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The Father of the Bride House Is for Sale—Take a Peek Inside and Shop the Look It seems in all of Nancy Meyers’s films, the unspoken third star is the film’s interiors. From the Vermont house in Baby Boom to the Napa wine country villa in The Parent Trap, a Nancy Meyers movie has always had a certain aesthetic appeal. Who doesn’t remember fawning over the Banks’s stunning California home in Father of the Bride, with its perfect creeping roses, the walkway that George laid brick-by-brick, and that driveway basketball hoop from one of the most tear-jerking movie scenes of all time? Now the real-life house in Alhambra, California, is on the market for just under $2 million. And while the rose vines and white picket fence are gone and the portico has been changed, there’s still charm for days in the sprawling 4,397-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home. And yes, the basketball hoop is still there. The Father of the Bride home may have won our hearts, but the cultish obsession with Meyers’s sets really reached new heights with Something’s Gotta Give and It’s Complicated—the adored romantic comedies about the 50-plus set. From the perfect Hamptons beach house filled with white furniture and books to the Santa Barbara ranch-style home made for entertaining, we have to admit: Her signature look is difficult to resist. Here, our favorite products for homes inspired by four of her most classic and stunningly decorated films. Vogue may earn compensation on these sales through affiliate programs.
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Sundays. Savers at 2620 Carlisle NE is part of a family of for-profit retail stores in the U.S. and Canada that benefit local charities. The store is similar to Thrift Town, with mostly clothing. However, it also carries a variety of bedding, curtains, tablecloths and towels. The housewares section has a small selection of furniture, TVs, electronics, kitchen appliances, glassware, plates, pots and pans and framed art. Perhaps the best known thrift chain is Goodwill Industries, which has eight locations in the Albuquerque and Rio Rancho area that sell donated clothing and household items. Antique and collectible stores clustered on Central between San Mateo and Washington and on North Fourth Street offer an opportunity to find period furniture and other household items as well as the uniquely weird. Motique @ Nobhill at 4716 Central SE opened two years ago specializing in higher-end antiques for the discerning buyer.
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