Aspire Design And Home Presents the Best-Dressed Rooms in TV and Film Awards

For the first time ever, the people who create the fabulous interiors of TV shows and films will get their own awards – “aspire design and home magazine’s Best-Dressed Rooms in TV and Film Awards.”

For the next two months, until the winners are chosen on April 22, aspire design and home will showcase the nominated production designers, set decorators and floral designers as well as examine design details the judges liked across all media platforms. In addition, the Elsie de Woolfe award will honor lifetime achievements.

The nominees are:

BEST CONTEMPORARY DESIGN
The Undoing
Billions
Malcolm & Marie
Succession
Grace and Frankie
Call My Agent

BEST PERIOD DESIGN
Bridgerton
The Crown
Mank
The Queen’s Gambit
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
The Great

BEST ROOM TO EVOKE NOSTALGIA
One Night in Miami
Mank
Ratched
The Queen’s Gambit
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

BEST FLORAL GARDENS or USE OF FLOWERS
Bridgerton
Emma
The Great
A Place to Call Home
The Crown
Enola Holmes

BEST ARTWORK DISPLAY
The Undoing
Bridgerton
Empire
Billions
The Crown
Succession

COOLEST DESIGN DETAIL FOR PLOT ENHANCEMENT
The Father
Ozark
Schitt’s Creek
The Queen’s Gambit
Bridgerton
Euphoria

BEST DINING ROOM OR KITCHEN EATING SCENE
The Crown
The Invisible Man
Mank
Succession
The Great
Bridgerton

BEST CHEAP CHIC DESIGN
Shameless
Nomadland
Schitt’s Creek
Judas and the Black Messiah
Jojo Rabbit

BEST BEDROOM DESIGN
Malcolm & Marie
The Undoing
Bridgerton
The Crown
Medicis
The Great

BEST USE OF SMALL SPACE
Nomadland
Boys in the Band
The Queen’s Gambit
Snow Piercer
One Night in Miami
Lucifer

BEST LIVING ROOM DESIGN
Malcolm & Marie
Emily in Paris
Ozark
The Queen’s Gambit
Bridgerton

BEST AMBIANCE IN LIGHTING
Outlander
Lupin
Ratched
Little Fires Everywhere
The Queen’s Gambit
Babylon Berlin

BEST COSTUMES TO ENHANCE DECOR
Bridgerton
The Queen’s Gambit
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Schitt’s Creek
The Undoing
Emma

BEST USE OF PUBLIC SPACE SUCH AS MUSEUM OR BUILDING
Lupin
The Undoing
Call My Agent
Emily in Paris
The Crown
Judas the Black Messiah

BEST HOTEL ROOM
Call My Agent
Bridgerton
Ratched
Schitt’s Creek
The Queen’s Gambit
One Night in Miami

ELSIE DE WOLFE AWARD
Stephen Hendrickson
Bill Groom
Jane Musky
Anna Pinnock
Bo Welch

Judges:

Derek McLane | Has designed more than 350 productions throughout the United States and around the world working for Broadway, Off-Broadway and major live television. He won a Tony Award for ‘33 Variations’ and Emmy Awards for his work for the 2014-2018 Oscars. Broadway credits include: ‘Moulin Rouge’ and ‘Beautiful:The Carole King Musical’

Chazz Palminteri | Writer / Director/ Oscar-nominated actor for “Bullets Over Broadway” who also wrote and produced Broadway’s “A Bronx Tale.” Among his film credits are “Unusual Suspects” and a recurring role in TV’s “Modern Family” and most recently stars in “Godfather of Harlem.”

Jenny Tobin | Floral designer for over 20 Oscar and B.A.F.T.A. nominated films including “The Favourite,” “Fantastic Beasts 1 & 2,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” as well as “Cinderella” and most recently, “Cursed.”

Alexander Gorlin | Award-winning architect based in New York and Miami specializing in the Modernistic aesthetic. In addition to his design work, Mr. Gorlin is also a noted architectural critic and scholar.

Peter Pennoyer | Award-winning International Architect specializing in classical architecture.

