Sheryl Crow is a city girl with country style, which makes for a genius design dichotomy in her New York City loft. Ahead of her upcoming album 100 Miles From Memphis, Sheryl Crow shares the design inspiration behind her NoHo digs with Elle.
Though she still spends most of her time in Tennessee, where she recently put her farm on the market, Crow has kept this place in the city since 1998. She's outfitted it with salvaged signs and other goodies collected from junk shops and yard sales over the years. I love the mix of urban, industrial design and vintage flair. I'm particularly fond of the kitchen, which is a far cry from the aquarium-outfitted eating area in her Tennessee home.
Her dishware is a hodgepodge of mismatched plates and Starbucks coffee mugs; and she still uses a circa-1950s O’Keefe & Merritt stove that she bought for her first apartment in St. Louis, back when she was a schoolteacher. "It goes wherever I go," she says, patting it fondly. "It’s built like a Buick."
To see full-size photos of the kitchen, the hip hallway, and the unique claw-foot tub in the bathroom,