What’s the best part of moving into a new home? While there’s no correct answer per se, for many, it’s the opportunity to work with a blank canvas. A new space means you get to start over in more ways than one. Yes, it can be a spiritual and emotional journey like it is for The Real Housewives of New York City’s Dorinda Medley, but it can also be a chance to really play with your design style, which is exactly what Sonja Morgan is doing in her new Columbus Circle high-rise apartment.
How so? Well, for one, she painted her new home’s walls pink! “I’m an empty-nester now and I moved out of the townhouse and I’m really flexing my creative muscles in my new, pink apartment,” Sonja told Home & Design recently.
That’s right, despite Ramona Singer’s definitive objections to the color choice, Sonja went ahead and painted her walls in the soft, rosy hue. “Ramona wanted white because she likes her wine white and she likes her apartments white, but I like color,” she explained. “You know, my townhouse had color and flair to it.”
Did it ever! Beyond flair, however, Sonja’s 4,650-square-foot limestone townhouse also had five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, which is why she was able to rent it out for a whopping $32,000 a month.
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