Adriana Trigiani, the writer, TV producer and author of the bestselling novel "The Shoemaker's Wife" is known for her humorous and heartwarming tales, so richly detailed that fans join guided walking tours of the places in Italy and Greenwich Village that she writes about. Her own story can be told, at least in part, with a peek into her favorite room, a comfortable living room decorated in colorful raspberry and vivid Chagall blues with high ceilings and a black and gold-veined marble fireplace in the 1838 Manhattan brownstone that she, her husband, nine-year-old daughter and a cat named Smokey call home.
What do you like most about your living room?
The light in the late afternoon. When the sun goes down the way the building reflects light, it turns blue. I get the fractured light.Read More »from My favorite room: Adriana Trigiani