Some movies are beautiful enough to watch even without sound, and those also happen to be the ones that inspire us to redecorate our homes—or, at the very least, switch up our color palettes. With that in mind, we decided to round up some our favorite films for color and interior inspiration, from super saturated, lush palettes to soft, muted, and ambient ones (which means we excluded some of the best black and white films—nothing personal to The Lighthouse, Un Chien Andelou, and A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night).
Keep reading for a visual treat and get your pinning finger ready.
Paris, Texas (1984)
The film opens with a man named Travis, who finds himself aimlessly wandering around the desert in a fugue state until a doctor on a remote settlement is finally able to track down the man’s brother