“I put things around my house from places I’ve been or from a person I love,” Crowley says in an interview for the article, titled Reporter’s Retreat. There are terracotta soldier statues purchased during a trip to China covering President Bill Clinton, and a red pitcher bought in South Carolina during the 2000 presidential primaries.
The home’s backyard garden — done in tropical style — was inspired by Crowley’s travels to Florida during the 2000 campaign.
Crowley’s overall decorating philosophy? “What I’ve learned over the years is that it’s okay to be your own stylist.”
(Photo: Bob Narod)
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