Interior Design – Oscar-Worthy Rooms


Sherlock Holmes 2009, production design by Sarah Greenwood


Of all the vital aspects of any movie the production design is arguably the most under-appreciated. Hoping to rectify this is interior's blog, "Point
ClickHome" which is showing some of the best scenes from this year's batch of Oscar-nominated films. Sarah Greenwood, who had been nominated twice before (Atonement, Pride & Prejudice) was the production designer for Sherlock Holmes. Read what she had to say about it and then click on the link for more Oscar-worthy rooms.

"The hotel where Irene Adler (Rachel McAdams) and Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey Jr.) meet for a crucial scene in the film is actually a famous 19th-century English home once owned by Lady Astor. Production designer Sarah Greenwood left much of the space unaltered, such as the gilded paneling, which was imported from a French château. "It is the only feminine environment in the movie," Greenwood says. "The most fun was bringing in ridiculous quantities of fresh flowers."

Interior Design – Oscar-Worthy Rooms

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