True Blood Interior Designs
True Blood’s setting definitely prompts for some dark and opulent set designs. Don’t you think? From the start of the series we see the main heroine’s house in cottage country style with yellow paisley wallpaper, distressed furniture and dark hardwood floors.
The house was given a garden-like makeover in season two when Maryanne occupied the estate despite having her own impressive mansion with a pool (below).
The vampires in True Blood world are living luxuriously. Take for instance, Queen Sophie-Ann’s mansion or King of Missisppi’s home. The first one is actually a Malibu estate that was for sale at $75 million in 2010. The 20,000 square foot house boasts a “saline and ozone” infinity pool, spacious greenhouse and a lion from the base of Mount Vesuvius over two thousand years old.
Bill Compton’s house first old and dishevelled gets a complete renovation later in the series when Bill becomes a king of Louisiana. The house features a luxusious home office with bookshelves and aligator skin seats where king receives his visitors. The hallway is finished with gold patterned wallpaper, white molding and darkwood floors.
The King of Mississippi Russel Edgington, while he still was a king, has resided in this beautiful Longwood mansion in real Mississippi. The interior boasts lavish decor with luxurious woods and tiles in furnishings and finishings.
Season five shows us the Vampire Authority’s opulent interiors. The new character Salome’s bodouir styled in old Hollywood way in red and gold color scheme, patterns and detailed architecture.
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