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    27 Pieces Of Furniture And Decor If You Want To Turn Your Home Into A Wes Anderson Film Set

    Because the only thing better than *watching* The Grand Budapest Hotel is *living* in The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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    1. An overstuffed velvet armchair you can settle into as you prepare for an update on what's been going on in your BFF's life. Fingers crossed they're as good a storyteller as Zero Moustafa!

    the olive green armchair
    Wayfair

    Promising review: "You guys....Do NOT even hesitate on this decision! These chairs are gorgeous, soft, comfortable, beautiful, big, and basically just plain perfect. I chose the gold color but Im sure any color would be amazing. The delivery team was extremely helpful and all you need to do is put on the legs. Voila...grab the beverage of choice and relax!!" —Marcia

    Get it from Wayfair for $499.99 (originally $629.99; available in nine colors).

    2. A framed nautical flag if The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou is your preferred aesthetic. Each flag represents a letter of the alphabet so you can even create a decor easter egg — if you will. 

    a gallery wall with nine of the nautical flags
    Ballard Designs

    Get it from Ballard Designs for $279 (available in 26 designs).

    3. A puppy-embroidered pillow you can bring to life by doing your best impression of Isle of Dogs voice actors like Bill Murray, Bryan Cranston, Jeff Goldblum, and Edward Norton. 

    a pillow cover embroidered with 20 different dogs wearing sunglasses and bandanas
    Rifle Paper Co.

    Get it from Rifle Paper Co. for $80+ (available with or without an insert).

    4. A theatrical upholstered zebra bed frame from which you can create a homogenous palette that'll extend through the rest of your space. 

    the yellow bed frame upholstered with Scalamandre zebra fabric
    The Inside

    The Inside is a small home furnishings brand that partners with heritage design brands like Scalamandré (seen above) and Old World Weavers.

    Promising review: "Seriously, for the money, this is the best bed on the market. It is SO sturdy, NO squeaking, makes our bedroom look a million times more put together, and only took around two hours to build." —EJ

    Get it from The Inside for $839+ (available in sizes Twin–King and in 135 different patterns). 

    5. A vintage tennis racquet that guests will assume was passed down through generations of your family. No one needs to know you bought it off of Etsy 🤫 

    four vintage tennis racquets
    Collector Chris 9 / Etsy

    Christopher Lorenz — of Collector Chris 9, a Connecticut-based Etsy shop — sells all sorts of vintage goods from records and jewelry to mountaineering equipment and bridge sets. 

    Get it from Collector Chris 9 on Etsy for $20 (available in four styles). 

    6. A set of faux taxidermy antlers you can use to start up a wall of curious or zhuzh up your existing collection. 

    three faux gold deer antlers
    Near and Deer / Etsy

    Near and Deer is a faux taxidermy shop based in Phoenix, Arizona. All of their pieces are made to order. 

    Promising review: "Absolutely beautiful! So ornate and the detailing is amazing!" —Tara Maxwell

    Get the set of three from Near and Deer on Etsy for $124.99.

    7. A framed oil painting of a majestic fox if you're looking to marry your love of home decor + Wes Anderson + Roald Dahl children's novels. 

    the framed oil painting
    Schooner Bay Co. / Etsy

    Schooner Bay Co. is a family-owned small biz based in the mid-Atlantic that specializes in recreations. 

    Promising review: "Omg this is the cutest darn fox painting. I wasn’t sure how it was going to be in person, but it’s everything and more. We all smile looking at it. The frame looks rich and heavy but is lightweight and my plaster walls are glad for it. Now we have to figure out where to hang it! We all want it in our favorite spot. Going to order the other fox painting now." —Sam

    Get it from Schooner Bay Co. on Etsy for $51.75+ (available in two sizes). 

