The show premiered to rave reviews, but survived only 29 episodes. To this day, it is my all time favorite TV series (sorry Lost).
I recently re-watched Twin Peaks season one, and I was surprised to see how well the cabin-chic decor held up (not to mention the creep-factor).
So in honor of the Twin Peaks Gold Edition DVD, releasing 10/30, here are my suggestions for bringing a little Lynch-inspired design to your home.
Red velvet curtains are must. They were everywhere from One-Eyed Jack's to dream sequences. Restoration Hardware has Vintage Velvet Drapes in Sienna for between $150 and $400.
A Faux Bois console from Crate and Barrel for $699. Log furniture, the log lady, log cabins. You can't conjure the Twin Peaks aesthetic with out a nod to knotty pine.
A modern cork version of the zig-zag floor from Agent Cooper's dreams. I wish my dreams were so stylish. $98 for 12 tiles at Branch.
And the look wouldn't be complete without a little taxidermy. A humane deer trophy from the Curiosity Shop, $450.