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Set in 19th-century Russia, this modern adaption of Anna Karenina tells the story of a love affair between a beautiful aristocrat and a wealthy count. Aside from the plot's romantic allure, the movie also offers plenty of eye candy with unforgettable costume and set design. While some of us have fantasized about living in an era where ball gowns and horse-drawn carriages are commonplace, it's sometimes tricky to blend old-world elegance with a contemporary lifestyle. Keep reading to see our picks for modern version of Anna Karenina-inspired interiors.
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Between hosting the Golden Globes with Amy Poehler and celebrating a triumphant finale to 30 Rock, Tina Fey has already had a huge year, and it's only February. Next up for Tina is her new film, Admission, costarring Paul Rudd, and to celebrate, Tina is the next star of our I'm a Huge Fan series!
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If you associate wine bottle light fixtures with faux Tuscan paint jobs, grape motifs, and wall murals, you might be cutting its cool factor short. Sure, the idea might not be the most novel, but the way you style it can be. Enter Maison Estate in South Africa.
Nestled in the Valley of the Huguenots, this winery's tasting room, deli, and restaurant, look as though they've been plucked from the pages of a shelter glossy. Stark white ceilings, walls, and floors dominate the winery's color palette, while elements like natural wood finishes, iron, and leather add warmth. The crowning example though might be this dining room setup. An earthy modernist's dream!
We are longtime fans of iconoclastic interior designer Kelly Wearstler. Oft imitated but never duplicated, Kelly is known for her ever-evolving, over-the-top design style. What she isn't known for (yet) is her amazing Instagram feed. Through daily photos, Kelly reveals herself to be a true original, with a killer eye and a love for color, pattern, and the wonderfully wacky. Oh yes, she also has a seriously impressive wardrobe.
Here's what you have been missing in Wearstler Land.
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The perfect mashup of Japanese cool and midcentury style, origami pendants add sculptural elegance to any space. Made popular by George Nelson (Herman Miller's design director from 1946 to 1972), this saucer-shaped pendant from Design Within Reach is the sort of investment piece that never goes out of style. The crisscross pattern looks spectacular when illuminated, but it's even lovely during daylight hours. Still, the $359 price tag categorizes it as a lighting fixture you'll be committing to for a while.
If you like keeping your options open, design-wise, allow us to introduce you to an option that doesn't require plunking down triple digits worth of dough.
Have you been throwing around pillows lately? Styling out bookcases? Thinking up creative uses for driftwood? Generally decorating like it's your job? Well, sharing is caring, so come on and show us what you're working with!
Show us all the home-design mischief you've been up to via Instagram by tagging your images #CasaSnap. If we see a photo we like, we'll feature it on POPSUGAR Home! Pretty sweet, right? What are you waiting for? Start snapping right now!