Sex and the City: Miranda Hobbes

Inside Miranda's Apartment

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Sex and the City: Miranda Hobbes

Inside Miranda's Apartment

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The interesting dining room painting is a Conway original. "I'm not telling what it's supposed to be a painting of - I'm not sure I know!" he laughs. "We were in a Tibetan mood, I wanted to have a bit of a mysticism, Eastern philosophy thing going. I found some art references and voila! It's really whatever you think it is - which you know Miranda would find fascinating."


"When your life is in disarray, what do you do?" asks Conway. "Your organize what you can - in Miranda's case, her home." Hence, the apartment is always tidy - everything has it's place, from the toothbrush in the holder on her sink, to her law books stacked straight on a table in the hallway.

"We went through a plot where she stresses over her housekeeper trying to rearrange her life - and her goody drawer," Conway says. "She hates when her life or her way of thinking is disrupted - it rocks the boat too much. Just look at how she freaked when Steve moved in."

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