Shameless star Emmy Rossum grew up in Manhattan, but it wasn't until she recently purchased an 800-square foot prewar apartment that she had a place of her own in the city. The cozy-but-dated one-bedroom apartment, affectionately referred to by Emmy as a "pied-à-teardown," had great bones, but it needed some serious help. Emmy contacted Elle Decor, and they led her to interior designer Antonino Buzzetta, whose modern take on traditional glamour was exactly what she was looking for. After a massive overhaul, the space now exudes fresh, young energy while being traditional enough to feel at home in Paris — where, coincidentally, many of the decor pieces are from. Keep reading for a peek into the apartment ahead along with insights directly from Emmy and then head to Elle Decor to check out the complete feature.
Emmy Rossum's NYC Apartment Is More Traditional Than You're Expecting, But Every Inch as Glamorous
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