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Possibly the most over-the-top space of all, the dining room is lined with gold wallpaper and topped with a chandelier.

Possibly the most over-the-top space of all, the dining room is lined with gold wallpaper and topped with a chandelier.

Production designer Judy Becker talks about creating two of the film’s most notable – and wildly different – sets: the sleek and sophisticated apartment of Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams), and the over-the-top ranch house of Rosalyn Rosenfeld (Jennifer Lawrence).

The Glam '70s Style of 'American Hustle'

Production designer Judy Becker talks about creating two of the film’s most notable – and wildly different – sets: the sleek and sophisticated apartment of Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams), and the over-the-top ranch house of Rosalyn Rosenfeld (Jennifer Lawrence).

After a massive home transformation such as this one, everything has to be restored to its original state. “Restoration is a big part of our workload, and one that not many people know about since it does not appear onscreen!” Becker says.

After a massive home transformation such as this one, everything has to be restored to its original state. “Restoration is a big part of our workload, and one that not many people know about since it does not appear onscreen!” Becker says.

Production designer Judy Becker talks about creating two of the film’s most notable – and wildly different – sets: the sleek and sophisticated apartment of Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams), and the over-the-top ranch house of Rosalyn Rosenfeld (Jennifer Lawrence).

The Glam '70s Style of 'American Hustle'

Production designer Judy Becker talks about creating two of the film’s most notable – and wildly different – sets: the sleek and sophisticated apartment of Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams), and the over-the-top ranch house of Rosalyn Rosenfeld (Jennifer Lawrence).

Every inch of the house was covered in vintage foil-patterned wallpaper, carpeted, furnished and switched out with vintage appliances. “It may not be tasteful, but it’s a feast for the eyes – and tells you immediately who Rosalyn is,” says Becker.

Every inch of the house was covered in vintage foil-patterned wallpaper, carpeted, furnished and switched out with vintage appliances. “It may not be tasteful, but it’s a feast for the eyes – and tells you immediately who Rosalyn is,” says Becker.

Inside the Homes of 'American Hustle'

Becker says they scouted many ranch houses in Medford, but they were attracted to this one for its layout. The family room leads directly into a casual dining area.

Inside the Homes of 'American Hustle'

Tour 'American Hustle' Producer Megan Ellison's Los Angeles Home | Houses | HGTV FrontDoor

Tour 'American Hustle' Producer Megan Ellison's Los Angeles Home | Houses | HGTV FrontDoor

Int. London Associates 2: Interior of the London Associates offices set with custom designed and built burled walnut desk which was modeled after a period reference meant to evoke power, style and glamour as seen in Columbia Pictures' AMERICAN HUSTLE.  Production Design by Judy Becker Photo by:  Jesse Rosenthal

Int. London Associates 2: Interior of the London Associates offices set with custom designed and built burled walnut desk which was modeled after a period reference meant to evoke power, style and glamour as seen in Columbia Pictures' AMERICAN HUSTLE. Production Design by Judy Becker Photo by: Jesse Rosenthal

Sydney Apartment 1: Set of Sydney's (played by Amy Adams) apartment.  Built on a stage and inspired by "White Brick" apartment buildings on Manhattan's Upper East Side popular among single women in the 70's and 80's.  This set was minimal and stylish with vintage parquet floor tiles with additional fabrication to match.  As seen in Columbia Pictures' AMERICAN HUSTLE.  Production Design by Judy Becker Photo by:  Alex Linde

Sydney Apartment 1: Set of Sydney's (played by Amy Adams) apartment. Built on a stage and inspired by "White Brick" apartment buildings on Manhattan's Upper East Side popular among single women in the 70's and 80's. This set was minimal and stylish with vintage parquet floor tiles with additional fabrication to match. As seen in Columbia Pictures' AMERICAN HUSTLE. Production Design by Judy Becker Photo by: Alex Linde

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