Serena Kerrigan gave an expansive tour of her $6,800-per-month New York City apartment via her new membership-only platform, SFKTV.
“WELCOME TO MY CRIB! …or what I like to describe as my little oasis away from the hustle and bustle of New York City,” the actress-turned-businesswoman, 29, explained beneath her first video.
“Having a quiet, calming space helps me focus and inspires my creativity. Setting the vibe is truly my key to success. There are always candles burning and it’s never a mess. Take note! So take off your shoes, come inside and make yourself at home 😌.”
Kerrigan — who has lived in the 800-square-foot pad for the past two years — said her “favorite thing about living in the West Village is that [she] was conceived” on the very same block.
Though she described her home’s aesthetic as “neutral, bright, calming and relaxing,” the Let’s F–king Date card game creator made sure to note that she loves “naked imagery.”
“There’s a lot of penis and vagina imagery … like, a lot of subtext about the naked body in here,” she explained as she pointed to one of her living room end tables that “looks like a vagina.”
“This is marble,” she said of the erotic piece. “Actually, if it falls on your foot, you’re breaking it, and we don’t have insurance, so be careful.”
Next to each side of her large white couch sit lamps that “look like two balls,” and above her bed hangs an abstract painting of several women’s naked bodies.
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The self-proclaimed “mirror snob” has one in almost every room, including a circular mirror that faces her bed.
“I really do like f–king and being able to see myself. And waking up just popping out of bed and being like, ‘Hey! I love you,'” she told her viewers.
And in the flat’s entryway, there’s a Pride-themed jar filled with condoms with her face printed on the wrappers.
In addition to a bedroom, an en suite bathroom (filled with skincare, makeup and “haircare stuff”), a living room, a small dining room and a kitchen (stocked with a plethora of drink options but “very little food” because she “can’t cook”), Kerrigan’s space also features five closets — two in the foyer, two in her bedroom and a utility closet — most of which are used for clothes, shoes and accessories.
Her “dream apartment” also comes equipped with a working fireplace.