What comes to your mind first when you think about cinema? Despite the smell of caramel popcorn, which hits you when you enter the cinema theater, as an interior design lover, I think about home furniture and interior design decorating ideas shown in the movies.
Cinema is, probably, one of the most inspiring of all creative industries, which has a special power to bring its audience to the past or future and show how everything looked or will look like there. There are 15 movies for interior design inspirations which you need to watch before decorating your house. Take a look.
From the Braddock family’s inviting home, to the sleek and modern style of the Robinson’s adobe, to the iconic rooms in the Taft Hotel, “The Graduate” offers up plenty of décor inspirations.
The Great Gatsby
For anyone looking to add a little glitz and glamour to their homes, Baz Luhrman’s take on “The Great Gatsby” is a must see.
It’s impossible to watch it without dreaming of cooking in the impeccable kitchen, or plopping down in the muted living room wrapped in a cashmere blanket.
Midnight in Paris
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.
A Single Man
Every interior in the film makes use of layered patterns, colors and textures to bring to life a stylized version of the 1960s that will surely inspire any fan of the time period.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Holly Golightly’s apartment is a testament to the idea that less is more.
The Devil Wears Prada
While it’s not actually a home, Miranda Priestley’s office in “The Devil Wears Prada” features one of the most perfect gallery walls we’ve ever seen.
500 Days of Summer
Summer’s bedroom is warm and quirky without feeling of kitschy.
Father of the Bridge
The home perfectly demonstrates how to pull off shabby chic, but with a polished finish.
This is Where I Leave You
While the storyline isn’t always cheery, the brilliant use of pattern and color keep the interiors feeling bright and welcoming.
The classic French film offers up plenty of design inspiration with its use of richly saturated colors and vintage-inspired details.
If you have an affinity for avant-garde design, there’s no better film choice than “Beetlejuice.”
Under the Tuscan Sun
Fans of classic Italian villas need look no further than “Under The Tuscan Sun” for an inspiring film.
2001: a Space Odissey
While Stanley Kubrick’s science fiction masterpiece may not seem like a place to seek out decor inspiration, it actually features beautifully designed interiors that are sure to thrill fans of modern and classic styles alike.
Fifty Shades of Grey
Perfectly luxury interior with astonishing details and my favorite Sequoia center table.
Movies inspire the us to think wider and more open.