The Wolf of Wall Street - Furniture, Home Decor, Interior Design & Gift Ideas
Jordan Belfort’s home in the Wolf of Wall Street is luxurious bordering ostentatious. However, with the right balance and tasteful decorating you can create a space that’s ornate yet stylish. Different spaces throughout the film differ in its feel.
Some rooms are more masculine while others tend to be more refined. It’s just a matter of which room personality you want to mimic for your own space.
A Meeting with Jordan Belfort
A meeting with Jordan Belfort who is seating on a Le Corbusier LC2 Divano.
Louis Poulsen PH 3/2 Glass Table
The PH 3/2 Glass Table lamp was designed by Poul Henningsen, a Danish designer who is most known for his contributions to the cultural life of Denmark during the World Wars. He based the lamp on a three-shade system which helps direct the light downwards.
Charles-Edouard Jenneret, or better known as Le Corbusier, was a Swiss-French designer and pioneer of modern architecture. Of his furniture, the LC3 Poltrona is the most iconic. However, if you need more space but want the same look, you can always get the LC2 Divano.
The gang looking at Chantalle wearing only a blue bikini and money bills.
Richard Sapper for Artemide, Tizio Lamp
One of the key features of midcentury modern design is a designer’s curiosity and willingness to experiment, so as long as it is also functional. They Tizio lamp Richard Sapper made for Artemide is one such design.
Use the enticing world of Britain’s most famous special Agent, the debonair James Bond, as your inspiration. Sleek, dashing, and sophisticated are just some of the words that will be used to describe your space.