Oscars inspired home décor naturally intrigues decoristas and cinephiles alike as the motion picture award season is upon us, coming to a glorious golden crescendo Sunday, March 12th with the broadcast of the 95th Academy Awards.
Hollywood glitz and glamour arrives in regal manner on Oscars Sunday to celebrate Hollywood artistry.
Actors, artists, producers, directors, set designers and their memorable movie sets, locations, sound, and scores that produce legendary moments in film will capture the evening.
“I live for old movies. You can learn all about decorating, table manners, chic dressing, and stylish living from old black-and-white films!”
— Hutton Wilkinson
I love the design and décor aspects and intrigue of the Hollywood motion picture, and the glamour of Oscars stage décor.
Oscars 95 stage is designed by Alana Billingsley and Misty Buckley, making history as the first Oscars set designed by women. Inspiration from the regal movie theaters of Hollywood’s Golden Age guides their design aesthetic.
Architectural Digest highlights the best Oscars stage décor of all time.
Town & Country Magazine takes us back to what the Oscars looked like through the years.
On the Monday morning after the Oscars night before, the buzz will build around talented fashion and décor designers who will translate Oscars best to accessories, accents, and Oscars inspired home décor.
Salutes to the splendor of classic Hollywood, today’s pop culture, red carpet (champagne carpet for Oscar 95, the first time since 1961) fashions, costume design, and visually impressive cinematic color palettes serve as an artist’s muse in the design concept of Oscars inspired home décor.
Classic elegance walks toward Hollywood in gaited glamour and glitz, intersecting with modern chic and timeless sophistication.
Avant-guard style with give them something to talk about overtones leaves a striking impression.
There is a distinct correlation between the allure of the beauty created on the silver screen and home furnishings and décor inspired by the opulence associated with the Oscars red carpet arrivals, fashions, and Academy Awards ceremony.
Hutton Wilkinson – One Kings Lane
Layer in regal red chain cover accoutrements.
Coming to a fabulous DIY dining room curtains project board near you…
Dripping in Oscar gold-
Who can forget Angelina Jolie’s gorgeous fashion statement emerald earrings from the 81st Academy Awards?
Hollywood excels in the art of color with its influence emulated in design and decorating through a technicolor infused palette divine.
Emerald green received a rave review, and hit the fashion runway and design world with a vengeance.
Color, pattern and texture deliver a stellar performance on both the big screen and in an intimate space.
Hollywood films, much like design styles, are categorized by genre.
Joanne Woodward – 1958 Best Actress Oscar for The Three Faces of Eve
Antiques mix and mingle beautifully with modern pieces, presenting the room with an award-winning result.
Where drama, suspense, horror or mystery is the favored choice of one, romance, adventure, musical, and documentary is the favored choice of another.
Tastes vary from genre to decade to design style, making it necessary to produce pieces that broaden audience appeal.
A modern take on the designs of classic Hollywood style and crystal wall sconces in gold gilt glitz both capture the essence of Hollywood opulence.
Decorative Crafts 5155 Dursley Sconce
Glossed and glamorous ebonized walnut walls reflect the light of the center chandelier from Thomas Grant Chandeliers located in Dallas, Texas.
Inspired by the chandeliers of the Baroque Ca Rezzonico Palace, this Tiepolo 16 Light Chandelier is an excellent dupe but alas, it’s discontinued.
In the style of kinda sorta option-
Inspiration is everywhere, and the legendary red carpet showcasing Hollywood on parade style inspires fashion mavens and decoristas alike
Fashion influences align with interior design, and the result is a smashing production scripted by icons, legends, and design stars of the industry.
The golden era of Hollywood interiors lives on through marquee chandeliers, lavish ceiling medallions and gold leaf ceilings.
And the Oscar goes to…