Who's her decorator because There's Something About Mary!
Why am I not surprised I don't see any books?
I love how small that bedroom is. Some rich people's bedrooms are huge but this has a very intimate atmosphere. I don't hate the other rooms either.
I like it. Maybe I would change a few things to be less sparkly, but generally looks nice and (gasp) classy.
If I exposed every room + the toilet to the world in a magazine, I'd have to remodel again. Is nothing too private anymore?
I've been to her posh flat in London, and it's magical.
That French blanc d'ivoire color palate never goes out of style. That white, cream, tan, grey, gorgeous color scheme is lovely.
It's surprisingly small and intimate for someone of her wealth, and it looks lovely, although a little too gilded for my taste. It looks like someone really lives there.
I was thinking the same thing, R9. If one of the biggest movie stars of the last 15 years can only afford a small place like that NYC really is a billionaire's playground.
Or, maybe she doesn't spend much time in NY and its an investment piece.
God, she looks old. Too many drugs or what?
I think it's called aging. We all do it. Even you R11.
The money all went up her nose apparently.
The bathroom is a bit much, but otherwise I quite like it. Too nice a place for Cameron Diaz.
Cameron chose her ass over her face.
Actually, Kelly Wearstler is the one who looks like shit in the photo. And that apt. is wildly restrained for her. Her taste is usually way over the top and expensive for the sake of being expensive.
[quote] If one of the biggest movie stars of the last 15 years can only afford a small place like that NYC really is a billionaire's playground.
I'm sure she can afford a bigger place.
Maybe she just wanted a "small" apartment.
So where in the West Village is it?
Very nice. The living room has a sumptuous grace to it. Asian phone booth bathroom, not so hot. Bedroom almost flawless, but would like to see that bed base go away. At least back to FabricLand. Note to interior designer, If you are going for a strong repeated theme look like the gold knobs, then the drawers have to be PERFECT. They look out of alignment. Wall coverings are best I have seen yet in these gigs. Good show overall, very pleasant and deft work.
"That French blanc d'ivoire color palate never goes out of style."
I hate it. Too monochromatic, like one of those special effects shots that makes something nearly black-and-white but not quite. Not even all that gilding adds enough color to make it appealing!