Gwyneth Paltrow Kitchen

Gwyneth Paltrow Kitchen

Gwyneth Paltrow is on the August 2010 cover of Vogue magazine’s annual “Age Issue.” Inside, the 37-year old Oscar-winning actress poses in the kitchen of her Tribeca penthouse. She has a cookbook coming out in April of 2011 and says, “I always feel closest to my father, who was the love of my life until his death in 2002, when I am in the kitchen.” I found more photos of it and the rest of her apartment, so let’s take a look!
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Gwyneth Paltrow Kitchen

Paltrow says she began to study the importance of healthy eating when her father was diagnosed with cancer around 1997. “I started to look at food in a different way,” Paltrow says. “I learned about it, by speaking to nutritionists and nurses. I started to understand that food is medicine. And eating real food — unprocessed food, if you can do it — has such an impact on your health.”
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Gwyneth Paltrow Kitchen

Gwyneth Paltrow, Anne Hathaway: our 13 favourite celebrity kitchens 12 of 13 View Info Carrie Bradshaw kept shoes in her oven, but clearly Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are a little more into their kitchen than Carrie was. While white kitchens are always beautiful, the dark mahogany works so beautifully here – it’s chic and yet totally understated. Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate
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Gwyneth Paltrow Kitchen

Gwyneth Paltrow, Anne Hathaway: our 13 favourite celebrity kitchens 13 of 13 View Info A kitchen that looks straight out to the Brooklyn Bridge? A gal can dream. And if the gal is Anne Hathaway, the dream is reality. Anne, if you’re reading this, let us know what we can bring to your next dinner party, K? Photo courtesy of CityRealty
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Gwyneth Paltrow Kitchen

Gwyneth Paltrow first learned about L.A. Kitchen from her chef pal Jose Andres. The nonprofit uses a 22,000-sq.-ft., $2.5 million facility in Northeast Los Angeles to train chefs from disadvantaged backgrounds. The chefs prepare meals using fruits and vegetables that would otherwise go to waste. The organization has a goal of serving 2,000 to 3,000 meals a day to the general public, and 3,000 to 6,000 more to senior citizens by 2016.
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Gwyneth Paltrow Kitchen

Nope. I do not like it at all. Not homey, not comfy, no signs of life anywhere. Not my taste. But then, I’m not a huge Gwyneth Paltrow fan. .-= elz´s last blog ..Friday Favorite- Shark Christmas Ornament =-.
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Gwyneth Paltrow Kitchen

Celebrities live larger than life, even when it comes to their pantries. And actress/lifestyle maven, Gwyneth Paltrow, is no stranger to this, for sure. When you have big parties to throw and families to feed, naturally, you’re housing a lot of stuff, which is why she enlisted the help of Nashville-based Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin of organizing service The Home Edit to streamline her space.
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Gwyneth Paltrow Kitchen

“My feeling is that everybody in this country should be entitled to eat fresh, real food,” Paltrow says. “L.A. Kitchen is very much aligned with that idea.”
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I’m actually not a HUGE fan of Gwyneth…she always comes across as a bit full of her own self-importance, in interviews…but I have to say, I actually like this house surprisingly a lot! I think considering the one photographs were taken before anyone actually moved in, and the other photographs were taken for Vogue, that might be why the place looks so “chilly.” But I was thinking that the place actually looked pretty kid-friendly – they have thick furry rugs on the floor, squishy ottomans, a bench in the kitchen, a porch swing, etc. Although, the fact that everything is white or pastel might be an issue! Ha! .-= Kate (Little Beach Bum)´s last blog ..Blue =-.
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I like Gwyneth, but the house not so much. It’s so plain, boring, and like others said, “Cold”. Where’s the fun personality? I definitely wouldn’t want to live there.
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The house is a little “chilly” for me, but it seems to suit Gwyneth. Remember her house in the Hamptons? It had lots of white and pale pastels, too, and a similar style.
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This is so disappointing. I’m madly in love with Gwyneth. She is my favorite actress, and I think she’s just gorgeous. However, this house… I love white and neutrals, but this is cold and lifeless. It’s too bad. I’m so glad you showed us these pics, though. Thank you!!!! .-= Chris´s last blog ..The Cinderella Chair =-.
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Loved that article and the photos of her house. I usually need a bit more cozy in my spaces too, but the clean, uncluttered look of her house really warms my Virgo heart. That is actually my biggest design challenge, I want cozy but I can’t stand clutter or rooms that are too full. When I look at Gwyneth’s house it looks so relaxing and peaceful to me probably because there aren’t too many things for my mile a minute brain to look at. .-= hip hip gin gin´s last blog ..Evening =-.
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Hmmmm…I like Gwyneth, but not so much this house. It’s too white and stark. Apple’s bed is lovely, but all the white and paleness is a bit boring. .-= Mom in High Heels´s last blog ..Letter from the President of the US =-.
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I actually like it but not to the point where I could come home to it every single day. I’m guessing she has a team of people keeping those whites white too and that’d be no small feat. For the average gal that’s not a feasible thing to do, especially when you add kids and a husband. The kitchen is gorgeous for that particular style but it’s so overly clean looking. I wouldn’t want to ruin it with bread crumbs or soup spots (maybe that’s how she stays so thin, she doesn’t want to ruin her white kitchen by cooking). I can appreciate the beauty in the place though, maybe if I were single and rich and had other homes like she does so I could get a change of scenery now and then. I think you would really like the prize home I’m featuring on my blog right now. It’s a lot more family friendly. Great post Julia! Heidi@RecklessBliss xoxo .-= Heidi@recklessbliss´s last blog ..Win This Home! =-.
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I’ve enjoyed some of her films and my heart broke for her when, not long after losing my beloved artistic daddy to cancer, she lost hers at about the same age. I do not, however, relate to the penthouse. I find it quite oppressive, and as a klutz….I bruise just looking at all of those sharp corners. It would be fun to slide on those floors…but not inadvertently. I do think the exterior wall of the kitchen is lovely.
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Carrie Bradshaw kept shoes in her oven, but clearly Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are a little more into their kitchen than Carrie was. While white kitchens are always beautiful, the dark mahogany works so beautifully here – it’s chic and yet totally understated. Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate
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A kitchen that looks straight out to the Brooklyn Bridge? A gal can dream. And if the gal is Anne Hathaway, the dream is reality. Anne, if you’re reading this, let us know what we can bring to your next dinner party, K? Photo courtesy of CityRealty
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I’ve enjoyed some of her films and my heart broke for her when, not long after losing my beloved artistic daddy to cancer, she lost hers at about the same age. I do not, however, relate to the penthouse. I find it quite oppressive, and as a klutz….I bruise just looking at all of those sharp corners. It would be fun to slide on those floors…but not inadvertently. I do think the exterior wall of the kitchen is lovely. : ) Julie M. .-= The Little Red Shop´s last blog ..Road Trippin Highway 101 =-.
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I think it’s beautiful. Love the tree lined hallway. It is probably still too new for her to have all her personal stuff in yet. I loved the swing in the living area, the little window in kitchen booth area. so many lovely touches. It’s perfect for a place to have in the city that you don’t actually LIVE in. I mean, they probably got it so their family didn’t have to live in a hotel the few weeks they are in NY out of the year. Like a jewel box.
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I also agree with the chilliness factor. With the exception of the kitchen, it looks more like an empty penthouse suite in an upscale hotel than someone’s home. I do like the marble, though… .-= Cheri@IHeartOldHouses´s last blog ..Hi Ho- Silver =-.