Inside Julia Fox’s mice-infested NYC condominium

Inside Julia Fox's mice-infested NYC apartment

Unpretentious gems!

Julia Fox admitted on TikTok that she loves dwelling in her self-described “tiny” Manhattan condominium that’s infested with mice as a result of she doesn’t like “extreme shows of wealth.”

“They make me really feel icky,” Fox stated in a viral video that has amassed greater than 3.3 million views. “Particularly people who have actually huge homes. It’s simply actually wasteful when there’s simply so many homeless folks on this nation. I simply, I’m probably not like that.”

Fox, 32, proceeded to present viewers a tour of her modest Manhattan condominium, which exhibits a stability of chaos and ease.

“I by no means thought in 1,000,000 years that I might do that, however I do imagine in most transparency and so I’m going to present you guys an condominium tour,” Fox says. “I do know I’m going to get roasted. And no matter, however hopefully possibly any individual can watch this and be like ‘possibly I’m not doing so dangerous.’”

First, she takes followers into the lounge, which she transformed into her bed room. She says she used her smaller bed room as a playroom for her son Valentino, whom she welcomed together with her ex final February.

Fox then pans out to a mirror on the wall, which has images devoted to her family members who’ve handed away.

“That is my nostalgia mirror. That is Valentino when he was born. That’s my pal Concord who handed away. That’s my pal Jana who handed away,” she says.

Fox then pans to the lengthy hallway.


Julia Fox shows a gold outlined mirror in her bedroom dedicated to her loved ones.
Julia Fox exhibits a gold-tone mirror in her bed room devoted to her family members.
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Her son's mini kitchen across from the actual kitchen.
Her son’s mini kitchen throughout from the precise kitchen.
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Her son's playroom across her bedroom and the plant station.
Her son’s playroom throughout her bed room and the plant station, the place she quips nothing grows.
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“This can be a very lengthy hallway. Nothing occurs right here.” She then exhibits a white board of her son’s daycare schedule, with completely different gadgets lining up the hallway.

She proceeds to point out her “little lavatory,” which will be seen stacked with garments.

“It’s very tiny, nevertheless it does what it’s purported to do,” Fox says, earlier than going into the kitchen.

“That is Valentino’s little kitchen space, after which that is my kitchen space. Don’t decide me I do know. I do know it’s actually messy.”


Julia Fox's son's bedroom.
Julia Fox’s son’s bed room.
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The long hallway and sole bathroom.
The lengthy hallway and sole lavatory.
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Her stack of shoeboxes in the kitchen.
Her stack of shoeboxes within the kitchen.
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Fox then proceeds to point out a stack of shoeboxes within the kitchen, including that it “is quite common for New Yorkers.”

Is it, although?

Fox then pans into her son’s room, which is crammed with toys galore, an ornamental practice rug, life-sized stuffed animals and art work.

“I put essentially the most effort on this room I feel. I actually needed him to have a cute room,” Fox explains within the video. “Nonetheless, he doesn’t hang around right here in any respect. He desires to be in momma’s room. He like doesn’t even sleep in there. He sleeps in mattress with me. Yeah we’re co-sleepers. Sue me. I don’t care.”

On the finish of the video, she reveals that she has a “little mouse downside.”

“But it surely’s an issue relying the way you have a look at it. I form of allow them to rock,” Fox says.

“I recognize that at night time whereas they’re sleeping, they clear up the crumbs that my son drops on the ground. So yeah, I’m not going to evict the mice anytime quickly.”