The Academy Awards provides accolades for almost every aspect of film, from makeup and hairstyling to sound editing. Shockingly though, the Academy hasn't given out an honor specifically for interior design since the 1940s. In light of this, we've taken it upon ourselves to acknowledge the most magnificent sets from a few of this year's Oscar-nominated films. Which one would you send home with a little gold man?
1. The Danish Girl
The ornate gold decór featured in The Danish Girl, set in the 1920s, compliments similar tones found in the gorgeous clothing worn by Lili Elbe (played by Best Actor nominee Eddie Redmayne).
The delicate patterns and warm light that punctuate Joy Mangano's home in Joy serve as a comfort for the entrepreneur (played by Best Actress nominee Jennifer Lawrence) in the midst of her economic and familial hardships.
3. The Big Short
The art deco details and groovy patterns in this scene from Best Picture nominee The Big Short are giving us serious interior design inspiration.
The beautiful vintage wallpaper and light fixtures shown in historical period drama (and multiple nominee, including Best Picture) Brooklyn give viewers a realistic taste of life in the 1950s.
6. Bridge of Spies
The 1960s-style wallpaper and dark wood details pictured above serve as rare moments of beauty in the darkly historical Best Picture nominee Bridge of Spies.