Diane Keaton appears to be redecorating. Last Saturday, she spent some time searching for vintage statement pieces in the Junction, which, according to the manager of Dundas West salvage shop Smash, had been recommended to Keaton as Toronto’s it hood for the design inclined. The Annie Hall star purchased a truckload of stuff at Smash, including pine hanging cupboards, vintage wooden crates, an oversize green enamel barn light and a library ladder, whose $300 twin is still for sale, should you want to channel Keaton in your home decor. Keaton capped off her shopping spree with a McCarthy-era sign that reads “Men at Work,” which she reportedly intends to hang on her son Duke’s bedroom door.
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