David Harbour And Lily Allen's Bathroom Is Extremely Extra — Like, There's A Big-Ass Fridge In There

    From carpet to swan taps to embroidered venereal diseases — they got it all.

    Everyone seems to forget that Lily Allen and David Harbour are an *item.*

    The couple sitting court side at a basketball game

    They met in 2019 and got married in 2020. I'd call that a whirlwind, but hey, as Planet Fitness says: This is a no-judgment zone*!

    Now, they're going viral for their very weird but very cool Brooklyn townhouse tour they did with Architectural Digest:

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    Their house is extremely colorful.

    They sure do love florals!

    And they have this completely useless lamp that, to me, is quintessential New York.

    "This is great, this completely non-functional lamp!"

    Lily smiles as she points to the lamp

    But I'm here to talk about one room in particular: their bathroom.

    Yes, this is their bathroom.

    It's the most living room–like bathroom I think I've ever seen.

    That's carpet.

    And that's a large pink refrigerator.

    David touching the fridge that's next to the bathtub

    The bathroom was apparently mostly David's doing.

    "When I lived in apartments in New York City, I just had bathrooms. There was a toilet, a shower, a sink and a toothbrush. Now, I have a room where you can take a bath, or you can sit, or you can brush your teeth and do whatever you want," he said.

    The chair in the bathroom sitting area

    "I did demand some items on this floor, just a couple necessary items: I said I want swan taps."

    Yes, swan taps.

    A closeup-up of the swan taps

    "I also wanted a fridge from outer space."

    And that's what he got!

    There are also sinks which are replicas of something out of Versailles.

    They have these random little silver figurines.

    And then there's Lily Allen's artwork.

    That's an embroidered framed picture of venereal diseases.

    So, yep, it's a bit extra!

    But hey, I guess that's what you do with a zillion dollars!