BEFORE Living Room

Bethenny Frankel’s empty living room before the “Gomez Girls” (as Bethenny calls the designers) brought it to life.

AFTER Living/Dining  Room

A starburst chandelier from Bethenny’s  inspiration book was the starting point for the apartment’s designs. Bethenny  purchased the American flag painting that hangs by the dining table from a  vendor in SoHo. The spiral diptych, seen on the opposite wall, is by Chuck Soldano.

Living Room Towards Sofa

Red-orange—the favorite color of homeowner Bethenny Frankel and a signature accent of her Skinnygirl line—can be found throughout the interiors of her New York City apartment.

Living Room Towards  Bike

The loft’s neutral palette is offset by colorful  artwork in the form of a diptych by Chuck Soldano.  

Missoni Bike

A Missoni bicycle, scored by Bethenny at an early-morning Target sale, is a conversation piece in the living room.

BEFORE Kitchen

There was plenty of open space to make use of in the kitchen and dining area.

AFTER Kitchen

The designers added a built-in banquette for casual seating in the open-plan kitchen.

Office

The white laminate office is the epitome of organization. A custom laminate cabinet displays Bethenny’s Skinnygirl logo and beverage collection.

BEFORE Child’s Bedroom

The walls in daughter Bryn’s room were plain and lifeless before the designers took charge.

AFTER Child’s Bedroom

With a whimsical monkey-patterned custom wallpaper by Ted Tyler and a plush pink chair and ottoman, this bedroom is fit for a princess.

Child’s Closet

Bryn’s closet reflects her mother’s penchant for organization. Colorful hooks provide hanging storage.

Master Bedroom

A soft-blue tufted headboard from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams set the tone for the master bedroom. Rose-patterned custom wallpaper designed by Ted Tyler adorns the walls in shades of muted gray.

Bethenny’s Closet

Bethenny’s favorite room in the apartment is a den-turned-closet, which houses an incredible collection of designer shoes.

DETAIL Jeweled Bag

A jeweled bag on display in the spacious closet bears the eponymous Skinnygirl logo.

DETAIL Shoe

“Every girl has her vice,” Bethenny says of her enviable collection of Manolos, Jimmy Choos, Valentinos, and Birkin bags.

Master Bathroom

Beautiful turquoise in the master bathroom gives it a spa-like feel.

Bethenny Frankel

With the loft redesign checked off her list, busy Bethenny Frankel now has plans to host a daytime talk show. How does she do it all? “I just do it!” she says.

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Before and After: Bethenny Frankel’s Remodeled TriBeCa Loft

Tour the remodeled Manhattan home of Skinnygirl Bethenny Frankel

Written by Cathy Whitlock
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