Hollywood is in its own spotlight this week leading up to Sunday night’s award season crescendo, The Oscars.
Considered the gold standard of Hollywood excellence and achievement in film, The 87th Academy Awards ceremony will recognize a most talented field of nominees in Oscars 2015 categories of best actor and actress in a motion picture, film, director, music score, cinematography and costumes among many others.
Of course, the really important aspects of the televised event revolve around the unofficial categories of particular Oscars 2015 interest – best dressed, best designer, best do, best looking couple, best acceptance speech, best host moment, and new to the mix, best selfie.
Remember this how many Academy Award winners can you crowd into an Academy Awards show selfie Ellen style from Oscars 2014?
Hosting duties for The 2015 Oscars ceremony fall into the talented hands and steps (quite the dancer, this guy) of Neil Patrick Harris.
Hosting The Oscars is a tough gig, so we’ll have to see how this pairing shakes out.
Stand-out moments from Oscars past have become ingrained in our memories.
Remember when Sally Field won the Oscar for Best Actress in 1985 for her starring role in Places in the Heart?
Ms. Field’s “You like me right now, you like me!” acceptance speech hitched a ride on the pop culture band wagon for a long and what’s all the fuss about ride.
Anywho, Places in the Heart served as the inspiration for the title of this blog. Home is where the heart is, and the heart of the places in the home beats family strong.
Do you have a favorite film in this year’s field of Oscars 2015 Best Picture nominees?
The jury is still out in my viewings and selections, but I will say Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel is by far one of the most colorful films I have seen in quite sometime, literally.
The Academy Awards show loves color.
Gold statues, red carpets, and green rooms- color most definitely goes to the movies, and it stars in The Grand Budapest Hotel.
It’s of no surprise this film is also nominated for best cinematography.
The artistically impressive color rich sets and period costume colors jump, jive an’ wail off the screen.
Talk about giving the lines, location scenery, sets and star-studded cast a run for the scene stealing money.
The royal red lacquered elevator walls are certainly on trend for 2015.
I am a goner for the color combination of purple and red- a successful and striking pairing in the pop of color world.
This color combination is a staple in the world of neon and advertising for the draws you in qualities shown in the image below.
Quick question to you all…
The phrase “pop of color”- is the interior design and decorating world tiring of this phrase, or is it a short and sweet-exactly to the palette point catch phrase that’s here to stay?
I like it and use the term frequently.
Why use twenty words when three get to the heart of the matter.
If you read Places In The Home enough you will recognize my select descriptive terms.
Gorgeous, lovely, decoratively, stylish, and swoon worthy describe things to a classic tee.
What’s the point of this part of the conversation?
Words, like color combinations, say so much about personal style.
Strong, classic color combinations play well to and with the storyline.
Color has a strong influence over the space it inhabits.
Tone, hue, shade and patina take top billing in this color production number.
What is to first appear as basic and utilitarian actually serves as the focal point of the scene.
Matte black, rich copper, and natural aged woods, metals and porcelains in blondes and browns frame the scene in period authenticity and scene effectiveness, a genuine color synergy for sure.
The impressive and color rich sets of The Grand Budapest Hotel places the Oscars 2015 spotlight brightly and boldly on how color goes to the movies.