This past weekend I started to watch The Bounty Hunter — cheesy, I know, but it's on Netflix instant! — and couldn't quite finish the film, but I did get far enough into it to enjoy the lovely interiors! The home of Jennifer Aniston's character was my favorite set: it's feminine, earthy, layered, and totally livable. Some interiors in films look too much like a movie set, but this one I can definitely see myself living in.
This living room has lots of movement thanks to an array of botanical patterns in the textiles, including the chairs, rug, pillow, wallpaper, and curtains. The armchairs are upholstered in the ginkgo leaf-pattern Montague Fabric from Brooklyn-based Twenty2. The furniture itself isn't all that fancy (I think those are Ikea Karlstad Chairs), and the slipcovers give them more of a casual look. But the one luxurious item is the green marble art deco-style coffee table, which is a focal point in the room. You can find a similar one from French furniture designer Jules Leleu on 1st Dibs. There's even movement in the floor lamp, which has two arms for multiple lighting sources. The look of this room is totally attainable because it's more about mixing flower and leaf print textiles in large and small scales, and using fabrics to create a cozy vibe than sourcing exact furnishings.
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