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Thomas’s super-cool photographic studio in Blow-Up

Michelangelo Antonioni's Blow-Up is as much about the lifestyle of a photographer living and working in sixties swinging London, as it is about a mysterious murder. The 1966 film...

Dr No to No Time to Die – 60 Years of Bond film sets

In 1962, Sean Connery introduced Ian Fleming’s James Bond to cinema audiences and the visionary Ken Adam established a look and feel for Bond film sets that broke new...

Shining a light on the Overlook Hotel’s Room 237 carpet

Considerable attention has been bestowed upon the iconic hexagonal carpet that lines the corridors of The Shining's Overlook Hotel, but what of the infamous Room 237 carpet? Join us...

The filmsets and furniture of Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange “A real horrorshow” Part 2

Half a century on, A Clockwork Orange remains a source of controversy and discussion despite being largely embargoed for nearly three of those five...

‘The Gentlemen’ outdoor grill table is now available for your own garden

David Lynch may have brought us the immortal words "fire... walk with me" via Twin Peaks, but Director Guy Ritchie leans more towards "fire......

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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