Today's movies are not just about a good plot...but they are creating some fabulous set design!
Join me for the month of March when I revel some great movies with fantastic design sense!
This isn't a movie, but I love the set design of The Good Wife...designed by Beth Kushnick. She has quite a list of other famous sets including National Treasure, Wanted, Fringe...
I love the blue/neutral color scheme, warm wall color, and the furniture is great too!
I like that the kitchen isn't your average kitchen...with it's unique cabinets, and shelves across windows.
In an interview on Los Angelous Times, Kushnick said that her goal was always to make the place look lived-in or worked-in...even down to the grocery list hanging on the frig, seasonings and fake food containers in the cabinet.
This painting by Vu Nguyen was selected for Alicia's office because of the color palette and image. The designer that selected this piece for the scene said it is important to think about how the artwork will look with an actor's head in front of it...will the piece distract from the scene.
Stayed tuned to see what movie set I pick next!
Mon, March 12, 2012
by Cindy Aplanalp filed under