“I always imagined Jules had a friend who was an interior designer who helped her out. I know starting an e-commerce business is very time-consuming, so I imagined someone had to give her a hand in pulling it all together.”
— Nancy Meyers, writer and director
I’m counting down the days until Nancy Meyers’s new movie The Intern is released in theatres. An interior designer favorite, Nancy Meyers designs and directs movies that are not only instant chick-flick classics—hello The Holiday and Something’s Gotta Give—but also envy inducing in the interiors department.
The Intern tells the story of a 70-year-old retiree (de Niro) who interns for a young e-trepreneur (Hathaway). Hathaway’s Brooklyn Brownstone is a designer’s dream: a Lindsey Adelman chandelier hangs above the dining table; Aerin Lauder sconces flank the master bed, which sits on a vintage Beni Ourain rug; Thonet chairs stand alongside George Nelson bubble lamps and the kitchen… Oh my!
The start-up offices are just as amazing (who can say they have a Serge Mouille chandelier hanging above their conference table)—a stark open-plan modern vintage industrial feel with whitewashed brick walls and oversized arched windows. Judging from the trailer, The Intern’s going to be an instant hit!
Days before the movie is released in theatres on September 25, the whole movie set is on sale on One Kings Lane, from the blue & white china to a pair of vintage lucite chairs. Be quick—items are selling out fast!
SHOP THE INTERN MOVIE SET ON ONE KINGS LANE
Images Warner Brothers for One Kings Lane.