    8. A dramatic raindrop chandelier you can moodily eat dinner underneath as if you're just another tortured artist/genius in the Tenenbaum family. 

    the gold and glass chandelier
    Amazon

    Promising review: "This is absolutely drop-dead gorgeous. If you’re looking for a very elegant look and feel, this is it. Warning — it is time consuming and tedious to connect all the crystals correctly, but it’s darn well worth it." —Cynthia

    Get it from Amazon for $209.99+ (also available in silver).

    9. A dramatic tabletop candelabra that would really complement your framed recreation of Boy with Apple

    a hand holding the candelabra
    the candelabra with five dark blue candles
    Wayfair

    Get it from Wayfair for $53.99 (originally $57.99).

    10. And — to go with that — a 10-pack of vintage matchbooks because you simply can't own a candelabra and light it with any old Bic. 

    a pile of vintage matchbooks from places like the Disneyland Hotel
    Wolfgang Vintage Wares / Etsy

    Wolfgang Vintage Wares is a Holland, Michigan-based small biz from couple Justin and Sarah. They specialize in vintage jewelry, puzzles, toys, and homewares. 

    Promising review: "A wonderful assortment of vintage matchbooks in good condition, and they were packaged very nicely!" —Samantha Clowes

    Get a pack of 10 from Wolfgang Vintage Wares on Etsy for $9.85.

    11. A five-piece dining set you can cozy up to as you dig into your attempt at a Mendl's courtesan au chocolat. Okay so technically the treat doesn't exist outside of fictional Zubrowka, but it *is* similar to a French religieuse which — with a lil' help from Google — I'm certain you could figure out!

    the five piece faux marble table and chair set
    Wayfair

    Promising review: "Honestly I love it so much!! I’ve gotten so many compliments on it and it was so worth the money. It’s spacious and inviting and provides a warm vintage vibe. It’s lovely." —Meryl

    Get the five-piece set from Wayfair for $489.99 (originally $519.99).

    12. A mountain-themed pennant if you're cooped up indoors more often than not but would like to imagine you're elsewhere. 🛶 ⛰ 

    the green pennant on a gallery wall
    a model holding the pennant which reads
    Oxford Pennant

    Get it from Oxford Pennant for $25+ (available with or without a frame). 

    13. Or, a custom pennant you can personalize with your name if the outdoors isn't necessarily your thing, but retro decor sure is. 

    three pennants customized to say Rosalita, Theodore, and Ashton
    Wild Kard Vintage / Etsy

    Will Kard Vintage is a McCordsville, Indiana-based small biz from Karlie Ford. 

    Promising review: "First of all, Karlie is a QUEEN. She was so on top of responding and helped me pick the best colors for the flag while also being so patient while I was extremely indecisive. The flag looks SO COOL and vintage and I'm just in love!! I want to order 10,000 more. Stop what you're doing and order anything and everything from Karlie." —Sahar Rohani

    Get it from Wild Kard Vintage on Etsy for $44.95 (customize your pennant by choosing between eight fonts and 55 felt colors).

    14. A decorative, hand-painted paddle that will never see water but *will* enjoy a carefree life of being strung up on your wall. 

    four different oars
    New England Canoe Co. / Etsy

    New England Canoe Co. is a small biz that specializes in coastal decor. 

    Promising review: "I’m not even sure what words to use other than ABSOLUTELY STUNNING. Communication and ordering was terrific and easy. My gorgeous oars came packaged really nicely and they arrived quickly. They are hanging on our wall in New Hampshire on the lake and are just breathtaking. Thank you so much, these are incredible!" —M Ferrari

    Get it from New England Canoe Co. on Etsy for $90.50+ (available in three sizes, four colors, and three styles). 

    15. A briefcase-style Crosley record player on which you can spin Paul Simon, Elliott Smith, and various David Bowie covers by Seu Jorge. 

    the beige and rose gold record player
    Urban Outfitters

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $99.

    16. A Jane Austen book set wrapped in 19th-century leather bindings and finished in a pleasing uniform hue. 

    a set of six Jane Austen books with a pink binding
    Juniper Books

    What's included: Emma, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, and Sense and Sensibility. 

