Exactly 20 years ago today, on June 6 1998, New York City. Thanks to Carrie Bradshaw's apartment — regardless of how unrealistic it might have been on a freelance writer's salary — everyone swooned over how chic and fabulous it would be to be the show's main character.
So, what would her iconic one-bedroom apartment look like today? , an interior design startup, decided to reimagine Carrie's place as well as Samantha's, Miranda's, and Charlotte's. Turns out, all these years later, I'd still want to be Carrie.
The 2018 version of Carrie's apartment.
While pulling off Carrie's insanely glamorous and elaborate outfits seemed nearly impossible, there was always something cozy and real about her apartment. Modsy's vision of Carrie's home today would be modern with some bold pieces, like a bright blue sofa.
According to a press release, the interior design company opted for a few stacks of books and magazines instead of Carrie's typically messy collection of magazines, newspapers, and ticket stubs.
The 2018 version of Samantha's apartment.
To no one's surprise, Samantha's place today would be effing sexy. "We wanted the apartment to reflect Samantha's unapologetic love of sex and portray her as the strong, classy person she was," Modsy writes.
Clean and almost minimal, the apartment has a bold and dramatic look — just like Samantha would want it.
The 2018 version of Charlotte's apartment.
Modsy went with a classic vibe plus a minimal twist for Charlotte's place, staying conservative with colors.
The brand says they think Charlotte's place would be where she could entertain — like, guests over to have cheese and artisanal crackers, not Netflix and chill.
The 2018 version of Miranda's apartment.
Two words: Contemporary Minimalist. That's the vibes Modsy went with when reimagining Miranda's apartment — saying she'd "want an apartment that gets the job done."
Please note that the laptop says "10 things I'd change about New York if I ran for Governor." (ICYMI: Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda, is running for governor).
Modsy said they'd go for quality pieces when putting her apartment together, with items from Pottery Barn and Crate & Barrel.
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