Today, Bedroom Ideas decided to scrutinise the most classic movie bedrooms in the history of cinema, those that had a hand in some way, shape or form in the bedroom design of hundreds and thousands of people. The following selection will give you a sense of nostalgia but in a good way, as we remember mesmerising movie bedrooms that made an impact in your life.
Le Fabuleux Destine d’Ámelie Poulain
Displaying a memorable red stark wallpaper with modern portraits, Amélie’s master bedroom was bound to make an impression. Plus, those bedside lamps are divine.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Perhaps adapting one of the most iconic characters in history, Holly Golightly, this movie can serve as an epitome of no matter how small a room is, there is always space for elegance. It supports a twin-size bed which is completed with a wrought iron headboard and a gold boudoir.
Styling a Victorian boudoir-style bedroom, Moulin Rouge exudes exuberance in its production design. In addition, it was home to the burning desire scene between Satine and Christian.
The Iconic teen romantic comedy was unbelievably ahead of time in reference to its fashion sense, especially for that marvellous rotating clothing rack.
Incredibly decorated with a wooden bed, this classic movie bedroom was responsible for the beginning of one of the most beloved duos ever found in Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as the epic scene where Jack draws Rose like one of his French girls takes place here.
Gone with the Wind
This Old Hollywood classic showcased Scarlett’s Atlanta house with the finest materials and textures they could possibly find, from the crystal lighting fixtures to the exuberant draperies, to the high-quality accessories, basically, everything was on point.
The Princess Bride
In an inspiring tale of princesses, knights, thieves, and monsters, this bedroom was the heart of this story. It is a great example of how one should decorate a kid’s bedroom.
Pretty In Pink
Having pink as the colour of choice, this bedroom plays with a cluster of delicate fabrics, especially lace. In general, Molly Ringwald’s character creates the perfect dent for romance.
Charmingly decorated with horse art, a pink patterned wallpaper and bedspreads, Frenchy’s room become a classic for the amazing slumber party between the fun girlfriends.
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Source: House Beautiful