Maude Apatow's NYC Apartment is An Artsy Cat Lover's Dream

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Maude Apatow recently gave a tour of her New York apartment and — shocker — it’s absolutely gorgeous.

The Euphoria actress chatted with Architectural Digest about her West Village apartment, which she described as a dream of hers.

Maude specifically wanted an apartment in the West Village since her parents (Director/Producer Judd Apatow and actress Leslie Mann) have an apartment in the same neighborhood.

As for the decor, Maude told the magazine,

“I wanted it to feel feminine, airy, but still cozy.”

The apartment is pretty much immaculate (so much so that it’s difficult to imagine anyone actually living there, especially someone with a cat).

The majority of furniture is from Soho Home, owned by the famous Soho House. The accessories are a mix of vintage and designer and most of the art features cats in some respect. She also has a stylish cat tree in her bedroom, perfect for her adorable three-year-old cat Dolly.

The apartment is certainly aspirational, and something that most of us could never even dream of. So, in addition to finding the exact pieces featured in Maude’s apartment, we also found a ton of affordable dupes so you can get the aesthetic for yourself without breaking the bank.

If you love Maude Apatow’s apartment, check out how to recreate her decor below.

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Living Room

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Maude’s living room features a Soho Home White Boucle Sofa with a burgundy velvet throw pillow and a Loewe Grey Anagram Jacquard Wool Throw Blanket, a Soho Home Grey Geometric Printed Chair, a Soho Home Marble Top Gold Side Table, and a Soho Home Grey Marble Coffee Table. Recreate the look for less below.

Living Room Nook

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In the corner of her living room, Maude set up a little nook decorated with a Soho Home White Chair topped with a Soho Home White/Black Striped Pom Pom Throw Blanket, a Soho Home Brown Wood Asymmetric Standing Bookshelf, and a Mau Pets White Rattan Three Tiered Cat Tree.

The bookshelf is filled with chic accessories like a white ceramic orb vase and a Diptyque Pink Roses Scented Candle. Recreate the look for less below.

Bar Cart

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Outside of her kitchen, Maude has Soho Home Brass Three-Tiered Bar Cart with an assortment of liquors and a marble bar set. Recreate the look for less below.

Dining Area

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Maude’s dining area features a brown slotted round wooden table and Soho Home Wood and Rattan Armless Dining Chairs. Nearby is a Soho Home Gold and Leather Magazine Rack. Recreate the look for less below.

Bedroom

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Maude’s bedroom set includes a Soho Home Rattan Headboard Bed, a white quilt, and two grey geometric print fringed throw pillows. On either side of the bed is a two-drawer wood night stand and a Soho Home Black Marble and Gold Table Lamp. Recreate the look for less below.

Hallway

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Maude’s hallway features gorgeous floral wallpaper and a Soho Home Brown Round Wood Mirror. Recreate the look for less below.

Artwork

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Above Maude’s bar cart hangs the painting ‘Like Owner, Like Cat’ by Wencke Uhl.

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Maude has this painting by NYC artist Dylan Rose Rheingold hanging in her bedroom.

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Above her bed is the painting ‘Underwater Symphony’ by Satsuki Shibuya.

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In her living room, Maude has the painting ‘Familiar Chords’ by Aliya Abs.

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Lena Finkel
Lena Finkel is the Editor and Founder of Femestella and The Feminist Health Source. Prior to starting Femestella, she worked at People, InStyle, Tiger Beat, and Sesame Workshop (aka Sesame Street). She loves all things Real Housewives and The Challenge. When she's not busy binge-watching TV, you can find her taking an absurd amount of photos of her tuxedo cat Tom.