If quasi-incestual rom-coms about dysfunctional fathers using faux cancer as a means to win their bi-polar families' affections back is your thing, then you're probably familiar with The Royal Tenenbaums. Like many of Wes Anderson's films, the unchewed sets - all sepia tinged and the right kind of shabby chic - leave us with that oh-my-god-I-need-to-repaint-every-room-in-my-house-mustard feeling. Before we make any hasty decisions about condiment-coloured walls, let's break down the Tenenbaum mystique member by member and absorb some of their cool. Or, you know, get a similar cushion to their's.
Etheline TenenbaumMargot: 1.Shower curtain; €32, JC Penney. 2.Phone; €70, Ether2U2. 3.Books; €28, Vintage Scholar. 4. Richie print; €25, Mission Anderson. 5. Typewriter; €300, Antikey Chop. Richie: 1. Globe cushion; €90, Salt Labs. 2. Rocket light; €55, Firefly. 3. Rackets; €23, Vintage Avacado. 4. Margot Plays; Pop Pow Wow. 5. Camera; €39, Puk Puk. Chas: 1. Sharpener; €16, NeatoVintage. 2. Cushion; €40, Starfish Bay. 3. Desk light; €32, I Live Vintage. 4. Phone cover; €31, Zazzle. 5. Medicine tin; €70, Best Made. Royal: 1. Martini kit; €90, Amazon. 2. Fly ashtray; €25, DaphniSnerii. 3. Target print; €26, Fowler Creative Arts. 4. Stage head; €80, Hidden Seek. 5. Tenenbaum print; €16, Zazzle. Ethel: 1. Etheline book via Madame Lamb. 2. JuJu hat; Dutch by Design. 3. Archaeology cushion; €40, Myrte Musee. 4. Skeleton model; €280, Madison Art Shop. 5. Margot print; €15 A Cagey Bee.