Name: Nurse Jackie, Californication
Location: Tribeca, Manhattan
Size: 2,500 square feet
Years lived in: 2 weeks
This is the second and final installment of Showtime and Metropolitan Home's collaboration in a Tribeca penthouse. This week's tour peeks inside the design interpreted rooms of Nurse Jackie and Californication. The open house of this TV series inspired interior design will be running through October 18th.
Today, take a look at two designers' approach to the Nurse Jackie show. The first is a waiting room replete with thematically relevant pill bottles as wall art and IV bags as a lounge chair accessory! In the second Nurse Jackie setting, a master bedroom unnervingly approaches a hospital room in its stark, antiseptic style.
Californication is a show where modesty plays a minor role. Similarly, the over the top sex den with stunning views of downtown Manhattan is not afraid to expose its secrets.
There are a ton of rooms to look at from this week's tour as well as last week's, but if you want the whole experience, live and in person, head down to Tribeca for a visit. All ticket proceeds go to Housing Works.
Nurse Jackie I (by Christopher Coleman and Angel Sanchez):
Artemide's Ceiling Mounted Bedside Lights
Nurse Jackie II (by Andrew Kotchen and Matthew Berman of Workshop/APD):
Room & Board's Stainless Steel Shelves
Jonathan Adler's Vice Containers
Property's White Lounge Chair
Vitamin Living's IV Planter
Calypso Home's Long Silver Pillows, and Cowhide Rug
Californication (by Markus Dochantschi of Studio MDA):
Ligne Roset's Amchairs and Magazine Holder
Ingo Maurer's Hanging Light
Flou's Mattress and Trunk
Kiki de Montparnasse's Accessories
(Images: Jill Slater)
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