The best interiors on film: from romantic Georgian decor to colourful PoMo, nine looks you can recreate at home

Yes, Parasite is a beautiful house. The summer houses in A Bigger Splash, Call Me By Your Name and Milan’s apartment in I Am Love can all compete for the title of most stylish Italian holiday home. And film-maker Wes Anderson is a reliable source of cool, symmetrical and just-the-right-side-of-twee home styles.But you knew all that already. Here is a selection of less-known but equally amazing interiors from the movies. The rustic cabin. The converted mill. All in vivid Technicolor. The interiors perfectly offset the melodrama. The interiors perfectly offset the melodrama. The interiors of Douglas Sirk are full of symbolism, but the old mill is a lustworthy home. Douglas Sirk’s interiors are full of symbolism. But the old mill is a lustworthy place, even without the psychodrama. The film’s main action revolves around a gazpacho being prepared by actress Pepa (played here by Carmen Maura), but it’s the balcony with views of Madrid’s skyline that’s the real star. Stream on Amazon PrimeBarry Lindon (1975).Stanley KubrickSwoon. The Favourite is a great film, but this period drama, which won an Oscar because of Ken Adam’s production design is truly remarkable, is even more impressive. Every scene feels like a painting, and this is intentional because Stanley Kubrick was heavily inspired by 18th-century artworks. After the deaths of Adam and Barbara (Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis), a typical Connecticut house gets the ultimate postmodern makeover. Delia Deetz (Catherine O’Hara), a hip late-Eighties interior designer, is featured in the show. She uses electric blue kitchens, grey terrazzo walls and glass brick fireplaces, as well as zebra-print napkins. It’s a Memphis Group-plus look that is definitely due for revival. Stream on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Google Play. Guy Hamilton. Every Bond version has its own unique, modern look, but we can only single out Goldfinger as a great example of design irony. Ian Fleming, Bond author, was a Hampstead neighbor of Erno Goldfinger, seminal modernist architect. He was a vocal objector to modernism’s introduction to the leafy streets. He even named his fictional villain after him. The modern, sleek sets Ken Adam designed for the adaptation were filmed five years later. It’s easy to say that the architect had the last laugh. Paradise Perduto has been taken over by creepers and vines to stunningly romantic effect. This is especially evident in the grand double-height ballroom with its coloured glass windows, chandelier, and viewing balcony. Even modern New York scenes are a feast for design enthusiasts’ eyes. They include Estella’s apartment (played by Gwyneth Paltrow) and Finn’s (Ethan Hawke). Don’t forget Rhys Ifans’ quirky underwear, Mick Jagger and Anita Pallenberg lying on a pile hippy trail soft furnishings to show the original vision of Notting Hill boho. The film’s house is located in Powis Square. It is now home to strait-laced financiers, but it might still have the odd Moroccan object or rakish antique. Mick Jagger and Anita Pallenberg lying on a pile of hippy trail soft furnishings offer the original vision of Notting Hill boho. The living-work space is decorated with floral wallpaper, patterned curtains, and comfortable armchairs. Wooden floorboards made of wood are covered with Roberts radios, rugs, and a Brown Betty teapot. They were straight from the Labour and Wait designer homewares shop. There are a number of clever contraptions that will help you get out of bed and into your pants. The movie was shot in Alaska, but the film was actually made in Valldal in Norway at the Juvet Landscape Hotel. This modern, luxury-cabin-style hotel is a great place to stay, especially in travel-friendly times. The man-made and nature are combined (as in Ava, the AI). With walls built into the rock and floor to ceiling windows that overlook the beautiful forest scenery. The subterranean sleeping quarters get a little more sinister, but the concrete bedrooms are still stylish and the glassy corridors are austerely chic.