Thursday, September 8, 2011

Set Design- The Change Up

Last night my girlfriend and I went to see The Change Up with Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds.  I'm literally going to go again just to stalk the set interiors of the GORGEOUS home in the movie.  It.  Was.  Perfection.  Think "As Good As It Gets" without being a beach house.  I only found ONE article saying anything about it.  You can read it here. The only problem?  The had NO pictures of the master bedroom and the FABULOUS bedding that was in the movie.  If I knew where to get it, I'd buy it right now. 


Here are a few of the pics that were in the article, but they really don't do the interiors justice.   


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Master Bathroom 
(they show MUCH more in the movie)


*Apparently the fixtures are from Waterworks and Restoration Hardware.  


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Tiny Kitchen Shot
(Backsplash tile from Waterworks)

*This pic doesn't do the kitchen justice and I did notice they had short drapery panels like these all throughout the house


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Dining Room
(the tufted dining chairs are so pretty!)

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Den off the kitchen
(all furnishings from Bungalow Classic Atlanta)
(apparently the creamy trim is Benjamin Moore Linen White)


*This pic doesn't show jack, but in the movie you get to see the awesome round table and floral arrangement behind the chairs JB and RR are sitting in, the wall of plates behind where Leslie Mann is sitting, the flatscreen tv wall, etc.  They even make a funny joke about the husband not knowing his wife's favorite color is celedon- 'dude, its all over this room!'  HA


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You can see a small peek of the table, etc in the background!


Ya'll need to seriously go see the movie, soak up all of the GORGEOUS interior design in the old Ansley Park/old Buckhead home they used for the exterior and look at the master bedroom bedding/bed and think of me drooling.  Ok, thats a gross thought, but you get the idea.  


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They even eat at Ecco on 7th in midtown Atlanta and that made me drool too. I miss those goat cheese balls with drizzled honey.  Mmmmmm.  


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GOAT.  CHEESE.  BALLS.


*Apparently production designer Barry Robinson channeled Barbara Barry for the couples bedroom- read more here
Oh, and if you find out where the bedding is from, you BETTER tell me!!!  


*EDIT*  My very first commenter of the day shared that the bedding is from John Robshaw Textiles!  He talks about it here! Thanks Erin!!
trellis
lapis

You can see a glimpse of it in this movie trailer!


Pretty, right?  Unfortunately, at $545 for the duvet, probably not going to happen for me, but I still LOVE it!

29 comments:

  1. The bedding is from John Robshaw Textiles. Here is the link where they commented on their products being used in the movie. The duvet and shams were their trellis pattern! You can get to their shop from the link as well. Totally to. die. for. Happy Shopping! http://www.johnrobshaw.com/thisandthat.htm

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  2. Wish they were share more pictures! Great design. Oh, and by the looks of the comment above...shall we expect to see new bedding at Shelli's abode?

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  3. Good post! I love everything you highlighted - especially the kitchen!! Now I will need to see the movie!

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  4. I've got the trellis sheets- love! I may have to see the movie just because of that :)

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  5. Ok now I have to see this movie!! maybe wait till DVD so I can pause it and look all around.
    Im headed to the Dallas Market this weekend & plan on stopping in to check out all the John Robshaw goodies in person!!

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  6. I saw that movie too, and I agree - their home was amazing!!!

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  7. Fun! I'll have to check that out! Wish we could find more interior shots, but maybe we'll all just have to see the movie.

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  8. Love the bedding! I need to check out their website and maybe rent the movie when they are out so I can pause and check out their interiors! :)

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  9. I haven't seen that movie, but must check it out! I love how the house is gorgeous but that it's realistic for those with kids (toys everywhere, snack canisters out on the kitchen counter, etc...). Thanks for sharing!

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  10. The house looks beautiful! Now I want to see the movie!

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  11. Now I must see the movie! The house looks beautiful. Loving that master bath and the bedding!

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  12. I love John robshaw textiles! I bought the most glorious set ever of his shams on One King's Lane...then they botched the order so many times they sold out! And are available NO WHERE!!! I'm still not over it, can you tell?

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  13. Does anyone know what the fabric is that they used on the window treatment in the kitchen? I love it! A great jumping off point.

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  14. I am absolutely IN LOVE with that trellis bedding! Totally wish I could afford it!!! Beautiful stuff!

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  15. I am glad you shared the pics here. I am not going to see the movie as it has comments about disabeld people/children that I think perpetuate a negative stereo type, and the use of the "R" word. But thank you for sharing. :)

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  16. I have the John Robshaw lapis duvet and love it! In fact I have several pieces of his bedding. It's expensive, but the softness, weight, and design make it well worth it.

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  17. Anyone know where the bed frame is from?
    Love it!

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  18. Anyone know where the duvet cover/quilt is from that Ryan Reynold's has in his loft? At first I was thinking either Urban Outfitters or Anthropologie but I'm not seeing it there.

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  19. i WANT that headboard!! just an image of it so i can try to replicate would be amazing...
    thank you for posting the article! you are amazing too. :)

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  20. i WANT that headboard!! just an image of it so i can try to replicate would be amazing...
    thank you for posting the article! you are amazing too. :)

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  21. Could someone please try to find the duvet cover that Ryan Reynolds has in his apartment? I'm dying for it and can't seem to find it anywhere!

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  22. MASTER BEDROOM HEADBOARD, HEADBOARD, HEADBOARD. If anyone knows where I can find it... PLEASE... or even know what to call it. I love how it wraps forward in front. I am DYING to find one like it!

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  23. Assuming that no one has found out where the headboard is from?

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  24. +1 on wanting the headboard and knowing where it's from!

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  25. Also want to know where headboard is from

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  26. I can see that the trim in the den is BM linen white but what is the wall color that is slightly deeper in hue? I would love to know the name of that paint color and the brand of that paint because they both work so well together! Does anyone know? Thanks!

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  27. The headboard is called a tufted button with wings headboard. You can google by colour as well.

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  28. Any idea where the Ryan Reynolds duvet is from?

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