Carrie Bradshaw's Blue Phase

Today I’m writing about Sex & The City, the movie. If you haven’t seen it yet and don’t want to know ANYTHING about it stop reading, here is your spoiler alert warning!

I saw the movie the weekend it opened and have been intending to write this ever since… a bit of “old news,” but still worth a post! So, I’ll share my thoughts on Carrie’s new & blue New York City apartment.

Carrie Bradshaw Apartment Bedroom TV Show Sex and the City

Her TV apartment was so her, so Carrie. Eclectic, worn, comfortable, full of memories and functional pieces that worked together because of her. It was full of conversations, emotions, love and chaos.

Enter the movie and her loss. She’s literally blue and it rubs off on her apartment in a big (no pun intended) and fabulous way. Sort of….

Carrie Bradshaw Sex and the City Blue Apartment Bedroom

Don’t get me wrong, I love the new color on her walls (Pop Sugar predicts Benjamin Moore’s Electric Blue is a close match), they are brilliant and vibrant and energizing. But, I think they are too nice. Too clean. Too “just right” and trendy-cool for Carrie. And while we’re talking about her apartment, where did the bedroom radiator go?

Carrie Bradshaw Blue Apartment Bedroom Sex and the City Movie

My favorite thing about her new digs are the pictures above her bed. They are arranged in such a way that reminds me of the former apartment—fabulous, but a little off, not too perfect, but perfect just they way they are!

Carrie Bradshaw Blue Apartment Bedroom Sex and the City Movie

I always feel that a space should reflect the person/people who live there. This new, blue and fancy apartment just doesn’t match our beloved Carrie. I get that she needed to make a HUGE change after the Big thing - I understand that. I guess that’s the only reason it works despite the fact that it is so NOT Carrie. She was not herself anymore (not to get too deep here), so she needed to erase the past and add a new element to her life.

Samantha’s dog loved her new pillows, but what did you think about the new decor? And, does your space “match” you?

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