Design inspiration is literally everywhere we look—even without even leaving the house, or the sofa for that matter. That’s right, we’re talking about movies. But we don’t always notice it if we don’t know what to watch, which is why we curated a movie and TV-watching marathon guide for all the interior design inspiration you could possibly need. Get these stories queued up if you love both entertainment and design, from the coolest teen bedrooms to behind-the-scenes interviews with creatives in the industry, and color palette guidance seen in the most beautiful scenes in cinematic history. Get ready for some eye-candy and endlessly stylish entertainment ahead.
All over the world, car museums are beloved for their documentation and preservation of the automotive industry’s wonders and charm. Cars are sculptural objects—a manifestation of the drive for speed, efficiency, authority, and beauty—and, like most three-dimensional forms, are best appreciated when viewed in person. But given the necessary limitations on movement and gathering wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, these sites are currently closed. Fortunately, for those of us who love cars, or simply need a fresh distraction, many of the world’s leading automotive museums have digitized their holdings and are offering virtual tours of their facilities during this crisis. The sites below all focus on the glories of wheeled transportation, but each comes at its mission very differently, reflecting the diversity and wonder of the automobile. Join us in a tour.
The Petersen was founded in Los Angeles by automotive publishing magnate Robert Petersen