Home Tour: Kelly Ripa’s Soho Penthouse

Nestled in the heart of Soho in New York City is a stunning penthouse owned by actress and TV host Kelly Ripa. It boasts a contemporary palette with rich textures and contrasting colors that make it a truly inspiring home to view. The pops of red throughout the home provide a punch of color, while patterns and textures are infused throughout each space to give it unique character. I got so many ideas just by looking at this one home tour. The wall and ceiling treatments are especially eye-catching. Take a look to see for yourself…

Home Tour: Kelly Ripa's Soho Penthouse | HomeandEventStyling.comThe kitchen is a clever exercise in contrast between the white cabinets and dark floors, and of course the pops of vibrant red in the seating.

Home Tour: Kelly Ripa's Soho Penthouse | HomeandEventStyling.comA stunning treatment covers an accent wall behind the staircase in the living room. The pops of red play well off the metallic texture.

Home Tour: Kelly Ripa's Soho Penthouse | HomeandEventStyling.comRich, dark wood is prevalent through the home, offset by creamy walls and furniture.

Home Tour: Kelly Ripa's Soho Penthouse | HomeandEventStyling.comThe bathrooms are streamlined with light, polished surfaces that suit the contemporary feel of the home.

Home Tour: Kelly Ripa's Soho Penthouse | HomeandEventStyling.comThe dining room takes a warmer approach to living with an oak table and chairs.

Home Tour: Kelly Ripa's Soho Penthouse | HomeandEventStyling.comA sitting room keeps with the stark contemporary vibe of the home, but goes with a gray palette for a more subdued feel.

Home Tour: Kelly Ripa's Soho Penthouse | HomeandEventStyling.comBeautiful trees in large, stylish pots decorate part of the outdoor space with a very zen vibe.

Home Tour: Kelly Ripa's Soho Penthouse | HomeandEventStyling.comGreen accents in the furniture flow with the nature around it, making you feel like you are in a lush oasis rather than the center of a major city.

Home Tour: Kelly Ripa's Soho Penthouse | HomeandEventStyling.comThe dark wood is continued from inside the home out onto the patio, as is the minimalist decor.

What do you think of this high contrast, contemporary living space? Could you comfortably call it home?

Warm regards,
Megan

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