You've likely seen Gigi Hadid's Instagram post revealing her newly-renovated apartment in New York City.
The fashion model posted 10 pictures of her "dream spot" last weekend, and right in the middle of the mix (slide #4 below!) is a photo of colorful kitchen cabinets created with different shapes of dyed-pasta — which actually happens to be the work of Seattle pasta maker and artist Linda Miller Nicholson, US Weekly reported Tuesday.
You might remember we've featured Nicholson's quirky pasta designs before. Her Instagram, @saltyseattle, is a social media sensation with more than 275,000 people keeping up with her bright, colorful pasta wonderland. And Hadid is obviously a fan of her work!
"I'm excited for the time I'll get to spend enjoying all the special corners that were made with a lil help from some of my favorite creatives (tap!) who embraced my ideas and didn't call me crazy," Hadid wrote in the caption of her post. And she did, in fact, tag @saltyseattle on her pasta art photo.
Nicholson loves "making the world colorful, one pasta at a time" with her art, and is also the author of "Pasta, Pretty Please." You can check out more or her work at saltyseattle.com.