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The deliberately disorientating décor of The Father

The Father uses subtly changing interior design to disorientate us as we descend into Anthony's world of dementia. It’s a perfect example of how choice of interior décor and...

Charlotte Perriand exhibition highlights one of the most pioneering designers of the 20th Century

Hats off to Charlotte Perriand! Not only was she one of the most pioneering designers of the 20th Century,...

The lure of electric colour: Neon light in film

Sponsored post I made a long overdue visit to Mel's Drive-in last week. Not to the real San Francisco diner you understand, but via a viewing of American Graffiti. Set in the early 1960s, many...

The real story behind Alex’s turntable in A Clockwork Orange

Music aficionados and eagle-eyed film fans alike will have found their gaze drawn to the futuristic turntable in Alex DeLarge's bedroom in the 1971 dystopian film A Clockwork Orange. Alex...

The outdoor BBQ grill table in The Gentlemen

We love the outdoor smokeless BBQ table in Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen and it seems many of you do too, as we've received many requests to track it down. To recap: In the scene in...

Checkmate! The story behind Kubrick’s carpet in The Shining revealed

Updated 30.5.18 Film and Furniture regulars will know one of the original inspirations for this very website was the hexagonal patterned carpet in The Shining's...

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