Director and designer Nancy Meyers says it was Pinterest
that streamlined the set design for her film The Intern.
Remember how she hit it out of the park with
Meyers wanted the home of Anne Hathaway’s character
to be youthful yet sophisticated, and didn’t she nail it?
The charming Brooklyn Brownstone was decorated with
mid-century pieces, neutrals, brass, and pops of color.
Brooklyn has grown into quite the borough of
high hangability with its craft food and drinks
movement, and on my radar is this forthcoming
title (October 20) featuring makers in Brooklyn:
Made in Brooklyn (Powerhouse Books, 2015)
For me, Brooklyn still brings to mind J. Crew’s
Jenna Lyon’s betchen brownstone which provided
inspiration for Hathaway’s apartment in the movie.
‘Member Jenna’s dreamy home?
Is it just me? I think Hollywood still underestimates
the power of sets with thoughtful, inspiring interiors
to lure design freaky kids like us into the cinema.
Peace to you right where you are.