People Cannot Believe Gigi Hadid's Multicolored Pasta Decor

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Gigi Hadid showed off her carbohydrate-themed home decor and people have a lot of mixed feelings about it.

Over the weekend, the 25-year-old model posted Instagram photos of her newly decorated digs in New York City, captioning the post, “Spent all of last year designing and curating my passion project / dream spot. Of course, it all came together right before quarantining out of the city... but I’m excited for the time I’ll get to spend enjoying all the special corners that were made with a lil help from some of my favorite creatives (tap!) who embraced my ideas and didn’t call me crazy.” 

Hadid went on to thank her mother, Yolanda Hadid, for being the “greatest homemaking-sounding-board I could ask for” and issued a “special thanks to Gordon Kahn!”

Perhaps the most captivating of the photos— which were all tagged with the designer who helped Hadid with the room — was the image of Hadid’s kitchen. Prominently featured in her cabinets is a shadowbox of sorts with dozens and dozens of pieces of dyed pasta, including green, orange, blue, and yellow farfalle, penne, and what looks like bundled up linguine.

The multicolored pasta is plant-dyed and created by Linda Miller Nicholson. A quick scroll through Nicholson’s Instagram feed shows the other colorful creations she’s made. And while the vivid pasta has appealed to the likes of Hadid, Katy Perry, Camila, Matthew McConaughey, Snooki, and others, as per Nicholson’s website, many people on Twitter were less than intrigued by the noodles:

While the pasta creations may not float everyone's boat, you can't deny that the surprising splash of color does add a bit of flair to the room.

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Rose Low

Rose Low is a writer based in New York, with a background in social media strategy and reporting. She has a Masters from NYU and a love for romantic comedies. See Full Bio

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