Home Decor Ideas is always waiting for the Oscar nominations to be revealed. It’s a time of year when stars of the silver screen are recognised for their most captivating performances. While the actors take centre stage, there is one supporting cast member that often gets overlooked: the furniture.
As part of a set, furniture plays a important role in creating the mood and atmosphere of a scene, and can even give us a insight into the film’s characters. Sometimes a piece of furniture can become just as famous as the film’s leading stars.
Check here some famous film furniture that may have caught your eye over the years.
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Designed in 1929 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the German Pavilion at the Exposicion Internacional de Barcelona. In Casino Royale in 2006 was used by members of Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
The Barcelona Day Bed is also part of the Knoll Barcelona family, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1929. If you’re a fan of the Twilight Saga you may have seen the day bed among the dirty laundry, books and vintage vinyls in Edward Cullen’s bedroom. Being a vampire who never sleeps, Edward doesn’t need a proper bed.
Husband and wife design team Charles and Ray Eames are no strangers to the film industry. So it’s not surprising that their most iconic design, the Vitra Eames Lounge Chair, should make an appearance on the big screen in 2004
Symphony Sideboard from 50 Shades of Grey
Selected to suit the Christian Grey’s extravagant lifestyle and millionaire taste, Boca do Lobo Design Studio were commissioned to design and make furniture for the film’s set. Fully embracing the 50 Shades of Grey character and style, Boca do Lobo’s design is synonymous with luxury and exclusivity.
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