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WATCH: Recreate Emmy Rossum's Chic New York City Apartment for (Way) Less

 

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Emmy Rossum’s gorgeous New York City apartment oozes European chic — think fireplace mantels picked up at the Paris flea and gilded antique tables — with cool girl touches like a bar cart and modern art. And while it’s perfectly enjoyable to ogle her out-of-reach decor in the pages of this month’s Elle Decor, we figured why not get the man who created the original to tell us how to mimic the look for a steal.

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Interior designer Antonino Buzzetta worked with Rossum to curate super high-end furnishings and one-of-a-kind antiques for her Manhattan pied-a-terre. So we asked the New York–based talent to share some much more affordable (we’re talking half the price) pieces to steal a bit of A-list style for our own homes.

Instead of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams’ London sofa (price upon request) he chose the Rose sofa by The Everygirl for Interior Define for $1,500. In place of the exceptional (and pricey) antique Persian carpet Emmy selected, Buzzetta suggests Unique Loom’s Heriz area rug, starting at $32.99 from Wayfair.

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The pillows on the actress’s sofa were custom made from fabric available only to interior designers. A cute solution for amateur decorators? Joss & Main’s Sonja and Francine throw pillows, coming in at $18.95 and $48.95, respectively. The beautiful gold French side table was sourced from an antiques dealer in Houston, Texas. Buzzetta’s affordable alternative is a comparative steal: Mercer 41’s Wendover end table, found on Wayfair for $179.99.

To see more of Emmy Rossum’s Manhattan home, pick up the November issue of Elle Decor, out now.