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Have you ever wished you could decorate your home with the art and furniture you see in the movies? Even if you don't happen to have a $50 million budget like those props departments, you can still obtain a great look for your own home. Today, Aardvark Antiques is offering a few tips on how to make your house look like a movie set without setting you back a fortune! 

Arbitrage


Anyone who knows art would have noticed the $50 million art collection
in the movie Arbitrage starring Richard Gere. Its hard to miss the works by
famous artists such as fine. 


 In the Movie



                  Spirals by Alexander Calder


Aardvark's Pick:

Joan Miro Limited Edition Abstract Print Framed Signed & Numbered


Achieve the same bold statement with this abstract from Joan Miro for about half the price!

In the Movie:



Brice Marden Abstract Painting 

Aardvark's Pick:
Mira Paris Original Painting, "Connoisseur Beauty", Retail over $10,000
Mira Paris Original Painting, "Connoisseur Beauty"


Bring a plethora of swirly color into your home with stunning Mira Paris Original. Aardvark helps you achieve this look for about $10,000 less than the movie!


In the Movie:



Dusk Flip Smoke Strip by Ryan McGinley

Aardvark's Pick:
Exene Mayersahm Original, Nude, Charcoal, Rare Find!

Get the same smoky essence with this charcoal nude by Exene Mayersahm. Exene Meyersahm was a painter in the early 20th century of still lifes and landscapes. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, the Boston Museum School of the Fine Arts, and with Charles Hawthorne at Provincetown, Massachusetts. She settled in Providence where she was active with the Art Club.

Wall Street
Of course a billionaire like Gordon Gekko would only have the best art in the world. Art was a prominent feature in the Wall Street movie which is often overlooked. 

In the Movie:


What'd I tell you? Miro on one side and Picasso on the other. Truly original pieces, 

Aardvark's Pick:
Acrylic Abstract by Darenthia Grayson: "Heirachy"

Obtain a colorful abstract look with this beautiful piece of art bu Darenthia Grayson. Not Picasso, but a very nice addition to any home or office!

I Am Legend

In this 2007 action movie, Will Smith's character  Neville has a very swanky city apartment sporting such artwork as Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh. We also find a beautiful piece hanging over his bed:



From the Movie:





Marilyn Monroe Reclined by Frank Ritter



Aardvark's Pick:
Bill Mack Sculpture "Tranquility"

Even more alluring is this captivating sculpture by Bill Mack. Imagine this hanging over your bed!

The Devil Wears Prada

Miranda may not have a real sweet personality, but she sure has style and class. Here is a scene from her French hotel room when she was in Paris for fashion week:



From the Movie:




Aardvark's Picks:



  



                              French Pinstriped Sofa             French Pewter Chair

French furniture that can actually provide elegance AND versatility in your home. Go with gold colors to add a rich, luxurious feel. 



Albert Nobbs



Have you ever watched a movie that had so many great antiques that you got distracted from the movie looking at them? Well, that's how it is with the movie Albert Nobbs. Just look at all of these treasures!



From the Movie:




Aardvark's Pick:
Queen Anne Mahogany Sideboard, Buffet, Early 1900's

From the Movie:


Aardvark's Pick:
Antique Victorian Hanging Solid Brass Lamp



From the Movie:


Aardvark's Pick:

                 Single Victorian Mahogany and Fabric Arm chair

Victorian Walnut Arm Chair    French Oval Back Armchair


From the Movie:


Aardvark's Pick:
Finest King Size Flaming Mahogany Federal Style Poster Bed



Bright Star

The furniture is just exquisite in this melodramatic movie about poet John Keats. The movie is set in the early 1800's.








From the Movie: 



Aardvark's Pick:

            


From the Movie: 



Aardvark's Pick:
Gold Silk Brocade Queen Anne Cabriolet Wing Back Chair


From the Movie:



Aardvark's Pick:
 Beautiful Antique Rococo Brass Bed


From the Movie: 



Aardvark's Pick:
  Antique Solid Walnut Drop Leaf Table Circa 1870


From the Movie: 





Aardvark's Pick:
Antique Golden Oak Era American Empire Oval Library Table Circa 1890





The Patriot:

Set during the American Revolutionary War (last half of the 18th century), this movie is full of beautiful period furniture.



From the Movie: 






Aardvark's Pick:




                  Mahogany Scroll Arm Sofa                                           Antique Oil Painting


From the Movie:  




Aardvark's Pick:


                          European Crystal Chandelier            Queen Anne Style Sideboard

The Thomas Crowne Affair:

Pierce Brosnan plays an art thief and connoisseur of fine art, antiques and beautiful possessions in this movie. The only thing is, he likes to steal them!



From the Movie:  

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Comment by Ellene Meece on July 15, 2013 at 9:20am

I loved reading your article! It made me wonder about Midnight in Paris where tons of art and sculpture were shown and discussed. Was it all real?

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