These 7 Fantasy Bedrooms Are Inspired by Wes Anderson, Peter Jackson and More Star Directors

published Oct 25, 2017
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From the magical realism of Audrey Tatou’s bedroom in Amelie to the rustic cottage minimalism of Meryl Streep’s loft in Mama Mia, we all love to take Pinspiration from our favorite movie bedrooms — and HomeAdvisor just took it a step past paint swatches and accessories with these seven fantasy bedroom visualizations.

Inspired by the films of seven directors with strong aesthetic points of view, the team at HomeAdvisor created seven bedrooms that channel each director’s unique and unforgettable big screen style — along with tips for everything from doorways to lighting to structural changes in order to really execute on the vision.

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Peter Jackson’s ethereal woodland magic and Middle Earth world takes a turn towards the Celtic, with cozy textures, painted fresco and carved wooden designs, and organic elements that “bring nature indoors.”

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Giullermo Del Toro’s surrealist gothic bedroom draws upon blood-red walls, ceilings, and accents with a literal oasis of a bed surrounded by Byzantine-esque light fixtures and draperies reminiscent of a Moroccan riad.

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Sofia Coppola’s plush, Francophile pastel bedroom channels both Marie Antoinette‘s Versailles and somehow the over-the-top Italianate vibe of her dad’s 1970s Godfather films.

The Wes Anderson bedroom blends the best of vintage Japanese and American street style to create a mood board for what could be the coolest, hipster-est hostel bunk ever.

Three more rooms immerse visitors in the minds of Dario Argento, Hayao Miyazaki, and Tim Burton, with rich, layered, bold, and sculptural rooms inspired by Suspiria, Spirited Away, and Corpse Bride, respectively.

To view the entire collection, including more detailed design notes and cues, head over to

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