    Get the six-piece set from Juniper Books for $150 (also available in vellum instead of pink). 

    17. A retro desk fan that can dry the sweat (okay, tears...) from your eyes when you rewatch that scene in The Grand Budapest Hotel where Deputy Kovacs' silver-streaked Persian cat is tossed out the window by a terrifying J.G. Jopling. 

    the teal desk fan on a shelf
    the teal desk fan
    Target

    Promising review: "My best friend recommended this fan. It’s small enough to keep on a nightstand, it matches my decor, and it’s powerful. Cools me off at night and it’s quiet. Highly recommend." —SJohnson

    Get it from Target for $39.99 (also available in off white). 

    18. A vintage-inspired alarm clock so you'll never miss your train. You're probably just going to work and not on an epic cross-country trip through India but timeliness is essential nonetheless. 

    a reviewer's green retro alarm clock
    a different reviewer's blue alarm clock

    Promising review: "The retro look and color is true to the photograph and the size is perfect for a nightstand or table. I liked it so much I ordered a second one in red. The battery-operated clock is simple to set the time and alarm. Works well. Couldn't be happier with this purchase, unless, of course it was free! Excellent price for value." —Belinda

    Get it from Amazon for $19.54+ (available in three colors). 

    19. A Pendleton blanket you can not only throw over your bed for an extra layer of warmth, but also take on camping trips if you're trying to emulate Moonrise Kingdom

    striped blankets on twin beds in a tent
    Pendleton / Via www.instagram.com

    Promising review: "Bold and traditional colors mix to create a beautiful and timeless blanket for any home. Heavy weight wool construction keeps you toasty and comfortable but without being itchy to the touch. The construction and attention to detail are phenomenal. Just an FYI this is dry clean only...so if you're using this somewhere prone to messes, be aware... I bought the queen size for my bedroom and it looks fabulous." —Stephen Tanney

    Get it from Backcountry for $199+ (available in eight colors and three sizes) or Pendleton for $239+ (available in two sizes and with or without personalization).

    20. A retro pendant light that looks like something I assume Wes Anderson would have in his own home. 

    the mid-century modern pendant light
    Lamps Plus

    Get it from Lamps Plus for $299.99 (available in 21 patterns and hundreds of colors). 

    21. A vintage suitcase shelf you can use to display your worldy knickknacks and/or vintage ephemera in cinematic style.

    a blue trunk shelf holding books and knickknacks
    Double Decker Vintage / Etsy

    Double Decker Vintage is a Kansas City, Missouri-based shop with hundreds of unique items and apparel from the early 1800s to the 1980s.

    Promising review: "Ordered three beautiful suitcase shelves a bit ago and finally made my vision come to life!!! I could not be happier with this unique way to display my travel treasures!! I’ve attached one of my display with two of the three shelves." —Molly Kloss

    Get it from Double Decker Vintage on Etsy for $70 (available in four sizes and five colors). 

    22. A mustard rotary phone that actually works! I grew up playing with my grandma's "display" phones so I know I'd absolutely call someone on accident but maybe you'd be able to better control yourself. 

    Promising review: "Fantastic phone, great quality for the price. The ringer is very retro, the quality of the sound and microphone are perfect. I work in a hotel and we thought it would be cute to buy a couple of retro phones and put in our public spaces, now guests tell us how cute they are. I read a few of the reviews that were negative with people talking about the sound quality or static, even it ringing and making a sound when it was not in use. It is not the phone but your phone line; many phone lines have static going through them and if they are exposed to the elements or any water seeps and it does disrupt the quality. Ask your grandparents, they can tell you some stories about phones like this back in the day. So far we have bought over five of these phones, it's been months now and not one issue has occurred." —WillWill

    Get it from Amazon for $37.98.

