In case you haven’t had the chance to see this beautiful cinema piece, Rocketman shows the life of the singer, songwriter, pianist, and rock legend, Sir Elton John in his breakthrough years. Here you got the chance to see the singer’s lifestyle from his early childhood to his early days as a prodigy at the Royal Academy of Music onto his musical partnership with Bernie Taupin and his conquering of the USA, and of course all of the beautiful interior design sets that marked those times. Enjoy!
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From all of the Rocketman‘s interior design scenarios, the one that we absolutely fell in love with was his luxurious residential design in Los Angeles. This luxury mansion was considered to be one of the ultimates residences at that time, due to its Art Deco inspirations, fabulous furnishings, and unique lighting designs, that when combined together truly reflect Sir Elton John’s eccentric personality!
Like the other unique interior design sets in the movie, Rocketman‘s luxury mansion in LA was fully created by the set decorator, Jude Farr, who was also the responsible for other incredible scenarios in The Kings Speech, First They Killed My Father, American Sniper and My Week with Marilyn. Since he was trying to achieve an Art Deco paradise, Jude was pretty selective with the furniture and luxury lighting combinations that he decided to place in this that is one of the most iconic sets in the movie.
Enjoying this exclusive info about the movie so far? Well, here is an interesting fact about the Rocketman‘s luxurious residential in LA… It was filmed in on location in Brookman’s Park, Potters Bar, North London, complete with an outdoor swimming pool. To add that cool and collected vibe of LA’s authentic feel, the luxury house was not only dressed with some trendy mid-century modern lighting, accessories and furnishings but also embellished with some real palm trees in the outdoor area!
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Turner is a large table lamp handmade in brass and aluminum. The body has a gold plated finish, while the shade was lacquered a black matte on the outside and a gold powder paint on the inside. Inspired by the iconic Tina Turner!
The Matheny floor lamp came to reinvent classic designs with a high aesthetic feeling. Gathering influences from American jazz guitarist Pat Metheny, here’s a lamp that incorporates elements of progressive, mid-century and contemporary design. Going as tall as 65 inches, this tall floor lamp is composed of geometric golden tubes that reflect the sophistication of the mid-50s.