Director, Nancy Meyer’s movie sets always cause a stir with interior design lovers. First, there was Something’s Gotta Give, then came The Holiday, and now we have It’s Complicated. The protagonist, played by Meryl Streep lives in a gorgeous home in Santa Barbara that is the embodiment of chic, laidback, California elegance.
The set was designed by Jon Hutman who captures the California look so perfectly. The kitchen in Meryl’s character’s home is sure to inspire many blog posts and many kitchen remodels. Her character owns a bakery and this really feels like the kitchen of someone who actually cooks! It just looks like the kind of kitchen in which fresh, delicious, seasonal food is made. The open shelving, hanging pots, pendant lighting, and floating marble island make the room feel so charming. I can’t wait to see this hilarious movie and more of the gorgeous set, especially this kitchen!
Entertainment Tonight premiered the official trailer for the Sex and the City sequel last night and had me squealing with delight! Here it is in case you missed it:
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