There are few films that evoke the meaning of chic better than Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Much like her iconic LBDs and strands of pearls, Holly Golightly’s brownstone on Manhattan’s Upper East Side is the picture of effortless elegance.
Played by style icon Audrey Hepburn, Golightly is carefree about her homemaking, throwing wild cocktail parties, storing her ballet slippers in her oven, and using wooden shipping crates as a coffee table. Her decorating is certainly not stiff, but it’s unforgettably fashionable. Meanwhile, her male foil Paul “Fred” Varjak has a more polished and traditional décor style, but it shares a similarly mussed-up look. Needless to say, his home is just as handsome as he is. Read on to learn how to get the look of Breakfast at Tiffany’s in your home.
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