Best Bedrooms from the Silver Screen

Apr 05, 2016 | by Sandy Reitman

Hollywood is where your dreams can come true.  But what about the characters in the films we love so dearly?  Where do their dreams come true?

Some of the most memorable scenes from our favorite movies are in the characters’ bedrooms.  Almost anything can happen in the bedroom — searching your closet database for the perfect outfit, telling your high school boyfriend you’re pregnant, creating the bourgeois, the most forbiddenly romantic love affair, or a simple emo teenager moment.  Hollywood set directors create bedrooms for you to better understand the character in that moment, adding incredible detail to each piece laid out for the scene.

Today, we’re looking at some of the most memorable Hollywood bedrooms from the most notorious single ladies on screen.  Some from Iowa, Paris, Beverly Hills, Seattle, and many more places, but likely all shot on a Hollywood film set.  These bedrooms were the ones where viewers learned more about themselves through the vision of those storytellers behind the lens.

Can you name each movie scene? #noboysallowed

Cher Horowitz

“Lucy! Where’s my white collared shirt from Fred Segal?”

Tina "Teeny" Tercell

Let’s face it, ladies. We all wanted to be her.


“At least you’ll never be a vegetable. Even artichokes have hearts.”

Juno MacGuff

I need to own a hamburger phone, like, yesterday.

Erica Barry

There are no break-up tears allowed in this little slice of Hamptons heaven.

Regina George

“It used to be my parents, but I made them trade me.”


“He can’t come up here, my parents will flip!”

Holly GoLightly

“Cat! Cat! Oh, Cat.”

Princess Jasmine

Every princess deserves a castle. And a Rajah.

Juliet Capulet

Complete with accessible balcony in case Leo decides to drop by. Or stalk you. Both of which are fine.


Pink lovers, rejoice!

Kat Stratford

“Don’t, for one minute, think that you had any effect whatsoever on my awesome-ness.”

Marie Antoinette

“Let them eat cake… in bed.”

Kathryn Merteuil

Finding a bedroom like this in New York City is like… no, wait… it’s impossible.

Did you get every reference? You deserve a bedroom shopping spree.