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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
The master bath includes a freestanding tub at the window, a custom-designed vanity by MADE, and a Walker Zanger tile floor.

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??

 
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