Gigi Hadid has opened the doors to her New York home – to reveal a very unique and eclectic interior style.
The 25-year-old supermodel, who is expecting her first child with former One Directioner Zayn Malik, posted 10 photos of what she described as her 'passion project' on Instagram.
She described how she spent 'all of last year designing and curating my passion project / dream spot', before explaining that it all came together right before quarantine laws set in.
She added: 'But I’m excited for the time I’ll get to spend enjoying all the special corners that were made with a lil help from some of my favourite creatives (tap!) who embraced my ideas and didn’t call me crazy. 💛 ++ my mamma:) who is the greatest homemaking-sounding-board I could ask for (she called me crazy when required) ☺️ grateful to and for all. Special thanks to Gordon Kahn!'
There are certainly some quirky features, including pasta-filled glass kitchen cabinets, a fruit bowl filled with billiard balls, a life-sized yellow pen leaning against the entrance to the bathroom, and colourful bedside table lamps from Forest Ceramic.
The vintage-vibe living room boasts a multi-coloured sofa covered in Missoni fabric and dressed with Jean Paul Gaultier cushions; a cool set of retro skis serve as objet d'art.
The soft-grey kitchen features marble splash-backs and is peppered with expressions of Gigi's creative personality, seen in items like the wooden bowl filled with pool balls, and those aforementioned pasta cupboards.
Throughout the home, modern industrial lighting and design mixes with contemporary, abstract art that pops against white walls. One small bathroom gives a nod to Gigi's profession and the city she lives in, being completely swathed in New Yorker magazine covers.
Staircases are enhanced with global-inspired patterned carpets and oversized bold and bright artwork by Austyn.
The main bathroom is a marble-clad, Crittall-door dream with a luxurious freestanding tub, while the dressing room boasts a theatre-style makeup chair that's full of drama and brilliantly kitsch – just like the rest of the apartment.
It turns out, not everyone is a fan – and a lot of people have taken to Instagram and Twitter to criticise Gigi Hadid's unusual interior style.