Carrie Bradshaw was more interested in designing the perfect closet to accommodate her enviable wardrobe than taking the time decorating her Upper East Side brownstone, but we believe she would have loved to live in Brooklyn apartment.
The formermember of the Sex and the City set design team has filled her one-bedroom apartment with vintage pieces and flea market finds, and the rest came straight from the set of the popular HBO show, creating a Carrie-esque vibe in her very own home.
An art deco desk in the entry first made its debut in Mr. Big's modern apartment.
Peacock-blue Emilio Pucci-printed drapes in the living room first adorned the windows of Carrie's editor Enid Frick's apartment.
The painting above Karady's bed once hung in Charlotte's Park Avenue apartment.
Images courtesy of Jennifer Karady