Every movie geek knows that the film setting is as important as the main character. The selection of the cast and set needs to be perfect even in the smallest details, otherwise film producers might need to protect themselves from fan rage. And let’s face it, any movie is improved by incorporating dazzling chandeliers and velvet furnishings, right? Right.
Take a look at The 5 Best Movie Homes of All Time and get inspired by their incredible architecture and interior design!
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
Who could ever think of a beautiful place like this? Located in Highland, Illinois “The Ben Rose House” was designed by James Speyer and David Haid in 1953. An open plan living, mirrored home surrounded by nature landscapes. It’s almost impossible to believe this movie home was put on the market for $2.3 million but remained unsold for 2 years. It’s since been undergoing renovations and should be available again soon.
It’s interior is also something Ferris Fans would like to live in. Natural lighting sure makes its shine in this living room, making the warm tones stand out from the neutrals. Only one thing is missing, a crystal chandelier!