Come on in and tell me what you think of her style.
I tend to gravitate toward heavy furniture,” remarks Crawford. “I like dark wood and solid pieces—they’re kind of homey.”
Architect Oscar Shamamian, who reworked some of the details throughout the apartment, designed the stone mantelpiece for the living room. The photograph is by Kurt Markus.
“The library feels like a library—just without bookshelves,” Crawford says.
“The guest bedroom is about creating drama in a room without a lot of architecture,” says Smith, who mixed bright colors and varied patterns in the space. The bed frame is by Smith;
“Cindy and Rande wanted a pale master bedroom,” Smith says. “It’s the most feminine, romantic room in the apartment.” Arranged before an antique Venetian mirror are a photograph of the couple on their wedding day and a portrait of Crawford.
“Cindy loves things with patinas—worn wood, old leather,” Smith says. He furnished the master bedroom with an aged bamboo chair, a circa 1900 Agra carpet and a bed and sofa of his own design. Crawford found the floral still life at a flea market in Buenos Aires.
This master bedroom belongs to another residence of hers by the sea.
This image via apartmenttherapy, all the rest and information are from Architectural Digest.
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