What do you get when you take a talented, wise beyond her years actress, Brooklyn based interior designer Antonio Buzzetta, and combine it with a pied-á-teardown apartment in New York City? You get an unmistakably beautiful, fresh take on Antique European style.
The transformation is just stunning. It’s the kind of apartment you never knew that you always wanted to live in.
According to Elle Decor, what Rossum wanted, she told Brooklyn based designer Antonio Buzzetta, was “chic, European, the look of a modern girl who has inherited her grandmother’s stuff. I wanted it to have a young energy, but with old-fashioned touches,” she says. Her own taste is radically different from her mother’s. Her childhood home, she reports, was white and gray with low-slung Italian furniture, a streamlined environment with virtually no decorative accessories.
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