“50 Shades…” of Sexy Decor

by Melanie, February 13, 2015

Whether or not you are interested in seeing “50 Shades of Grey” this weekend, there is no denying the movie has some great design happening on set.  We’re not so sure about “dating” that Christian Grey dude, but we can easily fantasize about designing his penthouse apartment.

In honor of Valentine’s Day, here are some of our Grey-inspired ideas for sexy pieces that can dial up the passion in your home design (Some of which have doppelgängers you can see on screen.  Should you go.  And we’re not judging you if you do).

Sexy Storage (we don’t want to know what’s inside):
Worlds Away Valerie Console

Sexy Spots to Rest (Or Not):

Palmer Canopy Bed by Brownstone Furniture
This one looks an awful lot like Mr. Grey’s “love seat”…
Parker Series Sectional by Carter Furniture

Sexy Places to Set Your Cocktails:

Do our eyes deceive us or did Mr. Grey choose this table too?
Brabbu Sequoia Center Table
Bernhardt Jet Set Nesting Tables

Sexy Seating:

Bernhardt Jet Set Bench

You knew there had to be a red piece…
Lee Industries Red Leather Cocktail Ottoman
Brabbu Eanda Dining Chair
For your dining room or just outside Grey’s elevator door
J. Alexander Klismos Chair

Sexy Lighting:

For Anastasia…
Arteriors Tassel Lamp

Or Grey’s Entry Hall on Set…

Brabbu Vellum Wall Light

Sexy Legs…
Classic Legs by Kelly Wearstler

Happy Valentine’s Day!

p.s.  Promotions for 50 Shades of Grey have stirred up lots of pre-Valentine’s passion in the design world.  Check out more design stories on the general theme here and here and here and here.

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