Friday, September 19, 2008

Friday's Photos

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When I saw the 2003 comedy “Something's Gotta Give” I enjoyed the movie, but was completely taken with the house Diane Keaton's character lived in. Apparently I was not the only one. Here is an excerpt from an article in The Washington Post.
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For lots of moviegoers, the most memorable role (in the film Somethings Gotta Give) was played by the house, especially its big, light-filled kitchen. The airy, shingled Hamptons beach house is walled with windows and built-in bookcases. The rooms are open, the furniture slipcovered and the walls and fabrics awash in creamy blues, whites and tans. The kitchen gleams with white glass-front cabinets, vintage hardware, a commercial-style range and dark soapstone counters. With a backdrop like that, who cares if Keaton and Nicholson find midlife love?
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I couldn't agree more. Some of these photos are from the film and some are attempts at recreating those beautiful rooms.
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Happy Friday!!

21 comments:

Absolutely Unique said...

Oh yes! I loved so much that movie, and that house! Wonderful post! Thanks for the reminder.

Sabina said...

Thanks for stopping by Claudia -- your jewelry is so very beautiful!!

please sir said...

Oh I know - what a lovely setting - happy weekend!

Sabina said...

You too!! :)

Sasha said...

I absolutely love the movie. I always try to pause it and look around the house. I adore the house and the decor. I have chosen a chocolate type granite for my new house...but really struggled with whether or not to have honed black granite. Thanks for the beautiful post.
Love, cousin Sasha

Absolutely Unique said...

Thanks Sabina! Your blog is great!

Sabina said...

Hi Sasha,

I think the chocolate granite sounds wonderful. Hope all is well.

Love, Sabina ~

Linda Lou said...

One of my all time favorite movies!! Love that house, and of course Diane and Jack, great actors, and great chemistry on screen!!

M.Kate said...

wow...i love that bedroom !!!

Anonymous said...

Yes, yes, yes!!!! Good to know I'm not the only one! I aDORED the house in this movie. I'll prob. be commenting more later - I'm busy snoopin' around your blog. Such GREAT stuff!

Mya said...

Wow love it. I can't tell which is the movie or the recreation. What a dream house. I would live there. My colors are earthy but I now dream of a creamy white kitchen.
-Mya

Lisa said...

Beautiful home and I especially love the kitchen with that great storage under the island and the reading corner.

Wonderful and a pleasure to browse.

Liz said...

Gorgeous. I want to live in it.

suchthings.ca said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous rooms. I love all the white and I quite like Diane Keaton too!

Lucky said...

oh yeah - i've been loving this house f.o.r.e.v.e.r and funny, i was just talking to a guy friend about it - first the movie but then immediately about the decor.

i also love the outside of the house in the the movie what lies beneath -

love the east coast coastal style - the colors - grays, whites, blues - instantly calms me. so moody.

love it way better than west coast coastal.

Sabina said...

I love everything about the movie "What Lies Beneath" -- set decoration -- special effects -- etc. I am going to feature the house in an upcoming post as well.

Sabina ~

pve design said...

Joni from Cote de Texas had done a wonderful post on this a few posts ago - take a look, it is thorough and inspiring.
PvE

Sabina said...

You are one very talented artist Patricia!! Thanks for the link.

Sarah said...

oh YUM! I forgot all about (that movie) and how MUCH I loved that house when I saw that house!
Sarah
Vintage Lily

Cyndi's Re-Creations said...

Agreed! I bought the movie mostly for the set design. love to watch it over and over for summer decorating inspiration. love it!

No.35style said...

Loved this house/setting AND the what lies beneath house, too!

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