What makes a movie? Great actors, great soundtrack, an argument that holds a person on the screen, and why not say it, a great and appropriate interior design scenario, filled with accessories that can make you travel in time, other dimensions, to exotic, modern and wealthy places. Let’s check some Interior Design Ideas from some movies.
SEE ALSO: THE 5 WONDERS OF INTERIOR DESIGN
The Danish Girl – The sets, interiors and costumes are all perfect and beautiful made for the time story of this Oscar nominated film. The colours, the texture, there’s a feel of perfect match between interiors and the scenes in the movie.
The King’s Speech – A room in a Georgian house, ornamental, high ceiling, and ornate windows, which has decayed over many decades to create a vision of faded elegance.
The Great Gatsby – F. Scott Fitzgerald’s movie exemplifies the age of the roaring 20s. There’s a sense of great luxury, energy and style, like the old Hollywood should have been, shiny, metallic, geometric, ornamental, with many textures and the finest materials, like lace and silk.
A Single Man, by Tom Ford, is a movie where design has a profound focus in the plot. Almost every interior in the movie has a harmonious style, making use of layered patterns, colours and textures, bringing life to a 1960s luxury interior.
The Devil Wears Prada, while there are not a lot of scenes in a house, the interior of Miranda Priestley’s office is a gallery filled with pieces of art, not to mention the sharp, clean and modern space interior.
Under the Tuscan Sun, is a movie that will caught the eye of the fans of classic Italian villas, a lot of ideas can be taken of this movie, to make an environment of your dreams, with well planned space occupation.
2001: A Space Odyssey, a science fiction movie by Stanley Kubrick that was also in the front in terms of interior design, with a futuristic but at the same time classic style makes us think immediately what a magnificent space…I mean, an interior space.
What other movie have caught your eye and your imagination? Tell us, we would love to know!
SEE ALSO: THE STRENGTH OF STORYTELLING DESIGN