Elle magazine recently featured photos of singer Sheryl Crow’s New York City loft which I found quite charming. The loft is open and airy and evokes a feeling of cozy comfort and simplicity. The interiors take on an industrial meets vintage feel and is filled with many quirky treasures that Crowe has collected over time during her frequent flea marketing and vintage shopping excursions.
“I grew up going junking, as we’d call it, with my family, and I’ve been addicted to it ever since,” Crow told Elle. “It’s a totally therapeutic pastime for me. I can spend hours going through flea markets.” She gestures in the direction of a nineteenth-century prosthetic leg leaning against a wall. “I’ve got some real weird stuff.”
Below are a few photos of the space and you can see more here at Elle.com.
Photos: Paul Costello for Elle.com