire and uploading photos of your space and dream room. After a few weeks, you receive a beautiful box filled with room renderings, floor plans textile swatches and a shopping list of furnishing.
It sounds like great fun – albeit not cheap (a redesigned room can come in at over $25,000, although there are many options to suit budgets and styles).
Paltrow wanted her family room to feel “cosy” yet “elegant”, like “a proper room to entertain in.”
The Room In A Box redesign “pushed the seating to the exterior walls because our families today multitask,” Smith explained, “we can be in the same room, but we’re not necessarily doing the same thing.”
Her music room was also given a stylish makeover, centred around a piano which used to hide in the corner.
Isn’t it gorgeous? Paltrow and her family spend their summers in the Hamptons, entertaining bestie Beyonce and Jay Z, but we’d be happy to housesit the other nine months!
What do you think of Gwyneth Paltrow’s home improvements?