Paul Feig’s Eclectic Apartment at Madison Avenue – The director of Bridesmaids—and this month’s highly anticipated film A Simple Favor—gives us a tour of his bright and vibrant Upper East Side home. It’s quite possible that Paul Feig’s Madison Avenue apartment is the most colorful apartment in all of the Upper East Side.
Clocking in at under 1,000 square feet, the one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath may lack space, but it certainly makes up for it in style. It is a riot of color: In the living room, a hot pink sofa is paired with cerulean velvet wing chairs; in the kitchen, a pink mosaic backsplash, which matches the pink and gold chandelier from Capital lighting, is the centerpiece; and in the bedroom, a sky blue inset in the ceiling molding ensures even the rainiest days outdoors will still be bright inside.
“I have very eclectic taste and I really love bright things; I like things that are fun, colorful, and happy,” says Feig, who perhaps is best known as the director of the cult-hit comedy Bridesmaids and the creator of Freaks and Geeks (Feig’s latest, A Simple Favor, which he directed, will be released on September 14 and stars Blake Lively and Anna Kendrick). “When I walked into that apartment, my jaw hit the ground.” The home was turnkey: It had recently undergone a gut renovation under the previous owners, led by designer Heidi James of Studio LXIV. “Literally, I couldn’t find one thing wrong with the place, it was so perfect,” Feig says. The sellers, who traveled frequently to France to pick up pieces for the apartment, only spent about three days there in total before putting it on the market.
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