John Patrick Shanley's Love of Color

John Patrick Shanley's Love of Color

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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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