While I love the movie for it's story and acting, the sets were also beautiful and gave us a flavor of decades of British Interior Design. We see everything from Victorian to Art Deco and Art Nouvea and even a little Regency.I hope you'll find inspiration in this beautiful mash up of period interior design.
The office and speech therapy room of Lionel Louge. This room features a beautifully patina-ed wall finish, a huge carved wood fireplace, amazing leaded windows and vaulted leaded-glass ceiling, late Victorian lighting and a gold-gilt settee. What's not to love?
The home of Lionel Louge is equally stunning, combining both Art Deco and Art Nouveau elements. The wallpapers were the first thing to catch my eye, with a definite Deco flavor.
Nothing says Art Nouveau quite like flowing forms in leaded glass. The doors in this scene fit the bill perfectly.
And, of course, the various interiors of the Royal family are mean to be awe-inspiring.
Here, Westminster Abbey in preparation for the King's coronation.
A young Duke and Duchess in one of the palaces.
Buckingham Palace with it's Regency period decor of bold colors, white painted wood and gilded gold.
King George IV after his 1944 broadcast
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