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Have you always longed for a small library in your home, but don’t have the room? The third most talked about room in the movie, Something’s Gotta Give, is the dining room.Consider doing something like this in the corner of a large room. During The Skirted Roundtable interview, Beth Rubino explains the source of the inspiration for the design of this room.
Of course, we don’t really notice these details while we are watching the movie.In The Skirted Roundtable interview, Beth Rubino says, “The house was the 4th main character in that film.” She is so right.The phones of designers were ringing off the hook for months and months after the release of .Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.Of course, one of the highlights of this room, perhaps it’s most remembered element, is the striped blue and white dhurrie rug. It turns out when the Set Decorator, Beth Rubino found this rug, it was just what she had pictured for this huge family room.
Only one problem, the rug was gigantic…over 70 feet long! Have you ever seen a rug where the stripes didn’t remotely match up. The only thing that bothered me about this was it was an antique rug.
Besides the family room, the other room designers were most requested to copy was the kitchen. It was a DIY project and for once, I was ahead of the trend curve. Designers were busy, busy, busy searching down this gorgeous fabric after Something’s Gotta Give was released. I love all the contrasts in this movie…the light against the dark and the casual against the elegant.
It’s called Bordeaux Toile and is made by Lee Jofa. Is there such a term in decorating as casual elegance? The style of the furniture is truly elegant, along with the built in china cabinets, but the slipcovers convey comfort with style.
Marin thinks her mom and successful playwright, Erica Barry, played by Diane Keaton, is away for a few days. Erica walks in shortly after the pair arrive and the fun begins.
This beautiful home is actually located in Southampton, NY.
Joni, whose beautiful blog is Cote de Texas, believes the beach home in this movie to be the most beloved “movie” home ever.