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The King's Speech

See the gilded accents of the 1930s.

The King's Speech (2010) won a few Oscars, and we think it's also worthy of a set design mention. Director Tom Hooper met the challenge of creating a 1930s period piece, with interiors reflecting the grandeur and luxury of the royal palace at the time. These subdued olive green walls are the perfect backdrop to the gold moulding and elaborate sculptures. And nothing says British royalty like a gold and white tea set.

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