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See Where Andy Cohen Watches TV Inside His Gorgeous West Village Duplex

The Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host has some swanky spots for TV-viewing.

By Courtney Thompson
Andy Cohen Watching Tv

When you host your own late-night talk show, it’s probably a “must” that you have a luxurious TV room in your own home, right? Right. At least that appears to be the case for Andy Cohen, who has not one but two totally swanky TV-viewing areas. The Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen host has recovered from his bout of coronavirus (COVID-19), but he continues to self-quarantine with his adorable son, Ben, in the family’s gorgeous West Village duplex.

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Andy first purchased the ground floor of his current abode back in 2003 and eventually purchased a second unit, creating one bigger apartment that is so striking and beautiful it was featured in Elle Décor a few years back. This week, the dad has been sharing what he’s up to — ya know, when he’s not filming his show at home, recording his SiriusXM radio show, or playing with baby Ben — and like most of us, Andy’s watching a lot of TV!

His first spot for viewing? Perched atop his custom Ralph Lauren bed in his master suite, natch. Andy placed a TV in the room, directly above the stately fireplace with its brass tools, and can we just say that the mounted TV practically blends in with the dark gray walls?! The room is simultaneously masculine and fancy, we love it!

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Next up: Andy heads to the home’s downstairs family room, which flanks his blue chef’s kitchen, where he can sprawl out on his yellow-and-gray checkered sectional couch that is so huge it looks like it could seat a million or so people. The huge TV is mounted, seemingly floating atop the room’s floral wallpaper, which is dubbed “Field of Daydreams” by Flav Paper.

Cozy spots that are fancy, too? Yep, those are the best kind of TV-viewing nooks to have. Well done, Andy!

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