by Mayra David
Don't you love a good style round-up of Tinseltown interiors? Very often, the spaces that are featured on these lists belong to a female character (think the swoon-worthy interiors in Nancy Meyer films!). We thought it was about time some male characters’ spaces got their share of the limelight.
(above) 500 Days of Summer (2009)
Tom, a trained architect, lives in a downtown L.A. The loft-like space is full of touches that showcase his love of architecture. But the most striking feature is that blackboard wall behind his bed, which Tom uses throughout the film to showcase art, mementos and buildings. And yes, he also draws himself a headboard.