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How to Live Like a Cool Girl Without Paying $18,000 a Month

Jun 19 2014 - 3:50pm

We all know Vanessa Carlton was cool in the early 2000s, but her New York loft is proof she still has it! Currently available to rent, the recently married singer/songwriter's 2,500-square-foot apartment has been listed [1] for $17,950 a month — yeah, it's out of our budget, too. Aside from the usual perks, like a chef's kitchen, the SoHo loft is the epitome of cool-girl living. Filled with tons of texture, a mix of eclectic furniture, and exposed brick walls, the Manhattan pad perfects bohemian living. See the pics below, and because a multimillion-dollar loft is probably a "one day," not a "today," we found everything you need to get the look for less.

Source: Getty / Chelsea Lauren [2], Coldwell Banker [3]

Brick walls and a black ceiling are the foundation for the living room's cozy look.

Source: Coldwell Banker [4]

In the dining room, gothic and rustic pieces lend themselves perfectly to the loft's historic architecture.

Source: Coldwell Banker [5]

Tons of texture found in pillows, blankets, and throws is essential for the apartment's bohemian look.

Source: Coldwell Banker [6]

Stainless-steel appliances and cabinets add a sleek rock-star vibe.

Source: Coldwell Banker [7]

Another look at the living room's open floor plan, including a decorative piano.

Source: Coldwell Banker [8]

A variety of prints and furniture styles creates an eclectic master suite.

Source: Coldwell Banker [9]

Left to right: faux-fur throw [10] ($195), removable wallpaper [11] ($98), lace bedding [12] ($28-$298), brick wallpaper [13] ($27), wood coffee table [14] ($349), Grateful Dead poster [15] ($19), wall sculpture [16] ($59), chevron rug [17] ($70, originally $169), blue sofa [18] ($999).


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