Austin Powers - Furniture, Home Decor, Interior Design & Gifts
Being a parody, Austin Powers tends to exaggerate everything that it shows. And that doesn’t stop with the acting! Even the set decoration and overall color motif of the film is overplayed. However, you can definitely see the hippie retro vibes going on.
Think clashing bright colors and psychedelic patterns and you’re on the right track! Plus, you can also scatter mod-style and mid-century modern pieces everywhere to complete the look.
Austin and Felicity on the Bocca Lip Sofa.
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Dr. Evil sitting on the ox chair while talking on the bright red phone.
Dr. Evil conducting a meeting. All the delegates sitting on comfy leather lounge chairs.
Austin in a very funky bedroom, with a zebra bean bag and a cheetah blanket on the bed.
Austin inside his very pink car, complete with pink dice decor and a fuzzy pink steering wheel cover.
Austin and Vanessa sitting in Dr. Evil’s dining. The table littered with silver bowls and triangular champagne glasses.
Check out the bright and bold patterns on the walls. Channel your love for Austin Powers with these contrasting and dizzying patterns.
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery is a parody movie released in 1997, and was directed by Jay Roach.
It was written by Mike Myers who also performed the role of Austin Powers.
The pictures used in this article in connection with the franchise, Austin Powers, is owned by New Line Cinema and all other owners of the show.