Katie Ridder | Renowned New York-based interior designer. Katie’s most recent Book, More Rooms, features many of her widely published projects. Her company also makes wallpapers and fabrics.

Fernando Wong | An award-winning internationally recognized landscape designer who has been called one of the most important landscape designers in America. His new television show, “Clipped” with Martha Stewart on the HGTV and Discovery Plus channels debuts in March.

Kit Kemp | London-based interior designer, author and co-owner and creative director of Firmdale Hotels.

Beth Kushnick | A set decorator in film and TV for over 35 years. Films include “Reversal of Fortune,” “Jumanji,” “Frequency.” Television work includes “The Good Wife,” “The Good Fight,” “Law & Order: Trial by Jury,” and “Evil.” Beth was also the set decorator for The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s lauded Costume Collection exhibition, ​The Model as Muse,​ and has designed the first home decor license in TV history with Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams. Her most recent projects are the Ed Burns series, Bridge and Tunnel and a podcast, Decorating The Set: From Hollywood To Your Home.

Lydia Marks | Set decorator and interior designer for over 20 years. Projects include “Devil Wears Prada,” the “Sex and the City” movies and the lauded rooftop of the Strand Hotel.” She’s currently working on HBO’s “Time Traveler’s Wife” as well as private clients.

Melinda Ritz | Emmy award-winning set designer for shows including “Will and Grace”. Interior decorator for Ellen Degeneres, Ryan Seacrest, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, and the Brody House.

Kathleen Renee White | An interior decorator with clients including Robin Wright, she has over 25 years experience nationally and internationally as a commercial set decorator,. She built and managed an Italian modern showroom ECCOLA and is currently a feature film shopper/buyer on REAGAN with Dennis Quaid, Penelope Anne Miller, and Jon Voight.

Amy Sneider | Amy Sneider is the founding editor of aspire design and home magazine. From its inception it was important to Amy to work with emergent and eminent architects, artisans, designers, developers and tastemakers, to present a global guide to in-depth and varied views of beauty and shelter that stirs imagination.

Alexandra Peers | Art Critic and former arts editor at Wall Street Journal and New York Observer.

Merle Ginsberg | A design and culture journalist specializing in style who writes for Harper’s Bazaar, Elle Decor, Town and Country, The Daily Beast, The Hollywood Reporter, The New York Times T, The L.A. Times and Los Angeles Magazine.

Cornelia Guest | Actress and style icon

Courtney Sloane | Interior decorator who has created residential and corporate environments for clients ranging from Disney to Queen Latifah and Sean “P. Diddy” Combs.

Jeff Sneider | The Senior Film Reporter at Collider, where he breaks film and television news and curates the Up-and-Comer of the Month column in addition to hosting The Sneider Cut podcast and the awards-themed series For Your Consideration with Scott Mantz and Perri Nemiroff.

Roger Friedman | Movie and television critic who runs ​showbiz411.com​. A documentary film producer, he also has worked at Fox, Forbes and New York Magazine.

John Farr | Film Critic, Best Movies by Farr and founder of the Bedford Playhouse

Bill McCuddy | Entertainment reporter and movie critic for G​ oldDerby.com,​ the New York Post and PBS All Arts.

Gail Davis | Interior designer specializing in contemporary design

Gianna Palminteri | Independent filmmaker

Young Huh | Interior designer specializing in residential and commercial design and known for a romantic fresh flair.

Jill Brooke | Entertainment correspondent for CNN, Post columnist and later became editor in chief of Avenue, Travel Savvy. She also covered decor for Galerie, Metropolitan Home, the Home section of the New York Times and also wrote for AD. She is the founder of flowerpowerdaily.com​, which looks at how flowers appear in pop culture and news stories as well as an aspire design and home contributing editor.

LouAnn Berglund Haaf | Editor-in-chief of “Cambria Style” magazine.

Photography courtesy of Netflix (“The Queen’s Gambit,” “Malcolm & Marie,” “Bridgerton), Amazon (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”) and HBO (“Judas and the Black Messiah”).

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