Amy Sedaris Reveals Her Magical Greenwich Village Apartment
You should paint your walls so they look good with your skin tone. All your lights should be on one level. Think of your security deposit as a personality fee and then do whatever you want to your home. These are just a few tips Amy Sedaris shared with us when Wendy Goodman, our design editor, recently visited her Greenwich Village apartment.
With the help of Todd Oldham, her longtime friend and design collaborator, Sedaris gave us a treasured look into her theatrical one-bedroom home, which she often uses as the inspiration (and source!) for the set design of her show At Home With Amy Sedaris. Watch as Amy takes us down the rabbit hole of her wonderland full of whimsy and charm.
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