the imaginary worlds of iconic film directors are brought to life in a curated bedroom series

the imaginary worlds of iconic film directors are brought to life in a curated bedroom series

iconic movie directors are well-known for their unique visual styles and unforgettable spaces. a curated bedroom series sees the imaginary worlds of movie directors brought to life with refined interior designs. the movie directors represented in the project include sofia coppola, peter jackson, hayao miyazaki, wes anderson, and more.

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the victorian architecture from del toro’s ‘hellboy’ and ‘pan’s labyrinth’ is re-created in this bedroom



as part of a design collaboration, homeadvisor has revealed seven bedroom interiors, produced by neomam studios, which each reflect a distinct movie director’s vision. through details such as wallpaper, lighting and bedding, each director’s vision is brought to realization in a distilled bedroom concept. these designs demonstrate what can happen when imaginary worlds and reality meet. 

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the pastel-hues and natural lighting of sofia coppola’s ‘marie antoinette’ are brought to life



for the peter jackson-designed space, the world of ‘lord of the rings’ and ‘the hobbit’ is recreated using soft lighting and plenty of wood. the use of earth tones brings a comfortable feel to the space. in contrast, scenes from sofia coppola’s ‘marie antoinette’ are brought to life with decadent, pastel-colored drapery. 

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argento’s ‘suspiria’ uses lighting to make a contrast between light and shadow

the imaginary worlds of iconic film directors are brought to life in a curated bedroom series
a room by peter jackston, director of lord of the rings, would be filled with greenery 

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re-decorate with a full-wall mural to achieve this look from hayao miyazaki’s ‘spirited away’ 

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black and dark blue curtains re-create tim burton’s nocturnal worlds from ‘a nightmare before christmas’

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the use of symmetry and composition create a wes anderson aesthetic



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