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ROOMS ON FILM: Mad Men

For a few seasons, we would have identified Don Draper’s man cave as his office at the Sterling Cooper advertising agency. Now, that he’s a newlywed living in the city, however, we turn to Draper’s new Manhattan apartment, which seems … Continue reading

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ROOMS ON FILM: Wayne’s World

“It’s Wayne’s World, Wayne’s World, party time, excellent!” So goes the jingle that Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar sing at the start of their weekly public access program, where they critique heavy metal bands, rant about pop culture and, of … Continue reading

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ROOMS ON FILM: American Psycho

Ah, the American Psycho apartment.¬†For all the horror that takes place here, this living room starts off as very much the sparse, clean palette. And isn’t that just the point? Patrick Bateman’s world in 1980s New York is all about … Continue reading

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ROOMS ON FILM: Pee-wee’s Playhouse

Welcome to the Man Child man cave, a fantastical Never Never Land for the guy who still hasn’t grown up. And what better mascot for this style than Pee-wee Herman, the ultimate personification of a Man Child who, for a … Continue reading

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ROOMS ON FILM: Crazy, Stupid, Love

It’s a fact: women swoon over Ryan Gosling. And never was their collective sighing more audible than when the actor took his shirt off for Emma Stone in Crazy, Stupid, Love. But would those abdominal muscles have looked quite so … Continue reading

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ROOMS ON FILM: The Big Lebowski

“It’s this rug I had. It really tied the room together.” Take it from the Dude: step one in re-creating The Big Lebowski look will forever and always be finding that perfect rug to tie your room together. Because it’s … Continue reading

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ROOMS ON FILM: North by Northwest

Why do bad guys always have the sexiest lairs? In North by Northwest, James Mason lives in a Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired house on top of, well, Mt. Rushmore. As if that isn’t jaw-droppingly amazing enough, just take a look at … Continue reading

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ROOMS ON FILM: I Love You, Man

Jason Segel’s man cave in I Love You, Man is the ultimate garage-turned mantuary. It was the original inspiration for A Room of It’s Own and is a perfect example of traditional, classic man cave style. It’s also indicative of … Continue reading

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