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http://www.decor-ideas.org 05/10/2013 17:35 Decor Ideas 
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The master bedroom is a “complete retreat,” says interior designer Eric Cohler. Walls and headboard, both covered in chocolate- brown fabric, blend together, and custom demilune bedside cabinets with shagreen inserts and mercury-glass tops add to the “ahhhh” factor.

The way she keeps sane, Rosanna says, is, “I put family first, end of story. Work is work, and home is mommy. Even my Emmys stay at the office.”

If Rosanna gets home from delivering the 10 o’clock news and finds her family already asleep, she says she’ll often just sit for a few minutes looking out at the city that unfolds beyond her 30th-floor windows, a panorama of lights stretching from Yankee Stadium to Brooklyn to the Empire State Building. “I sit here and say thank you,” says Rosanna. “I’m so blessed.”

Wall upholstery, headboard fabric (“Loft Silk’’/Chocolate #GWF-2607-68): Lee Jofa, 800/453-3563, trade only.
Bed; bed cover: owner’s collection.
Toile shams: Myrtle, 212/223-4430.
Bedside commode (antique): M&R Furniture Creations, 718/891-5700.
Carpet (“Damask #400/Starlight): Beauvais Carpets, 212/688-2265, trade only.
Swing-arm lamps (#HL1803): Hinson & Co., 212/688-5538, trade only.

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