Can I just live in a Nancy Meyers film set?

Three years ago, we renovated and expanded our 1926 bungalow - doubling its size to almost 3,000 square feet.  When we moved back in after 9 months, I was totally unprepared to furnish and decorate all the new rooms, spaces, nooks and crannies, etc. I was already overwhelmed and exhausted from running a brick and mortar and online children's store, plus my design business was growing and I was doing quite a few children's rooms. I put my own home on the back burner  and I'm almost happy that I did (almost). So, as we moved back into this new/old house, I started slowly collecting things that I loved, adding a layer here and there, and subtracting a layer sometimes when it felt not right, but ultimately creating a home that represents me, my family and our lifestyle...comfortable, eclectic, free of clutter but full of collections (if that makes sense). I keep a list of the things that I want for my home (or maybe my next home)...not specific items usually (though there are definitely some pricier fabrics I'd like to introduce and a few more custom furniture pieces), but more ideas of what makes me happy and what makes my home feel homey. Here's my running list in absolutely no particular order, just like my brain: 

mossy clay pots, butcher block counters, black matte hardware, white dove walls, vintage paintings, seashells, colorful flat weave rugs, wicker/rattan anything, grasscloth walls, white linen pinch pleat drapes, thin black french return curtain rods, lemon trees, all white bedding, extra long colorful bed bolsters, wall lamps, pleated fabric lampshades, large round mirrors, vintage hemp rugs, linen throws, hydrangea bushes, brass lanterns, white slipcovers, lavender, antique pine furniture, narrow benches, relaxed roman shades, myrtle topiaries, stocked bars....and so on and so forth...

When I was adding to this list earlier today (i.e.: lemon trees, antique pine furniture, vintage hemp rug to create a new upholstered headboard), I was simultaneously watching the movie It's Complicated. What a master Nancy Meyers is at both romantic comedies and film sets that have so much eye candy you have to stop, pause, rewind, fast forward, pause, rewind again...so gorgeous. Her set designer is truly a genius at creating magnificent rooms with layers and details that make me swoon. If I had to pinpoint my favorite decor style, it's definitely Nancy Meyers-esque. Photos of some faves below - and I didn't even include The Parent Trap (from 1998 and still timeless decor in those sets) or The Holiday (that cottage!, LA house!!, girls starry tent!, Jude Law!)...so much goodness.

It's Complicated /  Hooked on Houses

It's Complicated / Hooked on Houses

It's Complicated /  Hooked on Houses

It's Complicated / Hooked on Houses

Home Again / Architectural Digest

Home Again / Architectural Digest

Home Again /  Architectural Digest
Home Again /  Architectural Digest
The Intern /  Architectural Digest
The Intern /  Architectural Digest
The Intern /  Architectural Digest
The Intern /  Architectural Digest
Something's Gotta Give /  Modern Country Style

Something's Gotta Give / Modern Country Style