I’ve been looking forward to the Oscars all month and last night did not disappoint.  So many actresses brought their A-game to the red carpet that it was difficult to choose a “best dressed”.  However, following are 5 contenders who’s ensembles recalled some pretty spectacular interiors.  If Oscar gowns were rooms, they might look like this…

If Charlize Theron's Oscar Gown Were a Room

What do Charlize Theron and Max Azria’s foyer have in common?  Sparkling jewels that plunge to depths previously unimagined.  The color red.  Oh yes, and both make an arresting first impression.

If Tina Fey's Oscar Gown Were a Room

Seeing Tina Fey in a bold color was a rare treat.  She radiated in a flattering, royal purple dress and matching diamond-and-amethyst choker.  Feminine curves, limited adornments, and–of course–that stunning shade of violet–unite this opulent vanity and everyone’s favorite funny girl.

If Cate Blanchett's Oscar Gown Were a Room

Cate Blanchett is known for her daring red carpet choices.  She often takes risks in the name of fashion.  Last night the screen siren fluttered across the red carpet in a feather-embellished aqua gown.  Like Cate, this room wears aqua, incorporates feathers, and pushes the boundaries of classic design.

If Saoirse Ronan's Oscar Gown Were A Room

This kitchen and nominee Saoirse Ronan’s dress share a murky, sexy shade of green with a glittering sheen.  In the case of the kitchen, it’s thanks to a lacquer finish.  Ronan’s dress, on the other hand, is made metallic by thousands of sequins.

If Priyanka Chopra's Oscar Gown Were a Room

Priyanka Chopra, star of Quantico, may very well have stolen the show (at least on the red carpet) from her more seasoned peers at the 2016 Oscars last night.  She can only be described as drop dead gorgeous and the gown she chose was equally exquisite.  Like Khloe Kardashian’s dining room, Chopra is luminous in white with light filtering through lacy cutouts.

So who was best dressed?  I’m at a loss.  Tell us what you think in the comments.