Style On The Set: Debra Messing’s UES Brownstone

With the season finale of NBC’s Smash under our belts, we thought it was high time to forget Bombshell and all the backstage drama (and the fab-looking Katherine McPhee!) and take a closer look at Debra Messing’s character, Julia’s, amazing Upper East Side brownstone and how we can get the look.

Of course, it helps to start with gorgeous wood floors, professional kitchen appliances and exposed beam ceilings.

photo: NBC
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Get the Look of Writer Julia's UES Brownstone in NBC's "Smash"

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A Large Professional Grade Stove

We're convinced this is more for show than use in a New York City brownstone. 60" Custom Sealed Burner Range, Viking.com
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Signature Cookware

Pops of a retro hue like orange reflect the homeowner's creative side. Le Creuset Signature Round Dutch Oven, Williams-Sonoma.com
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Colorful Cuttingboards

So cute you can leave them on display. Set of 3 Flexible Grip Mats, CrateandBarrel.com
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A Drum Shade

A modern yet simple lighting elements doesn't distract from the decor. Short Drum Pendant, WestElm.com
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A Solid Wood Table

A round table is perfect for casual, eat-in kitchens. Pearse 60" Round Dining Table, CrateandBarrel.com
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Light Wood Dining Chairs

This classic midcentury modern chair is lightweight so it won't scratch the floor. Wegner Wishbone Chair in Oak, RoomandBoard.com

Check out this behind the scenes video: Julia’s home with Smash’s Production Designer Cabot McMullen.