By Caroline Biggs

Published on October 6, 2016

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Photography by WILLIAM ABRANOWICZ FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST VIA CURBED

Per Architectural Digest, the actress-turned-director’s pad was previously owned by artist Cindy Sherman—who used it as a photography studio.

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Photography by WILLIAM ABRANOWICZ FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST VIA CURBED

The lofty living area is filled with rustic charm, including high ceilings, French doors, coffered-paneled furnishings, and milled columns.

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Photography by WILLIAM ABRANOWICZ FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST VIA CURBED

In the polished sitting area, a portrait of Ryan—done by musician John Mellencamp—sits above an old-school craft table.

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Photography by WILLIAM ABRANOWICZ FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST VIA CURBED

The country kitchen’s dining area is outfitted in salvaged industrial lighting fixtures and custom built-in storage shelves. subway tile and marble backsplashes make for a sophisticated display in the stainless steel kitchen—complete with restaurant-style swinging doors.

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There’s also a full-fledged media room in the super chic downtown space, as well as a mosaic tiled master bathroom with marble fittings and a soaking tub—making this place ever bit as adorable as the iconic actress.