Featured in the Spring 2012 issue of New York Magazine, indie actress Chloë Sevigny's East Village garden co-op is filled with expectedly quirky yet surprisingly traditional decor pieces. The result is a slightly off-kilter but decidedly cozy home you can't help but be inspired by. Designed by store owner and interior designer David Cafiero, there are moments of electric color, an assortment of Catholic references, curiously positioned mirrors, and everything else you might imagine Chloë's home to be filled with. We took notice of the boldest and chicest design choices from each of the featured rooms and scoured the market for pieces that captured the vibe of Chloë's quirky casa. Keep reading for more details on her home and the pieces you can shop to replicate the look!
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