The brilliant fish in this picture add color to the room and make us do a double-take, perhaps thinking for a moment that this is a fish tank.
O...M....G....needs no words. Though I am enough of a nerd to know this is the last time we'll see Darth Vader without his crazy black getup and that heavy breathing issue.
This set adds the glory of the gladiator to the room.
This is really weird, and I kind of dig it.
Financial graphs let us know that this is one serious office.
This is not the last time we'll see Johnny Depp.
I've been trying to figure out if this is Springsteen.
This guy just kind of goes with the room, and his big head provides a focal point in this shot.
What movie would you put in for this room? I'm thinking some Teletubbies or maybe Xanadu would be fun with the purple accent wall.
This one just makes me think of my second-favorite Chris Rock quote "That tiger didn't go crazy, that tiger went tiger!"
Cheesehead appeal. Great for real estate brochures in Green Bay.
The photographers cleverly picked up on the colors of the pool, adding to the connectivity between indoors and out.
A close up like this one lets us know just how big that TV is: her head looks bigger than the theater seats.
The structure in the scene adds to the architecture in the room. I think this is Evan Almighty.
A black and white film matches the photography in the room.
You can't go wrong with Marilyn.
I told you Johnny would be back. I like the burst of technicolor this choice adds to the neutral colored room.
This shot is begging for a Star Trek scene.
Her coloring actually matches this room.
This is one room where I won't advocate for a film to be playing. The bat cave needs some bat symbol concealment.
Nothing pretties up a room like Catherine Zeta Jones.
This says "my wife may not let me eat wings in these chairs, but I can still watch the game in here."
Flanking Tony Montana with palm trees is fitting.
I've heard this movie is really long, so I would certainly want to be sitting in a super luxe comfy chair like the ones pictured here while viewing it.
Is the polo game adding bit of Ralph Lauren inspiration to the room? Perhaps this will inspire the furniture choices.
There is some serious psychology going on here.
I am really confused – is this a reflection? And if so, why isn't the "7" backwards? Please advise.
If I squint really hard I think I see a surfer. The point of this screen choice is to create a focal point in the middle of the photograph.
This is a fun series of three that shows the difference between a set that's on and a set that's off. Here the set looks like a black hole.
This is an improvement, but the scene is a bit cluttered.
This one is the best choice.
This adds a friendly feeling to the image.
A perfect match to the room.
Another psych-out, this choice can fool you into thinking it's art. In fact, a Houzz member told me she bought a DVD of paintings to use for interior photography styling. I never would have thought of that.
I love the way they played the fire off the fire in the fireplace. Brilliant.
What goes with classic caramel leather? Classic black and white.
A pastoral choice for a relaxed and airy room.
This manly looking movie goes well with the masculine, rustic chic style of this room.
The only thing that might go better with this furniture is Fantasia.
I'm actually not sure if this is a television or a photograph over the fireplace.
The colors on the screen play off the color on the fireplace, especially the solid gray on the left side.
Seriously, and I thought I was addicted to television?