If there’s one thing for certain in the movies, it’s that the people in them will have nicer homes than you. Those homes might turn out to be haunted by malevolent spirits, or the inhabitants may find themselves fighting off alien invaders, but the furnishings and decor really can’t be faulted.
It helps that they had a Hollywood movie budget to help put them together, which can’t be said for your own kitchen, of course. However, as long as it’s not got zero-gravity microwaves or dishwashers that are actually dinosaurs, it’s not that difficult to take some inspiration from your favorite movie kitchen and bring it out into real life.
For example, you might assume that kitchens from Star Wars would be completely unattainable, but go back to the days before CGI and big budgets and you’ll find the simple, understated home of Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru. Moisture farmers on Tatooine, they didn’t have the need for a big kitchen even with nephew Luke living with them. Unfortunately, like its owners, the kitchen ended up rather damaged by fire after a visit from Stormtroopers.
If you’re looking for some more relaxing inspiration, why not go for the Parisien ambiance of the kitchen belonging to Amelie Poulain? While her flat itself is as whimsical and quirky as she is, her kitchen is actually quite practical, with not much in the way of clutter or decoration. However, the soft reds and yellows still give it a homely feel, making it work as a shelter for a sensitive soul away from the outside world.
From Holly Golightly’s kitchen (Breakfast At Tiffany’s) to the very clean and organized hub of Charlotte York’s home (Sex And The City 2) these amazing rooms have been brought to life in spectacular fashion here, so which can you see yourself living in?
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