Charles and Ray Eames furniture feature in multiple movies. When film set decorators need to convey a character’s good taste and style or when they simply need an extremely handsome piece in a domestic or office setting, we’ll often spot an Eames creation and more than often a classic Lounge chair. Available from The Conran Shop. See our feature here >
If it's good enough for Mad Men's Joan then its good for us! The iconic Eames DAR armchair has a moulded polypropylene shell and come in a delightful variety of colours and a choice of bases. See our feature here >
Commissioned by Time Inc in 1960 to decorate and furnish three lobbies in New York's Rockefeller Center, the Eames studio designed the Lobby Chair and a series of solid walnut stools. Featuring three different design details - A, B and C - in their central sections, the stools can also be used as side tables. Available from The Conran Shop.
The Hardoy Butterfly chair is featured in movie The Moon Is Blue (1953). Describing the piece in 1938 as one of the 'best efforts of modern chair design', MoMA Design Director Kauffman predicted its lasting popularity, and its commercial potential, which was equally recognised by Hans Knoll, who began producing it in 1947. With its stainless steel frame and acrylic seat cover, the chair can be used both in and outdoors. Made in Germany to the original design specifications. Available from The Conran Shop.
The Saarinen Womb Chair made a noticeable appearance in the Moon is Blue. Designer Eero Saarinen created the groundbreaking Womb chair at Florence Knoll’s request for a chair that was like a basket full of pillows - "something I could really curl up in". With this demand for superior comfort in mind the Womb chair doesn’t disappoint. Available from The Conran Shop.
This iconic coffee table made an appearance on The Moon Is Blue. This Noguchi black ash table represents designer Isamu Noguchi's belief that 'everything is sculpture'. Another design classic available fromThe Conran Shop.
The futuristic, elegant stainless steel cutlery used by the Jupiter Mission crew to eat dinner In Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) were in fact designed a decade earlier by Danish designer Arne Jacobsen. Given their modernist aesthetic, they still look so utterly contemporary today. A 24 piece cutlery set from Georg Jensen is available from Amara.
A3 size cinema light box featuring plenty of letter tiles to illuminate your own sayings and phrases. Can be mounted to a wall or placed on any table or shelf to add a kitschy cinema feel to any room in your home. Reduced from £60 to £30 from Urban Outfitters.
Bruce Wayne's modernist lakeside house features this beautiful large glass bowl from Kartell on the dining table. A semi-transparent design with internal sculpting gives it the appearance of a double-face lunar cap. It's textured design refracts light in unusual and striking ways. Available from Amara £61.
Christian Grey chooses a most discerning wine glass with which to entertain his guest in Fifty Shades of Grey. It's a Baccarat Chateau White Wine Glass. Inspired by the taste-vin silhouette that sommeliers use, the wide rounded bowl opens up complex notes, aerates the wine and highlights the subtly smooth aromatic body. The tapered lip enables the diffusion of aromatic richness and prevents the wine, when swirled, from rising too high up along the glass. This sophisticated stemware is worthy of any celebratory occasion or festive soiree. Read the article on Mr Grey's furniture here >
If you prefer your light to be powered by the Dark Side, the Death Star Mood Light is the perfect addition to your desk top or bedside table. A replica of the super-weapon space station from Star Wars, the light has a push down on/off function and sits on a transparent plastic stand, giving it the impression of floating in space. Diameter = 18cm. Powered by USB, with a 1m Micro USB cable included, the light is operated by gently pushing the surface of the Death Star itself for the light to click on and off.
The PH Artichoke light features in Cottonmouth's Harlem Paradise club in Luke Cage. The daddy of ceiling lights, the Artichoke light is a Danish design which is widely considered to be a classical masterpiece designed by Poul Henningsen in 1958.
Carrie Fisher delivers the lines of her cool and collected Star Wars original audition from an Eames molded fibreglass “shell” armchair, a design classic originally designed in 1950 and a firm Film and Furiture favourite.
The stylish trumpet-shaped base of the Spun T2 Light combined with its sleek, glossy finish gives this lamp a space-age look that would be perfect for a contemporary interior and exactly why Christian Grey sleeps beside one in his bedroom in Fifty Shades.
Christian Grey’s stunning penthouse apartment Escala plays a key role in the Fifty Shades trilogy and has received a luxurious make over for the second movie in the series, Fifty Shades Darker. Starring Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey and Dakota Johnson as Anastasia Steele the film arrived in cinema’s on Friday 10th February (to quickly…