Nancy Meyers' 'Intern' Set Is Designer Porn For Her Biggest Fans

When you type 'Nancy Meyers' into Google, the first four items to come up in suggested search are: "movies, Instagram, kitchen and Pinterest" — in that order. This shouldn't come as a surprise. After all, Meyers is as known for her female-centered films as she is for her immaculate set design. (She uses Pinterest to collect design ideas for her films.) In The Intern, Meyers' latest feminist designer-porn dramedy starring Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro, the director certainly doesn't disappoint. One look at the trailer and it's clear that Meyers' signature elegance helped put together the sets featured in the film, specifically the factory-turned Brooklyn office of Hathaway's character's online fashion startup. The office, a clean, white, open space, is drool-worthy, not unlike Meyer's previous sets in It's Complicated and Something's Gotta Give. But, how does Nancy Meyers' Intern set design compare to her previous films?

Well, for one thing, the set of The Intern is already on the market. That's right, you can buy select pieces from the set of The Intern. The luxury site, One Kings Lane, which collaborated with Meyers on the creation of The Intern, is currently hosting a sale of pieces directly from the set. Among the items for sale are a white chair with dark wood turned legs for $1,299, an cream couch for $2,299, and a white wicker rocking chair for just $299.

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"Anne Hathaway's character, Jules, is the founder of a website that sells women's clothing. Because she's in fashion, we assumed she had a good sense of style and probably bought quite a few things from One Kings Lane!" Meyers told the website.

Outside of One Kings Lane, Meyers also relied heavily on Pinterest to create the look of The Intern. Meyers told Entertainment Weekly that she was inspired to join Pinterest while working on this film, particularly when designing her brownstone home.

"Designing the brownstone was a lot of fun for me, because Jules isn't Meryl Streep or Diane Keaton, or somebody my age. I had a lot of fun using Pinterest to get inspired," Meyers said.

The Intern set items available for purchase come from a range of places featured in the film, including Jules' office and her home. And, while fans will no doubt jump at the chance to get a piece of Meyers' newest stunning set, here are a few items from previous Meyers films I'd love to get my hands on.

Meryl Streep's Kitchen — It's Complicated

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Confession: I do not know how to cook. However, if I had a kitchen like Streep's character, Jane Adler, had in It's Complicated, I would learn quickly just to have an excuse to sit out there and snack. It's impossible to look at those pots and pans and not have the desire to make something delicious.

The Beach House — Something's Gotta Give

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The most striking design choice in Something's Gotta Give has got to be Diane Keaton's turtlenecks. But the gorgeous beach house (mansion?) is a close second. It just looks so relaxing and comfortable, and I want it.

The Blanket Fort — The Holiday

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Either these little girls are engineering geniuses, or this blanket fort is held up by magic. Or it's a set piece that took hours to construct. Whatever. The point is, it is the most beautiful and enchanting blanket/pillow fort ever to have graced the planet.

The Cottage — The Holiday

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Don't get me wrong, I totally lust after the L.A. mansion Cameron Diaz trades to go live in Kate Winslet's British home, but there's something about that cozy cottage that just looks too good to be true. Covered in snow and full of fun, colorful accents, it seems like the perfect place to curl up under a warm blanket with a cup of hot chocolate and a good book.

In short: Nancy Meyers, please design my life.

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