All aboard! Wes Anderson designs luxury train carriage

Film Director Wes Anderson has a distinctive visual and story-telling style, which he has expressed to great acclaim in films such as The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom and...

Set decoration details: MoMI New York talks to F&F’s Paula Benson about her fascination with film sets

Have you ever wondered about the difference between production design and set decoration? Or, more specifically, who designed and...

The Queen’s Gambit film sets and real locations offer oodles of interiors inspiration

Beth Harmon's rollercoaster ride to chess champion in The Queen’s Gambit had us hooked. The series spiked a surge of interest in chess and...

The Last Letter From Your Lover: Designing the past and readdressing the present

Production Designer James Merifield takes us behind the scenes on the film adaptation of Jojo Moyes’ best-selling romantic novel, The Last Letter From Your...

Furniture spotting in Promising Young Woman

In black comedy thriller Promising Young Woman we follow Cassie’s (Carey Mulligan) journey to avenge the death of her best friend. During the film she visits the house of disgraced attorney Jordan Green (Alfred...

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,...

‘Electric City’ neon display lights up Leadenhall Market

With its stunning interiors, shimmering glass, wrought iron structures and cobbled walkways, the City of London’s iconic Leadenhall Market is no stranger to the movies. It was the film...

Spotlight on the design winners and nominations of 2021’s film awards

We’re fascinated in the production design, art direction and set decoration of the movies here at Film and Furniture and as you're here, we...

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...

Architectural gem Villa Tugendhat takes centre stage in The Affair

The Affair tells a story of love, friendship, life-changing decisions and the early life of an architectural masterpiece. The film is an adaptation of Simon Mawer’s acclaimed 2009 novel...

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...

The rich, deep decor of Lee Daniels’ Billie Holiday biopic

Andra Day is captivating and wholly believable as Billie Holiday in Lee Daniels’ new movie The United States vs. Billie Holiday and has already been recognised for her performance...

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