Saturday, 21 April 2012

Something's Gotta Give interiors- or heaven


Picture the scene, it's a sunny but very cold Saturday afternoon and this blogger's real world life has tired them to the bone.

I know some of you manage sixty hour weeks and then hop up at 7am on Saturdays and do 3 hours of Bikram followed by knitting your own jumpers and cooking a three course lunch but me? This week I'm going to be honest, it's been more wake, drink pot of tea, have a bath, want to go back to bed.

Blogs are aspirational aren't they? They are a five minute escape into how we'd like things to be. Well sometimes this blogger needs to escape.

The television couldn't offer many options but the planner had Something's Gotta Give Something's Gotta Give hiding in a corner. My brain had obviously thought, lovely film the dvd of which you have *somewhere* in storage (many of my possessions are somewhere, somewhere is a very nice chic spot but I can't always find it). So my brain had recorded this for a metaphorical rainy day.

I like this film, it's about older people and love later in life. So it's not anything I know anything about but there is great acting and, if I'm honest, I'm really mostly interested in Diane Keaton's character's house in the film. As many a blogger before me has pointed out this house is the dream house. So chic yet livable that you literally want to jump into the telly box and snap the keys from Keaton's hands.

Here are some stills to feast on, in case you also need a pick me up.

PS. More film interiors so good you will watch the whole movie for them: here (I am also particularly obsessed with Rose cottage in The Holiday).

2 comments:

GAIA bathtime said...

I know what you mean ... I love that interior and whats more I do love that movie as well. Particularly the idea that she turns down the handsome young guy to go for the rugged, lived a long time older guy! As for her house yeah I would say she has her life sorted!

Metropolitan Mum said...

Must be the weather. I just want bed- bath- tea and back to bed. Argh, wait, no bath tub in site. Building works still going on. We are inching forward. The one thing that I have realised so far is that a) the place is a tad bit too small and b) I absolutely love being back in W8. When do I see you? xx