In the latest anthology show from creator Ryan Murphy—the mastermind behind American Horror Story and Glee, among other hits—viewers are transported back in time to the golden age of show business. Set in Hollywood in the post–World War II era, the aptly titled Hollywood follows a group of aspiring actors who will do anything—and everything—to see their names in lights. Murphy has long since proven his particular knack for creating intricate worlds for his characters to inhabit, and Hollywood is no exception—the only thing better than the plot just might be its interiors. So read on to find out how you can bring a bit of that old-Hollywood glamour into your own home, the ELLE Decor way.
Actress Anna May Wong’s Apartment
Just like the character who lives here, this apartment is brooding and intricate. The layering of textures and patterns adds depth and emotion to the iconic actress’s pad.
A central location to the plot, Schwab’s brings the ideals of 1940s and ’50s glamour to life. The sleek salon space has subtle, feminine details that allow the characters to shine.
The Academy Awards/Shrine Auditorium
The Oscars are the biggest awards show in the business, so it’s only fitting that this was the set that closed out the season finale. With its masculine air and luxe textures, the Shrine Auditorium rewrites the rules of the traditional boys’ club that ruled over Old Hollywood.
The zebra lamp hiding in the left-hand corner is the true star of this space. Raymond’s apartment is full of classic midcentury shapes and eclectic touches in a warm color palette.
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