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Backyard pool at the beach house in the movie "Something's Gotta Give"

"Somethings Gotta Give" living room. I love this room. Actually, I loved all the rooms in this movie house. The kitchen is to DIE for!

Kitchen in the movie "Something's Gotta Give." This is the back side of the kitchen which leads out to the back yard.

The ultimate inspiration for my past two kitchens! Inset cabinets, exposed hinges, latch hardware, subway tile, soapstone countertops, fireclay farmhouse sink.....I can go on and on!

I have always said that whoever designed the sets for Something's Gotta Give is one damn good designer. Turns out the "hooked on houses" blogger Julia agrees, devoting an entire (long) post to it. And it turns out a client of mine feels the same way. Something's Gotta Give will inspire some interior design work that d2e will be doing my client's Chestnut Hill, PA home.

The living room in "As Good as it Gets"...I love the windows looking out onto the beach, the soft pastels and the lamp lighting. I hope one day my home looks this safe when a storm is coming!

The Beach House in “Something’s Gotta Give”. Love this movie and this Hamptons beach house kitchen. The counters were painted to look like soapstone for the movie, but it started a huge trend. "Suddenly everyone wanted soapstone!"

Kitchen from the Something's Gotta Give movie set. There is just something about white subway tile.

The easiest design element is layering and contrasting: Place your light slip covered chair against your creamy wall against your dark stained floors. Hang your sandy drapes against your creamy walls with an oversized dark oiled-bronze rod. Place a dark-based, light-shaded lamp on a dark stained table.

"Something's Gotta Give" Kitchen. I love this movie and the beach house. Wouldn't it be nice to just open your kitchen door and listen to the ocean waves while your reading a can dream.