This is so dang Hollywood amusing, you guys! Ever been enamoured with a kitchen design from a movie so much that you obsessed over the design details? YEP. Exactly like your enthusiasm for Erica Barry’s kitchen in “Something’s Gotta Give”! That kitchen inspired so many kitchen designs all over the planet like this other Nancy Meyers kitchen in “It’s Complicated!” 7 Kitchen Designs to Steal from the Movies celebrates a few more unforgettable spaces!
Grab your popcorn & prepare for delightful fun! HomeAdvisor created a unique set of 3-D floor plan designs to celebrate the world’s favorite on-screen kitchens of all time! This lineup of kitchens is diverse! They gathered as many stills as possible from the film and shared the research with architect Jelena Popovic.
BONUS that is destined to tingle your jingles? Ha. I’m gonna spill the beans right away. YES, INDEEDY, design freaks who crush on Erica Barry’s dining room and Keanu, your beloved Something’s Gotta Give Hamptons beach house kitchen made the shortlist!
This project’s mission? To inspire homeowners to think more creatively about their own spaces and provide fresh ideas. Popovic helped the team create clean, top-down floor plan designs for each kitchen. Then those top-down layouts were turned into 3D floor plans with design details including kitchen tiles, furniture, flooring, utensils, accessories, etc.
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Curious which other movie kitchen designs were tackled? Let’s dig in!!
How fun is it that these kitchens are all so different and hail from different eras!?!
7 Kitchen Designs to Steal from the Movies!
Make sure you expand the floorplan renderings so you can appreciate all of the kitchen details!
1. Amélie Poulain’s Kitchen (Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain)
Oh the spectacular role that a lusciously rich shade of red plays in Amélie’s kitchen!
Bring a yummy pop of Amélie’s movie kitchen to yours!
Fall in love with this movie kitchen!
2. Holly Golightly’s Kitchen (Breakfast at Tiffany’s)
A sweet little apartment kitchen deserves a swell little frig…
Holly really needed one of these in her kitchen, and maybe you could too?
Fall in love with Holly’s movie kitchen!
3. Charlotte York’s Kitchen (Sex and the City 2)
Fast forward to 2:40 to get a good glimpse of this enviable white classic kitchen!
This pedestal would be perfect for cupcakes on the kitchen counter!
or a tiered stand for something fancier!
4. The Dunnes’ Kitchen (Gone Girl)
Did you like the pops of vintage Jadeite green in this movie kitchen?
5. The Owens’ Family Kitchen (Practical Magic)
Anyone else remember falling in love with this kitchen with its farm sink, plate rack, and charming design?
Remember midnight margaritas in this Practical Magic kitchen? Let me jar your memories…
In the mood for your own margs at midnight in the kitchen?
These have a certain magic about ’em…
6. Erica Barry’s Kitchen (Something’s Gotta Give)
Oh, this Hampton beach house kitchen with classic Shaker-style details and 1940’s charm is one for the books! Find smart design ideas inspired by it in this story!
Here’s a beautiful Hamptons style kitchen renovation explained for fans of traditional, classic, coastal style interior design…
Coastal style finds reminiscent of the set design in the film…
Those of us who can’t afford the $40M price tag of the real Hamptons beach house featured in the exterior scenes of Something’s Gotta Give, can pretend and own this sign…?
7. Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru’s Kitchen (Star Wars – A New Hope)
Oh, my Jedi soul! How fun is this model of Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru’s kitchen!?!
Who knew you could add functional Star Wars style to your kitchen in one fell swoop with this…!?!
Get a peek of the kitchen in the movie!
More lovely finds for fans of all ages…
WAS YOUR FAVORITE KITCHEN FROM THE MOVIES REPRESENTED HERE? DO TELL!
Another Mini Kitchen Comes to Mind!
All of the little kitchen models remind me of what my friend Amy of Maison Decor has been obsessed with for months: creating lovely miniature everything for her dollhouse! What an amazing creative dynamo and a genius! If you visit her, tell her I sent you – she is a gem!
Peace to you right where you are.