“Frankly, my dear, I just don’t give a damn.” These were the last words spoken by Rhett Butler to Scarlett O’Hara in 1939’s Gone With The Wind – which is still, to date, one of Hollywood’s most epic films. Evoking glamour, romance and extravagance, the film – and the featured Tara plantation with its antebellum grandeur of sweeping staircases and crystal chandeliers – encapsulated the essence of what old Hollywood films are all about. Here we show you how to lend your interior a little drama.
- The LuxHave item needed to lend your interior the Hollywood feel is a Gone With-the Wind-worthy bed. Look for one with ornate details, molten hues and stare-at-me quality.
- Whether you’re partial to just a touch of this look or prefer to push the boundaries beyond extravagant, no incarnation of Hollywood glam is complete without a chandelier.
- A Hollywood-style chaise longue is a must-have to achieve the look. It provides the perfect place for the drama queen within to lie down in between scenes. Place in a pared-back room to ensure all eyes are on this leading piece or position near a scene-setting window with dramatic curtains for all-out glamour.
- Once you have your “leading lady” pieces covered, ensure your space evokes extravagant Hollywood by adding just that little bit extra via oh-so-important accents that scream perfected palace-style opulence.
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