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How to Live Like a Cool Girl Without Paying $18,000 a Month

Jun 19 2014 - 3:50pm

We all know Vanessa Carlton was cool in the early 2000s, but her New York loft [1] is proof she still has it! Currently available to rent, the recently married singer/songwriter's 2,500-square-foot apartment has been listed [2] for $17,950 a month — yeah, it's out of our budget, too. Aside from the usual perks, like a chef's kitchen, the SoHo loft is the epitome of cool-girl living. Filled with tons of texture, a mix of eclectic furniture, and exposed brick walls, the Manhattan pad perfects bohemian living. See the pics below, and because a multimillion-dollar loft is probably a "one day," not a "today," we found everything you need to get the look for less.

Source: Getty / Chelsea Lauren [3], Coldwell Banker [4]

Brick walls and a black ceiling are the foundation for the living room's cozy look.

Source: Coldwell Banker [5]

In the dining room, gothic and rustic pieces lend themselves perfectly to the loft [6]'s historic architecture.

Source: Coldwell Banker [7]

Tons of texture found in pillows, blankets, and throws is essential for the apartment's bohemian look.

Source: Coldwell Banker [8]

Stainless-steel appliances and cabinets add a sleek rock-star vibe.

Source: Coldwell Banker [9]

Another look at the living room's open floor plan, including a decorative piano.

Source: Coldwell Banker [10]

A variety of prints and furniture styles creates an eclectic master suite.

Source: Coldwell Banker [11]

Left to right: faux-fur throw [12] ($195), removable wallpaper [13] ($98), lace bedding [14] ($28-$298), brick wallpaper [15] ($27), wood coffee table [16] ($349), Grateful Dead poster [17] ($19), wall sculpture [18] ($59), chevron rug [19] ($70, originally $169), blue sofa [20] ($999).


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