A decor inspired by the film "The Grand Budapest Hotel"

A decor inspired by the film "The Grand Budapest Hotel"



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Colorful and quirky universe, "The Grand Budapest Hotel" by Wes Anderson seems straight out of a children's tale. This candy pink hotel, its sparkling furniture and its walls in acid colors make it an atypical place that we dream of recreating in a child's room. This film which extends from the Belle Epoque to the Communist 60s thus sees its decoration evolving. The fiery red gives way to the orange and the khaki that we imagine more in a living room. It is now up to you to choose your universe.

A colorful decor from the 1930s

Powder pink and bright red set the tone for the Grand Budapest Hotel. The shapes are simple, the accessories luxurious and everything is tidy. We like the elegance of the rooms and the furniture, easy to introduce in a child's room or even in a living room with slightly daring colors. Marble objects such as a coffee table and worktop enhance everything. Finally, a few golden frames are enough to complete the decor.


Photo credits: Twentieth Century Fox France

A less vibrant communist decor

Year after year, the Grand Budapest Hotel loses its presence and sees its decoration evolving towards the communist style of the 60s. Orange and khaki carpets and dark paneled walls invest the entrance hall. If today, we do not advise you to opt for this kind of carpet a little austere, you can still play on the association orange and khaki which works very well on the wall for example. Brown leather sofas with simple lines will also have no trouble finding their place in a contemporary interior.

Photo credits: Twentieth Century Fox France