So iconic are Wes Anderson’s onscreen interiors that they’ve fostered a multitude of tribute Instagram accounts, including my favourite, @accidentallywesanderson. Filled with saturated colour, pleasing symmetry and a plethora of exquisite detail, these are sets to make your heart truly sing. For maximalist inspiration it has to be The Royal Tenenbaum’s New York townhouse, where Turkish rugs, raspberry walls and dark wood panelling are complimented by a series of enviable light fittings, and where Margot’s room, papered in an exotic, deep red zebra motif is most definitely a mood. Also unmissable are the saccharine sets of The Grand Budapest Hotel, an Art Nouveau masterpiece filmed in the Görlitzer Warenhaus department store in Germany. With its sugared-almond colour palette and abundance of archways, the 2014 film has since inspired a multitude of bar, restaurant and residential interiors, while Bar Luce at the Prada Foundation in Milan is designed by Wes Anderson himself.