I love fashion but the truth is that I love nice things in general and that include beautiful homes as well. As I said before, style is much more than beautiful clothes. Style does include but is not limited to fashion. It is also a way of life and it involves taking care of the space where you live and making it beautiful with your personal touch. It is useless to say that when I saw Cameron Diaz’s New York apartment which she decorated with the help of home designer Kelly Wearstler, I was excited to share it on this blog dedicated to all things stylish! I hope you enjoy going through each room of this apartment that Kelly Wearstler herself describes as being “innately sexy without being overly flashy,” like its owner, Cameron Diaz.
The dining room looks absolutely beautiful! The custom-made parchment-and-brass dining table is flanked by Vladimir Kagan armchairs covered in Groundworks linen by Kelly Wearstler, and the circa-1960s chandelier is Spanish; paintings by Fabrice Penaux hang on a wall of mirror tiles.
The Living Room: the swivel armchair by the window is by Milo Baughman, and the Murano-glass chandelier, cocktail table, and stools are vintage; the armchair is upholstered in a Clarence House fabric, and the wallcovering by de Gournay and rug by Mansour Modern are custom designs.
The Kitchen: the brass-trimmed cabinetry is lacquered in a custom color, and the range is by Viking; the wood floors were treated with an ebony stain and then cerused.
The Master Bedroom: The linens in the master bedroom are by Frette, the coverlet is by Yves Delorme, and the silk wallcovering and gilded paper on the ceiling are by de Gournay; the 1950s chair is French, and the rug is by Mansour Modern.
The Master Bathroom is sheathed in glass tiles by Ann Sacks,
The guest room features a custom-made brass four-poster and parchment-covered nightstands, a 1960 Austrian ceiling fixture, and a vintage marble garden stool; the painting is by Riccardo Prosperi, and the silk rug is by the Rug Company.
The guest Bathroom: the walls and vanity top are pink onyx, the sink, by Bates and Bates, and fittings, by Waterworks, are brass, the vintage sconces are French, and the shower stall is custom made.
Source: Elle Decor