OK, Jess Hart’s Got Some Major Interior Styling Skills

Nicole Singh

For Sydney-born supermodel Jess Hart, adjusting to the tight confines that come with a New York City postcode could have been a tough feat. But instead, the Australian expat took apartment hunting as a fitting challenge, and together with acclaimed interior designer, Remy Renzullo, created a lavish bachelorette pad in Gramercy Park. As originally featured in Architectural Digest, the model has let us peer into her dreamy space, and well, we are impressed.  

The light-filled living room has an Old-World feel, boasting high ceilings, parquet flooring, and border trimmed walls. The model telling Architectural Digest, "I came across this, and was like 'Wow. This is where I want to wake up.'" How did she tackle the spacing issue? By converting the loft into her bedroom, making the bedroom a spacious wardrobe (wait until you see how impressive her outfit selection is) and converting the double-window in the closet to become a double guest bed. Genius. 

The space also nods to Parisian opulence, with bold olive-green curtains and gold finishes dotted around the living area, adding a regal flare to each room.

See Hart's living quarters and shop similar items below.

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Stephen Kent Johnson / Architectural Digest

PHOTO:

Stephen Kent Johnson / Architectural Digest

PHOTO:

Stephen Kent Johnson / Architectural Digest

Shop the look:

West Elm Terrace Coffee Table ($699)

This brass finish will provide a sense of opulence to any space.

West Elm Delphine Buffet ($1999)

The white marble top provides an elevated feel.

Mica Lighting Slater Table Lamp ( $108 ) ($55)

A nod to the gentlemen's smoking lounges of the past for a refined industrial look.

Head to the magazine's website for the full story and to watch a video tour of the apartment.

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