Capturing that L.A. look in ‘The Kids Are Allright’
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The Venice family home where lesbian moms Nic (Annette Bening) and Jules (Julianne Moore) are raising their teenage kids in the new movie “The Kids Are All Right” is decorated with pages-from-a-catalog furniture and just a touch of earth-loving bohemianism, down to the Indonesian teak dining table and chairs in the kitchen, says production designer Julie Berghoff. Which is key, because much of the drama unfolds around eating -- and drinking. Read on at our Home blog about capturing the L.A. look.
Photo: Director Lisa Cholodenko, center, with actresses Mia Wasikowska, left, and Julianne Moore on the set of “The Kids Are Allright.” Credit: Suzanne Tenner