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Peek Inside Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber's Funky Tribeca Loft

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[Photo by Douglas Friedman for Architectural Digest]

In 2011, Hollywood power couple Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber bought two Tribeca apartments (one an artists' loft) that they later converted into one duplex, thinking that the 4,000-square-foot home would be the perfect place to raise their growing family. But after Hurricane Sandy hit, the apartment was "a mess," according to Architectural Digest, which recently profiled the couple and offered a tour of the now-gorgeous space.

Douglas Friedman for Architectural Digest

[Photo by Douglas Friedman for Architectural Digest]

The actors worked with the firm Ashe + Leandro to transform the apartment from a raw space to a livable home, which was still untouched two years after the couple purchased it. "One thing I've learned is when it comes to big renovations, no one gets an easy ride," Watts told AD. But the result is a lovely, airy home with modern conveniences (a screening room, a fitness room, an in-home bar) that you'd expect from two A-listers. But it still feels quirky and cool, and is kitted out with decor from designers like John Robshaw, Design Within Reach, and Ralph Lauren Home.
· Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber's Stunning New York City Apartment [AD]