Get the look: interiors from Oscar-nominated movies

With the 2014 Academy Awards this Sunday, we take a look at our favourite interiors from best picture nominees, American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall Street 

To celebrate the 86th Academy Awards, we take a look at the interiors from our favourite of this year's best picture nominees

American HustleRoz’s bedroom

This bored – and unknowingly hilarious – Long Island housewife isn’t afraid to try out all of the latest interiors trends and has a particular weakness for foil wallpaper. While we aren’t recommending teaming mustard flock, zebra print and black and gold geometric motifs (it doesn’t look like a scheme that’s conducive to a good night’s sleep) – the rosewood bedside tables and ornate lamps are on the money.

From left: ‘Minispiral’ wallpaper, £69 per roll, Erica Wakerly; Pair of Maison Jansen lamps, £PAO, Alfies Antiques; Chevron grain bedside table, £279, West Elm

American HustleSydney’s apartment

Sydney Prosser’s Upper East Side apartment is cool and minimal (and quite the contrast to Roz’s Long Island home). We’re coveting the timeless parquet floor and textured grasscloth wallpaper, which – we think – it’s high time to revive.

From left: ‘Larkhill’ grasscloth wallpaper, £59 per roll, G P & J Baker; Sapele reclaimed parquet block, £18 per sq m, Parquet Parquet; Thonet bentwood bar stool, £129 per stool, Sofa & Home

The Wolf of Wall StreetThe Naomi 

When Agent Denham declares Jordan’s super yacht ‘one of the nicest boat I’ve been on’, he was probably referring to the tasteful Hamptons-style nautical accents. We’re with you Denham – the preppy cushions are oh-so spring/summer 2014.

From left: Shell motif cushion, £17.88, Etsy; Coral cushion, £35, Etsy; Alexander Rose ‘Colonial’ armchair, £445, White Stores

The Wolf of Wall StreetNaomi and Jordan’s bedroom

We’re guessing that Naomi was the mastermind behind her and Jordan’s elegant bedroom in their country pile. The antique bombe cabinets, iron campaign bed and combination of white wall panelling and duck egg blue paint show her flair for interiors – and spending money. 

From left: Late 19th-century mahogany inlaid commode, £995, Debenham Antiques; 'Alba Alabaster' urn lamp, £POA, Vaughan; Italian campaign canopy bed, £1,498, Anthropologie

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