Interior Decor from Classic Oscar Films

Interior Decor from Classic Oscar Films

Sarah Coffey
Feb 9, 2009

In the lead-up to the Oscars on February 22nd, Turner Classic Movies is presenting "31 Days of Oscar," a 'round the clock schedule of Academy Award winning films. We're big fans of classic cinema, so we've set the DVR to record some of our favorites - particularly those movies with amazing decor. Click below to see our list of some of the best interiors from Oscar films...

Classic Cottage Style: The Quiet Man (1952)
Dark Bedrooms and Discrete Hotels: The Graduate (1967)
Apartment Living in Manhattan: Annie Hall (1977)
Old Southern Grandeur: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)
A Young Couple's Starter Home: The Apartment (1960)
Mod Space-Age Style: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Modern Interiors on the Go: North by Northwest (1959)
A Room with a View: Rear Window (1954)
A Romantic Italian Studio Apartment: Roman Holiday (1953)
A Somber Gray Nest: The Birds (1963)
An Upper-Class San Francisco Home: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? (1967)
A Mod Photographer's Studio: Blow-Up (1966)

For the entire schedule of classic Oscar films on TCM, click here.

Photos: IMDb and DVD Beaver

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