A warm welcome to the new look Film and Furniture website

A warm welcome to the new look Film and Furniture website

Film and Furniture began as a well researched, lovingly curated blog discussing all the fascinating furniture, lighting and decor that we spot in the movies. Hundreds of thousands of you from around the world have discovered us, joined in the discussion and shared the love. Now it’s time to go up a gear!

film and furniture new websiteFurniture, lighting and decor with a story to tell

Our carefully researched features delve into the details of the decor, chairs, lights, glassware and all manner of homeware featured in film sets. We explore why they were chosen for the film and what messages they tell us about the characters. Now we are happy to present our smarter, slicker new look and our spanking new store!

Our new store

You can browse our new store – the curated marketplace – by furniture, by lighting, by glassware or whatever kind of item you are interested in. All pieces are carefully collated, genuine items that have featured in films, including vintage originals of that piece, newly produced items and sometimes the actual piece from the film set. We enable you to create a sliver of the silver screen in your own home.

The added beauty and uniqueness of the new website is that we can now integrate items from our store directly into our features and articles. So, whilst you’re reading and learning about all the behind-the scenes-info on the production design and film set design, you can click through to find out more about each piece and buy them at the click of a mouse!

You can find your way around the website in a few different ways: For example, find the film or TV series you are interested in via the Film/TV area and you will find all the items available to buy within that film. If you wish to dig deeper into the stories around those items, our relevant indepth features are presented right below. Click on a particular film director and the website will reconfigure to gather all the films and furniture, lighting and homeware relating to films they have directed.

Get your geek on

Serving a drink to your friends in a tumbler used by Don Draper in Mad Men or in Deckard’s glass from Blade Runner will get the conversation started. Offering them a seat from Christian Grey’s stunning luxury pad in Fifty Shades or sitting at the table from Bruce Wayne’s lakeside house in Batman v Superman will keep the conversation flowing because these pieces have a story to tell.

Our fascinating features, interviews, guest articles and our new store are infinately inspiring for your interior design or home decor project – all served up a large helping of design knowledge.

“A class act, Film and Furniture provides keen insight into the culture of Set Decoration and Production Design for film. Finally, a forum for the silent art of Set Decoration and the importance of the choices decorators make to convey the story…”
Cal Loucks, Set Decorator – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Fifty Shades Darker/Freed, Total Recall, Robocop.

“I love Film and Furniture. It shines a spotlight on the art of and craft of production design and celebrates the details”.
Loren Weeks, Production Designer – Netflix Marvel’s Iron Fist, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, The Defenders, as well as Gossip Girl, Blind Date, Interview.

We hope you like what you find. Let us know what you think. 


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