Today Architectural Digest is welcomed by Amanda Seyfried for a tour of her peaceful home in New York City. The Crowded Room and Mamma Mia! star spends most of her time upstate at her Catskills farmhouse, but when work calls her away she needed a tranquil city base fit for her family–with the help of Sarah Zames and Colin Stief from General Assembly they aimed to bring some of those farmhouse vibes to Manhattan. Stunning original arched windows create a bright, airy space enhanced by light oak features, and Amanda’s love of antique silhouettes paired with modern pieces offers an eclectic yet zen feel, perfect for relaxing after a busy day in the city–“I’m part of the development of a Broadway show,” Amanda says “This is going to be my home for six, seven, eight months. I know this will be where I live, and I’m comfortable here. I feel really safe.”
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