How to Decorate Like An Artistic Film Director
As auteurs go, Wes Anderson is known for a whimsical use of colour and world-unto-itself mastery of mise-en-scène. The inspired palettes of his set designs frequently blend delicate pastels (Tenenbaum pink, anyone?) with unexpected pops of vibrant primary hues. Edited, soulful, and immaculately cool, it’s the sort of fodder to inspire a Tumblr craze or two—and has via Movies in Color and Wes Anderson Palettes. We paired these eye-candy menageries with real-life rooms that channel the director’s signature tonal aesthetic, and, well, we’ll just have to be secretly in love with them and leave it at that.
There’s no more fashionable entrance than Margot Tenenbaum’s signature full-length mink by way of the Green Line bus. (As always, she was late.) Cornflower blue pairs effortlessly with complementary marigold and a splash of witty red accessories.
Anderson’s adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Fantastic Mr. Fox is a dreamscape for any neutral colour palette aficionado. A melange of blonde-on-blonde hues pairs chicly with dark hunter greens and bursts of primary colours. Get the look with organic materiality and raw, sophisticated details in heirloom woods and rich bronze.
The confectioner’s pink–and-blue palette of Mendel’s in The Grand Budapest Hotel is one of our favourite couplings. Grounding pastels with quiet, natural tones and sharp, masculine angles keeps the dynamic from becoming too precious. We love the combination of romantic antiques with contemporary silhouettes for a chic and timeless aesthetic.
Which Wes Anderson film inspires your inner interior decorator? Tell us in the comments below!