Last week saw the opening of Bar Luce, a Milan cafe designed by film director Wes Anderson.
The cafe, located inside the city's newly opened Fondazione Prada complex, is everything any Wes Anderson fan could hope for.
Anderson has described the bar as the perfect place to write a movie, which makes total sense, since the bar appears to be one that would rival the Grand Budapest Hotel lobby.
"While I do think it would make a pretty good movie set, I think it would be an even better place to write a movie. I tried to make it a bar I would want to spend my own non-fictional afternoons in," he explained in a statement.
Naturally, every detail of the bar is Instagram-worthy.
From the menu...
...to the floor.
And the cakes - while not technically from Mendl's Bakery - look sweeter than sweet.
There's a bathroom Margot Tenenbaum would surely like to spend her days hiding in.
Plus, a perfect The Life Aquatic pinball machine...
...and what's got to be the prettiest jukebox to have ever been created.
Because, as expected, soft pastels are a key part of the interior design at Bar Luce.
Once again, Wes Anderson, you've made things prettier than anyone ever thought possible.