Singer and composer Cyndi Lauper purchased a home in North Stamford, Connecticut in 1986 and called it home for over 30 years until recently when she moved permanently to New York. She put the home on the market, which gave us a chance to peek inside the charming place.
The home is cozy and whimsical with a lot of personality. It was originally built in 1975 for footwear designer Vince Camuto but Lauper made it her own with vintage and imported elements. The interior is as special as the exterior. The property is surrounded by stunning trees and wildlife, which can be enjoyed by the ample outdoor living space.
Enjoy this fun and inspiring home tour courtesy of Elle Decor.
Cyndi Lauper Home Tour
The curb appeal immediately sweeps you up with its charm and character.
The entryway is darling with gorgeous wood accents and a shiplap accent wall.
The great room features vaulted ceilings with hand-painted stenciling. Original tile floors and a stone accent wall add even more character.
The kitchen is quaint and charming with a butcher block island, subway tile, and a pot rack.
How adorable is this train-car bench serving as the breakfast nook? It was imported from Paris.
The master bathroom is full of unique, vintage elements like the incredible ornate vanity, mosaic tiled tub, French tiles, and stain glass window.
Lauper proudly showed off her platinum records on a wall in her at-home studio.
Her studio is covered in beautiful wood paneling with an adorable pink bar.
On the property is a charming guest house once used as a music studio.
The home is surrounded by beautiful trees and has a wonderful patio area for entertaining, complete with a pool.
What a special place!