Brooke Shields in the Greenwich Village townhouse she shares with her family; the home was renovated in collaboration with designer David Flint Wood and MADE architects.
The living room features Louis XVI–style armchairs, a French Empire commode, and a 1970s Lucite-base cocktail table. A Keith Haring painting (a gift from the artist) and portraits by Will Cotton of Shields’s two daughters hang on walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Chelsea Gray. JEEZ, I WOULD BE AFRAID TO SIT IN THERE…IS THIS AN ACTIVE ROOM OR A ROOM FROM A MUSEUM???
In the dining room, a tole chandelier from Laurin Copen Antiques is paired with Jansen chairs and a vintage Ralph Lauren Home marble-top pedestal table. Zuber’s Les Lointains wallpaper lines the room; the wide-plank floor is stained in Sydney Harbour Paint’s Palm Beach Black. BETTER FOR LOOKING AT BUT NOT ACTUALLY SITTING!
George III–style dining chairs surround a table by MADE in the kitchen; the pendant lamps are by Foscarini, the range is by Wolf, and the chimney breast—faced in glazed tiles by Mosaic del Sur—displays a Malcolm Liepke painting. THIS SEEMS LIKE THE GATHERING PLACE…MINUS THE PENDANT LAMPS.
LOVE THE TUB WITH THE LADDER…LOL
IF THIS IS RECREATING THE SAME ATMOSPHERE AS WHEN SHE GREW UP…THEN HER FAMILY HAD EXPENSE TASTE AS WELL….WHERE DO THE KIDS PLAY – OUTSIDE??