Stylish Interiors from "Sex and the City 2"

Chic rooms, fabulous furnishings, and smart decorating ideas from the highly anticipated sequel

image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
Chic rooms, fabulous furnishings, and smart decorating ideas from the highly anticipated sequel
1 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
Living Room
Carrie and Big’s living room includes a sofa by upholstered in blue wool-mohair from and a pair of beige midcentury side chairs. The bright floral Birdie Blossom Cushion by Paul Smith for adds a classic “Carrie” touch.
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
2 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
Recognizing that Carrie wouldn’t cook, Conway designed the kitchen and dining area of the couple’s home with Mr. Big in mind by including such modern touches as aqua-blue tiles by from installed on the kitchen walls.
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
3 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
Dining Room
In the dining room, an oxidized-metal chandelier by hangs above a French 1940s mahogany table from . The custom-made chairs were upholstered in a print fabric.
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
4 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
Hallway
A blown-glass chandelier by is a showstopper in Carrie and Big’s hallway.
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
5 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
Carrie and Big’s bedroom is a striking blend of pattern and texture. The custom-headboard is covered in fabric by and pops against the neutral Rococo Stripe wallpaper by by Cole & Son from . The bedding is from .
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
6 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
His-and-Hers Closet
The closet is a functional his-and-hers space, with Big’s clothes on the left and Carrie’s (mostly) on the right. It’s more subdued than the flashier closet of the first film, set decorator Lydia Marks says: “The ‘wow’ factors are the woodwork and the hardware. It’s more grown up and sophisticated.”
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
7 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
Treasure Chest
Carrie occasionally delves into the supergirly closet of her former apartment, which is also featured in the film. “It’s a treasure chest,” production designer Jeremy Conway says of the space, which is filled to the brim with bright colors and bold patterns. The room is anchored by the by the Rug Company, whose pieces are used in many of the film’s interiors. “Their carpets are designed by fashion designers,” set decorator Lydia Marks says. “What could be more appropriate than that?”
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
8 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
This chic space was rebuilt to look exactly like Carrie’s apartment in the first film. In the living room, chairs upholstered in fabric from surround a glamorous mirrored cocktail table from .
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
9 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
Good Charlotte
In Charlotte’s Park Avenue apartment, the fanciful kitchen takes center stage. Production designer Jeremy Conway chose a white-and-cream color palette to serve as a backdrop for a plethora of cupcakes. Set decorator Lydia Marks outfitted the space with colorful accents, from the pastel-striped window shade to the bright red knobs on the range. White-and-gray ceramic tiles add a subtle pattern to the floor.
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
10 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
So Samantha
The most modern setting in the film is Samantha’s Manhattan office. The minimal space features a desk, bright white accessories, and sweeping views of Times Square. “It’s so Samantha,” production designer Jeremy Conway says. “The oversize billboards. The advertisements. The energy of it is everything that she’s about.”
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
11 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
Modest Miranda
Miranda’s beautiful Brooklyn brownstone is the movie’s most relaxed and down-to-earth setting. This simple parlor kitchen has winning prewar architectural details, like the painted blue carved millwork arching over the range.
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
12 of 13
image
Photographer: Craig Blankenhorn
Very Sheik
The film’s Abu Dhabi scenes were primarily filmed at a hotel outside Marrakech in Morocco. Here, the girls enjoy cocktails on a terrace filled with glimmering metallic accents.
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
13 of 13
image

Candace Bushnell, the author of the novel that inspired both the TV series and the movies, has an apartment as chic as anything in the new film. To check it out, click here.

Plus, for a look at Sarah Jessica Parker’s personal style, click here.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
More From Celebrity Style
https://progressive.ua

cleansale.kiev.ua

porno torrent