The Grand Budapest Hotel - Furniture, Home Decor, Interior Design & Gifts
Wes Anderson is well-known for his highly aesthetically pleasing films. But his most beautiful work yet might be the Grand Budapest Hotel. There’s just so much detail and inspiration you can get from this work that can work well in different spaces.
If there’s two words you need to remember, it’s these: warm and pastel. Paint your walls a light and warm-tone color like cream and pink. But remember to add bright splashes everywhere to make things more engaging, like a bright blue or a striking red.
Then, don’t forget to bring out the interesting features of the hotel by adding in art deco and art nouveau pieces. Stunning, elegant, and opulent: those are the words you can use to describe your new room!
M. Gustave behind the Grand Budapest Hotel’s Concierge desk.
A wide shot of the Grand Budapest Hotel’s lobby.
Another wide shot of the Grand Budapest Hotel’s lobby.
One of Grand Budapest Hotel’s hallways.
M. Gustave and the young Zero Moustafa having a glass together.
Agatha making Courtesan au Chocolat in the kitchen with Zero beside her.
Zero and Agatha amidst boxes of Mendl’s Patisserie.
Agatha’s Society of the Crossed Keys necklace.
Zero inside the Grand Budapest Hotel’s elevator.
A close-up shot of the younger Zero Moustafa.
M. Gustave standing, with lots of luggage in the background.
M. Gustave’s L’Air de Panache collection.