Stephanie Chan

‘Mixed-ish’ Brings Back the ‘80s, with Clashing Prints and Lots of Wicker
After fleeing the commune, Bow and her family find a new home in her grandfather’s rental house, which production designer Greg Grande conceptualized for the small screen.
Oct 8, 2019
‘Why Women Kill’ Shows How the Decor of One Mansion Changes Across 3 Decades
“It’s lovely,” says a smiling Beth Ann as she arrives in front of her new home—a Mediterranean-style mansion—with husband Rob. Not only “lovely,” the property plays a central role in the dark comedy-drama “Why Women Kill.”
Sep 9, 2019
Why ‘Where’d You Go Bernadette’ Left This Renovation Unfinished On Purpose
Although Bernadette's house in the movie, in theaters Aug. 16, is supposed to be in Seattle, production designer Bruce Curtis told Apartment Therapy that the architectural wonder was a mashup of three different elements.
Aug 16, 2019
The Practical Reason Chinese Homes Have a Dining Table in the Living Room, According to ‘The Farewell’s’ Production Designer
If your grandmother was suffering from an illness and she didn’t know, but you did — would you tell her? That’s the conflict Awkwafina grapples with in her starring role in Lulu Wang’s feature directorial debut, “The Farewell,” out Friday, July 12.
Jul 12, 2019
In “Booksmart,” the Teenage Bedrooms Deserve an A+
“We have to go to a party tonight,” Beanie Feldstein declares to her best friend, Kaitlyn Dever, in “Booksmart.” “Nobody knows that we are fun. We didn’t party because we wanted to focus on school and get into good colleges.” To prove just how fun they are, the dynamic duo decide to live it up for one evening.
May 23, 2019
How the Banks’ House in ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Gets a Magical Makeover
Fifty-four years since her big-screen debut, Mary Poppins is still practically perfect in every way. The magical nanny reappears in Disney’s highly-anticipated sequel, “Mary Poppins Returns,” starring Emily Blunt in the charming titular role (as Julie Andrews did before her in the 1964 musical movie).
May 3, 2019
Custom Closets and Pup Portraits: Rebel Wilson’s ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ Apartment Spoofs Your Typical Rom Com
There’s a moment in the upcoming Warner Bros. romantic comedy, “Isn’t It Romantic,” when Rebel Wilson walks into a fancy New York apartment she doesn’t believe belongs to her. “Someone’s broken into my apartment and they’ve taken everything and replaced it with much nicer stuff,” Wilson explains to a 911 operator as she discovers pints of Talenti gelato in the freezer and rows of heels in the walk-in closet.
May 3, 2019
In ‘Shrill,’ Aidy Bryant’s Annie Has a Plant-Packed Sunroom We Want to Steal
Hulu’s new series, “Shrill,” isn’t afraid to tackle tough topics. In fact—spoiler alert—Aidy Bryant’s character Annie gets an abortion in the first episode. It’s an experience that feminist author Lindy West recalled in detail in her hit 2016 memoir of the same name.
May 3, 2019
Peek Inside the Big Differences in the Homes from ‘Little’
“Little” offers a big look on two strikingly different homes: One that belongs to a demanding tech tycoon and the other to an overworked assistant of said tycoon. The Tina Gordon-directed comedy, which hits theaters April 12, sees Jordan (played by Regina Hall) as a founder of a mobile gaming company who bullies a kid magician and wakes up as her 13-year-old self (Marsai Martin) the next day.
May 3, 2019