Film and Furniture

When the star of a film is a skyscraper

Actor and Producer Dwayne Johnson admits that the most important character in his latest film is a building. The star of Skyscraper is the fictitious Pearl building in Hong Kong which takes the mantle of...

Must Watch! ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ chosen by William West

Each week we ask a film/furniture expert or fan to recommend a film to watch (or book to read). This week our Must Watch is chosen by...

We’re mad for Maniac film sets

We just watched the trailer for Maniac and we liked what we saw! When a new Sci-Fi series:- 1. Features Production Design and film sets which cause you to pause and rewind a hundred times2. Includes...

Must Watch/Read! Room to Dream by David Lynch chosen by Mike Dempsey

Each week we ask a respected film or furniture expert to recommend a film to watch or a book to read. This week our Must Read is chosen by cineaste,...

Step inside the Parr’s super new house in Incredibles 2

We love the Parr's super new house in Incredibles 2. The production design team of Ralph Eggleston (Production Designer), Philip Metschan (Visual Designer), Nathan Fariss (Sets Supervisor) and Bryn Imagire (Art...

Mission Impossible – Fallout with a chair

From Paris, to London and Kashmir, Tom Cruise pulls off some thrilling stunts as IMF special agent Ethan Hunt in the sixth Mission: Impossible.Cruise is famed for doing his own stunts and in the...

Film and Furniture In the Press: Maxim

The Film and Furniture world is spreading far and wide! We've received a whole host of new press coverage. In their feature titled "You can now own that rug from The Shining and furniture from...

#FFFind: The wondrous wallpaper in Phantom Thread

Having spent some time studying Floor Plan Croissant’s wonderful watercolours of Phantom Thread for last week's feature, it reminded us of the gorgeous organic-themed dining room wallpaper in The...

Glamour and Modernity in 1930s Italian film set design

The catalogue Rationalism on Set: Glamour and Modernity in 1930s Italian Cinema explores a little-known period of Italian cinematic history, highlighting the strong Modernist influence apparent in the set designs created...

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