If you’ve been holding out for the chance to buy Cameron Diaz‘s lavish New York apartment after it appeared in the pages of ELLE DECOR back in October 2013, the time has come. The stars align when Cameron Diaz enlists Kelly Wearstler to conjure a Manhattan apartment with just the right amount of sparkle and shine.
The newly married actress, who wed musician Benji Madden in January 2015, has listed her 1,400-square-foot, two bedroom bachelorette pad for $4.25 million – a whole $1.3 million above what she paid for it in 2008 — according to the Wall Street Journal.
Wearstler transformed the space into a glamorous and opulent oasis, complete with a wood-burning fireplace and custom wallpaper lining the closet. Diaz was very hands-on with the residential project, and the interior designer revealed to ELLE DECOR, saying, “I’m delighted by how well the space represents her.”
Of course, Diaz did complete a gut renovation on the prewar, Greenwich Village apartment, calling in design world “it” girl (and our girl crush), Kelly Wearstler, making the price hiked totally worth it.
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The kitchen may be her favourite daylight lair, but at dusk it’s the living room, when the space is at its most seductive and the custom rose-petal-color wallpaper and mirrored walls throw off the kind of light that makes everyone look like a movie star. “It’s a bit like living in a silk-lined jewelry box.” said Cameron.
Rumor has it that Diaz and her rocker husband are in the midst of starting a family, with plans to “nest” in New York, as one insider told Franchise Herald. Cameron Diaz has a second Manhattan apartment in the family-friendly Chelsea neighborhood, The Real Deal notes.
The happy couple could be planning to make this three-bedroom abode their full time residence as they look to expand their family, or maybe Diaz will pull a Tom Cruise and begin selling off her glamorous homes one by one. Either way, we’ll be on baby bump watch.
For both women, completing the project was bittersweet. “I learned new things with every client, but Cameron taught me to be more sensitive to the hand of fabrics and textiles” Weastler says. “She was so involved in every step, every choice, that I’m delighted by how eall the place represents her.”
Source: ELLE DECOR
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