Love movies? Love interior design and decorating your home? No matter what your decor style is, these movies are sure to inspire you.
It’s hard work designing a movie set, but it can be even more difficult designing your own home. If you’re struggling to find the perfect style for your home, turn to Hollywood! Movies can serve as an incredible source of inspiration when it comes to decorating your home. From the iconic and sexy ‘60s decor in “The Graduate” to the dreamy, sought-after kitchen in “It’s Complicated,” here are the movies you need to watch before decorating or remodeling your home.
While this film captures the ennui that so many experience after graduating college, the stylish ‘60s interiors are just as impressive. From the Braddock family’s inviting home, to the sleek and modern style of the Robinsons’ abode, to the iconic rooms in the Taft Hotel, “The Graduate” offers up plenty of decor inspiration
The Great Gatsby
For anyone looking to add a little more glitz and glamour to their homes, Baz Luhrman’s take on “The Great Gatsby” is a must-see. Each room in the film has its own distinct feel, and while the interiors are quite grandiose, they brilliantly capture the feel of the Roaring Twenties.
Nancy Meyers has quite the reputation for creating enviable interiors in her films, but “It’s Complicated” just may take the cake. It’s almost impossible to watch without dreaming of cooking in the impeccable kitchen, or plopping down in the muted living room wrapped in a cashmere blanket.
Midnight in Paris
“Midnight in Paris” travels between time periods, so there are countless scenes that feature breathtaking interiors. The ‘20s night clubs, Gertrude Stein’s home, and even the modern day hotel rooms all evoke a completely different style, but all remain entirely enticing.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Holly Golightly’s apartment is a testament to the idea that less is more. While there’s hardly any furniture at all, what she does have in her NYC pad immediately catches the eye.