Iconic living rooms have been flooding both the big and the small screen for years. These are some of our favorites.
Monica’s living room in Friends is probably one of the most famous living room designs in the entertainment world. However, today we are going even further and we have chosen our favorite modern living room designs from some of the best movies of all time.
Check out our top favorites!
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Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Holly Golightly is one of the most iconic characters of the modern cinematographic world. Her eclectic living room design was also never forgotten. With a unique sofa, that was actually a half-bathtub with bold purple pillows and a zebra rug, Golightly’s modern living room will forever be an inspiration.
Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
The iconic living room we can see in Charlie’s Angels most iconic movie is actually an icon itself. It is, in fact, part of John Lautner’s masterpiece, the Sheats Goldstein Residence. A mid-century living room with a lot of character that has been inspiring many other modern living room designs across the world.
A Meryl Streep flick that we couldn’t stay indifferent to. This passionate movie boasts also one of the most real televisions in movie decor of all time. That is because this is also a very real home in Santa Barbara, and who wouldn’t want to cozy up in this living room design?
Get in the holiday spirit with ‘The Holiday’s’ most adorable English cottage living room. Small and quaint, Kate Winslet’s character had one of the most lovely living room in all movie history. Although a bit dated for some, it sure does look cozy for everyone.
This is Where I Leave You
The ‘This is Where I Leave You’ action is spent mostly in Altman’s family house. This means a lot of attention and details were put into the interior design of this particular home. The living room is well thought and the two colorful table lamps complete the cozy design.
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