    23. A set of two droplet accent lamps you can use to create a perfectly symmetrical setup whether placed on end tables next to your bed or sofa. 

    a red lamp on a reviewer's nightstand
    a yellow lamp on a different reviewer's nightstand

    Promising review: "These are very cute and affordable. We got these lamps to go with our mid-century style home. Specifically, we use them on our nightstands. They come very carefully packaged and no damage. They are smaller than I expected but work well with our nightstands. Another reviewer mentioned the lampshades weren't that great. While I agree, these are roughly the same as some lamps I have bought from Target. They aren't complete garbage. You get what you pay for, and it's not often you can get a matching pair of energy-efficient lamps in this style that come packaged so carefully. So I'm not complaining. They look great and work well!" —kb

    Get the set from Amazon for $59.99 (available in seven colors).

    24. An ornate Anthropologie mirror so pretty, you'll not only take copious selfies with it, but also a slew of photos of it.

    the seven-foot mirror behind a blue velvet chair
    a smaller mirror on top of a dresser
    Anthropologie

    Promising review: "I had this mirror in the back of my mind for years until I decided to finally get it. It is even more beautiful in person for sure. The look of my house changed completely, it is a show stopper, I cant even tell you all the amazing things other that IT IS WORTH EVERY SINGLE PENNY." —Anthropologie Reviewer

    Get it from Anthropologie for $498+ (available in four sizes and three finishes).

    25. A wireless library light you can position over your impressive book collection or favorite family portrait. This thing costs less than 30 bucks but it'll transform your den into a museum-worthy exhibit.

    a reviewer using two of the gold library lights over built-in bookshelves
    a reviewer using the light over a portrait

    The portrait lights are battery-operated and wireless so you don't have to worry about hiring an electrician or doing any installation yourself. Each unit runs off of three AAAs (get a 36-pack here before you forget!) and an included remote lets you set the light to different brightnesses and schedule a timer for 15, 30, 60, or 120 minutes.

    PS: If you're going for an antique look but don't have the budget to buy vintage, I saw a TikToker DIY these with some gold Rub 'n Buff metallic finish and an old makeup brush and it looked truly incredible!

    Promising review: "For the price you can’t beat it. Super easy to install and lightweight. The gold had a slight orange tint to it, so be mindful of that. I actually just taped over the light and spray painted ours with gold spray paint I had left over and then they were absolutely perfect." —Paris Seder

    Get it from Amazon for $30.99 (available in three colors).

    26. A framed rhino beetle that's been professionally preserved by an entomologist and tucked safely behind UV-blocking glass so its colors will never fade.

    a rhino beetle in a black frame
    Bug Under Glass / Etsy

    Bug Under Glass is run by Kevin Clarke, an entomologist with a master's degree in Conservation Biology who's also worked in various museums. His bugs are all ecologically sourced before being framed in Petaluma, California. While this Asian rhino beetle is one of a kind, he also has ore than 400 other fascinating specimens!

    Promising review: "I just wanted to take the time to write a lengthy review because the seller works at the highest level of professionalism at all times. The quality of the product you’re getting is well worth the money being charged. Products are professionally shipped and wrapped. Each specimen is absolutely beautiful and the detail in everything is just amazing. Just know you’re getting museum grade products when you buy with Kevin and there is no doubt it’ll look amazing on your walls." —Martin Hoang

    Get it from Bug Under Glass for $75 (available in two frame colors).

    27. And a bold peel-and-stick wallpaper you can use to create an accent room or completely make over a bijou bathroom. 

    The green, orange, and gold tiger wallpaper
    Etsy

    Etsy shop Walls Have Soul custom prints their sustainable peel-and-stick wallpapers in Las Vegas. While the wall coverings can be installed permanently, they're also great for renters as they can be removed with just water.

    Promising review: "The paper was beautiful and easy to install. It is thick the color is beautiful." —Devone

    Get it from Walls Have Soul on Etsy for $6+ (available in 16 sizes; can also order samples).

    You showing off your new oil painting to anyone who will entertain your extra-ness:

    Indian Paintbrush / Via giphy.com

    Reviews in this post have been edited for length and/or clarity. 

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