Apr 7, 2011

Friday Finds ~ Movies masti and magic. Indian movies and Danish /MCM inspirations.....MGR style!

I am back with my movies and art direction series...apologies for the long break in posting a song from my folder...So, dont you love all the gooey goodness in this set. What is not to love, wood tones, wall unit, long couch with such pretty side tables, lamps...dont miss the dining set in the long shot (Neils O Moller's teak set. yay!..:)..All set in a beautiful 50s inspired floor plan with a caned lattice screen/room divider and a welded iron room divider (sigh!), embossed wall, and all the beautiful details. I could just keep going.

While you devour all the the decor pieces and the set, enjoy a romantic number with a beautiful and very stylish  Jayalalitha and the evergreen MGR. (I dont mind their occasional jumping jacks)

View my other posts on Indian Cinema and Danish inspirations..


  1. true dana..isn't it beautiful

  2. I too adore the wooden furniture perhaps the reason why i like fabindia products which reminds me of patti's home. In this song i liked the lighting(natural) too.

  3. following you. will come back when i am free to read your older posts. hearth n home - your post onkitchen tours is inviting. TC

  4. hi Asha
    thank you so much for visiting my blog...would love to see your comments on my posts...

    my craze for good old furniture classics is what motivated me to do this series...hope to see you around often


  5. Ha, ha, I had to watch it twice. The first time around I forgot to check out the furniture - it has been a while since I saw MGR and Jayalalitha doing jumping jacks:):) Reminds me so much of furniture in my grandparents home, lovely.

  6. hi Kala
    thanks you for the comment :)..yes i get to hear that a lot with our movies.:)


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