When Brooke Shields joined the Broadway cast of The Addams Family, she decided to put down some roots in New York City. She dreamed of having a place where she and her family, which includes two daughters, could create memories and history. She searched for a while before finding the perfect place in Greenwich Village.
The brick house was built in 1910 but was in need of an overhaul. Brooke renovated it with the help of decorator David Flint Wood to turn it into the special home she imagined. The result is a beautiful residence that is full of character, charm, and elegance.
Enjoy this inspiring home tour courtesy of Architectural Digest.
Brooke Shields Home Tour
The living room is a cozy place with whimsical artwork and pops of pink, red, green, and yellow.
The dark grey on the walls makes the space feel cozy while white accents provide an elegant contrast to the dark backdrop.
A lovely mural in the dining room makes you feel like you’re dining in a forest. The rich red chairs are a nice pop of color that liven up the room.
The kitchen is cozy with an eat-in dining area and fireplace. The high-gloss black floors are dramatic and stunning.
Brooke’s office is simple and elegant with white wood paneling with built-in storage. A gallery of black and white art makes it extra chic.
A drawing used as gift wrap for a present to Brooke hangs over a modern bench in this simple but charming vignette.
The entryway features gorgeous high-gloss floors that make a luxurious first impression.
Vintage furniture gives this space a charming, historic appeal.
Another sitting area features a large trunk as a coffee table and other charming elements.
One of the bedrooms is serene and relaxing in a soft blue and white palette.
The bathroom is glamorous and luxurious with a free-standing tub and floor-to-ceiling drapes.
Another bedroom embraces a dark palette for a luxurious, masculine vibe.
What a spectacular home!