This movie is just another example of how Nancy Meyers puts so much thought into her projects...the homes utterly and wholly represent their inhabitants, and there's a very complete feeling that I get when I watch her movies; like the characters have been both fairly and expertly represented. She is, without a doubt, amazing at her job.
Here we have the crisp, white exterior of the English home. I love the neutral steps, the deep black door, and that glorious lantern. Simple and beautiful.
This is the greenery-covered home in Napa. To.die.for. It is warm, rich, and welcoming -- not too overdone. Just look at those arches and shutters. Swoon!
The very large patio in the Napa home is set up with different conversational spots throughout, and I love that. Oversized furniture is balanced with a small lantern overhead.
Just look at that huge fireplace in the Napa home! Oh my gosh. Oversized artwork, upholstered chairs just begging to be sat in, and a worldly rug...accented with urns and warm tiling. Yes, please!
A beautiful curvy staircase inside of the London home makes me squeal! I love the gallery wall all the way up the stairs; effortlessly chic. The dark railing, rust walls, and charming coat rack are among my other favorite aspects of this home. :-)
Looking back, which home is your favorite from The Parent Trap? Why?
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