Revisit the Sex and the City author's colorful and sophisticated Manhattan apartment
Author Candace Bushnell and her husband, dancer Charles Askegard; the 1920s mirrored Art Deco table is from .
In the living room, Caio Fonseca's Fifth Street Painting C04.13 overlooks a 19th-century tufted bustle chair from Bijan Royal, a vintage brass floor lamp from , Moroccan poufs from , and an Oushak rug from . The couple purchased the Louis XVI sofa from writer Jay McInerney, and the ivory-and-ebony box is from .
A 19th-century Venetian chaise is dressed up with a pillow from ; the palm-leaf lamp from dates from the 1800s.
The vintage mirrored screen is from .
The mirror is from Paterae Antiques.
A pair of gold-leafed sheaf sconces from Downtown flank the living room mantel, which is original to the apartment.
In the den, ebonized campaign chairs with white cowhide seats from face a velvet upholstered sofa with a pillow made of vintage fabric from ; the rug is by from .
The kitchen's wood-and-glass cabinetry and soapstone counters were designed by Rodos Interior Renovations.
Decorator Susan Forristal reproduced a poster of Bushnell onto wallpaper that lines the powder room; the fittings and the sink are by Smolka.
The bed and the –designed rug are both from , and the antique suzani is from Mughal; Dutchman's Dawn II, a painting by Ellen Kozak, hangs above it, and the midcentury table lamps are from .
Author Candace Bushnell in the Manhattan apartment she shares with her husband, dancer Charles Askegard. It was decorated with the help of Susan Forristal.