|Sex and the City IIÂ production designer Jeremy Conway custom-mixed paints to achieve the color of Bradshaw studio's brilliant ocean blue walls, but the shade is very close to Benjamin Moore'sÂ Electric Blue. Paint your trim and ceiling white with a shade like Benjamin Moore'sÂ Decorator's WhiteÂ to replicate the look. Electric Blue, $7/pint, Benjamin Moore|
Contrasting the blue walls is an undercurrent of white elements, include billowing curtains, ceramic table lamps, a Parsons-style desk, and side chairs. The pieces are feminine, airy, and trendy. They're also versatile and can easily be repurposed in another setting (such as Carrie and Big's future shared home).
|Safavieh Ceramic Table Lamps, $227 for two, HomeClick||Serendipity Bench, $1629, Horchow||Parsons Rectangular Dining Table, $399, West Elm|
Compared to Bradshaw's print-heavy wardrobe, her apartment is notably minimal in pattern. Instead of layering in prints, Conway selected a few high-impact patterns, including the broad-scale purple damask in her Marni Overleaf Rug from The Rug Co. and the chintzy floral from Wolf Home on her settees.
|Marni Overleaf Rug, $105/sq. ft., The Rug Co.||Love Too Needlepoint by Paul Smith, $3370, The Rug Co.||Pennie Chair, $559, Crate & Barrel|
With a wardrobe as extensive as hers, Bradshaw seems to leave a mess of designer shoes and accessories in her wake. But in the second film, she has really grown up and learned a thing or two about organization. Conway adds a built-in cabinet in Bradshaw's living area to store odds and ends, as well as her archival collection of Vogue magazines. In her bedroom, a mirrored vanity holds all her beauty essentials, and that iconic closet, well, it's a beast that cannot be tamed.
|5-Drawer Mirrored Vanity, $3200, 1stdibs||Besta TV Storage Combination, $699, IKEA||Clear Magazine File, $15, The Container Store|
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