That quote came from this Elle Decor article about Nancy Meyers, the writer/director responsible for some of your favorite movies: Father of the Bride, The Holiday, The Parent Trap, Private Benjamin, Something’s Gotta Give, and It’s Complicated, among others.
I’m not opposed to watching a movie for the interiors alone, but with a Nancy Meyers movie, you always get a funny, feel-good story and interesting actors, in addition to all the eye candy.
Diane Keaton’s beach house in Something’s Gotta Give is probably Meyers’ most famous movie house, and for good reason.
But I’m kind of partial to Meryl Streep’s Santa Barbara house in It’s Complicated. Or maybe it’s just that I love both Meryl Streep and that movie so much.
There’s a new Nancy Meyers movie, The Intern, coming out this fall. I can’t tell from the trailer if a home will be heavily featured (although what you can see of Anne Hatthaway’s apartment looks gorgeous) but it’s obvious that it will be another wonderful Nancy Meyers film.
Here are some other links I bookmarked this week to share with you:
- Unclutterer has some great suggestions about what to do with sentimental keepsakes.
- The summer rules from Elin Hilderbrand’s childhood summers on Cape Cod make me wish we could all take off for a month at the beach each summer.
- And a People magazine editor and her husband relocated their family from Los Angeles to her native Sweden and the house is perfect. I love this example of #CreatingThisLife.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
P.S. Do you have a favorite movie house?