She fell in love when she saw it and hunted
down the artist, Dan Funderburgh,
who directed her to the transit museum
to get a copy.
The apartment is dotted with little reminders
like this of New York City and
Queens specifically. A tote bag that says,
“Queens is my borough” hangs near the
door (and there’s a nice shout-out to our
magazine on the coffee table!). Anderson
prides herself on buying local and supporting
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The bedroom has a theme of its own:
“Moroccan cabin.” The site of Anderson’s
bed says it all: a giant mosquito-net-like
canopy hangs from the ceiling, draping
over the bed and bunched up neatly at
each corner. Her bedspread is a plain
light grey ey but but her her sheets sheets stand stand out out with
elephants on them.
The color scheme is similar: lots of
earthy, muted tones with pops of color
and tribal and geometric accents. But everything
is very orderly, and like the living
room, there’s no clutter to be seen.
“I don’t want to feel like I have too many
things in my house,” Anderson explained.