Elle Magazine July 2010
Jun 17, 2010Public
Photo: Sitting pretty: Crow in her NYC loft, with wall-to-wall draper’s cabinets (used as bookshelves) from the Sundance catalog, a rug from Pottery Barn, and a table and couch from ABC Carpet & Home. (Crow wears sweater and pants by Isabel Marant; visit isabelmarant.tm.fr.)
Photo: A taste of the country: Crow (wearing a shirt by The Row and Bootheel Trading Co. by Sheryl Crow jeans), in her kitchen with her beloved stove.
Photo: A typically eclectic tableau: Diane Arbus’ 1968 A Family on the Lawn One Sunday in Westchester, N.Y.; Ron Pippin’s Alligator Laboratory Museum Box; and one of Crow’s many antique wooden saint figurines. “I’m into funky religious art,” she says.
Photo: “I wanted a freestanding tub because I thought it would be cool and romantic,” says Crow. “But I never really use it.”
Photo: A dog painting by Julia McClurg and a lamp and chair from Pottery Barn Kids take center stage in son Wyatt’s room.
Photo: Crow (in Roberto Cavalli) soaks up the sun in a club chair from ABC Carpet & Home.
Photo: Crow (in Ralph Lauren Blue Label) found the scaled-down Wurlitzer piano while trolling eBay.
Photo: The gallery-like hallway that leads to Crow’s kitchen, lined with Holophane industrial pendant lamps.
Photo: A dressmaker’s form and optometrist’s sign.
Photo: Crow (in a Marc Jacobs sweater and Bottega Veneta pants) with Hargitay and their respective sons, Wyatt and August.
Photo: The HOTEL sign that started it all, above Hugo Guinness drawings from John Derian.
Photo: An antique eye chart (“It still lights up!”) hangs above a childhood photo of Crow’s father in the hall.