Get the Look of Amélie’s Parisian Apartment

Get the Look of Amélie’s Parisian Apartment

Amélie, the 2001 romantic comedy directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, may have been nominated for Academy Awards for best screenplay and directing, but we’re nominating it for best interior design. Though Amélie is a shy waitress, played by Audrey Tatou, she lives in an uncharacteristically bold apartment in Paris. Red is the key player in her home, but pops of electric blue and hunter green offset her warm color palette. Charming personal touches are around every corner, including an anthropomorphized pig lamp and pet portraits. The décor of the apartment is just as exciting as the adventure Amélie takes in the film. Well … almost. 

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    PHOTO: Miramax
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    Michael Sowa Filmhound ($13)

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    Art.com Fowl With Pearls ($13)

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    Farrow & Ball "Silvergate" Wallpaer (#BP 817) ($260)

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    Ethan Allen Danby Bed ($509)

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    PHOTO: Miramax

    Various hues of red make the blue lamp on Amélie's desk a welcome pop of color. She may be shy, but Amélie is not afraid of color.f

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    Ellison Darling Hampshire Amport Pleated Lamp Shades ($282)

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    Andrew Martin Iznik Red Cushion ($193)

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    PHOTO: Miramax

    We can't guarantee your pig lamp will watch over you, but we do know it will look just as cute on your bedside table. 

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    Michael Sowa Amelie Lamp ($261)

    Would you move into Amélie's apartment? Tell us in the comments below.

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