John Patrick Shanley's Love of Color

John Patrick Shanley's Love of Color

Aaron Able
Jul 30, 2009

The New York Times takes us inside the Gramercy apartment of playwright, director and Oscar-winning screenwriter John Patrick Shanley — and it is infused with COLOR! Shanley (of Doubt and Moonstruck fame) worked with interior designer Randy Florke to create a home that paid homage to his love of intense color and showcased his quirky taste for kitsch...

• The dining room was once a porch and was redesigned by Woods Mackintosh, a Chelsea architect and set designer.
• John Patrick Shanley in his living room painted with Benjamin Moore's Peppermint Leaf.
• The mustard yellow kitchen has blue-veined quartz countertops!
• The stairwell was painted by Sharon Molloy.
• The pink bathroom.

For more pictures and some insight into Shanley's LOVE OF COLOR check out The New York Times: The Color of Comfort and the slide show.

(Image: ©2009 Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times)

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