By now, I bet the majority of you have seen the Sex and the City movie, right? And if not, you've gotten a taste for the movie's fashion, as well as some of the interiors already. I recently got my hands on some stills from Miranda's Brooklyn house, and had to share them with all of you.
I honestly have to say that Miranda's home is probably my favorite in the entire movie, simply because it is the most real. Even though Miranda and Steve's house has great bones, as well as some lovely home accessories, it is a bit jumbled. And that's okay, because obviously Miranda's life is jumbled, too, what with a child, a full-time job, and other, um, complications that I won't share because I don't want to spoil it for those who haven't yet seen the film.
To see another photo, as well as to hear more about why I love Miranda's apartment, read more.
For instance, take a look at the handprints to the left of the fireplace in the first photo. Those prints tell a story that we, the audience, isn't privy to — it could represent a mischievous painting addition by Brady, or perhaps even a little midpainting make-out session between Steve and Miranda. I also love that many of Miranda's more reserved and uptight UWS apartment accessories can be spotted in the Brooklyn home, though now they are overwhelmed by Brady's gigantic stuffed animals.
I'm curious — did you like Miranda and Steve's Brooklyn home, or did you find it too "real" for the fantasy that is Sex and the City?