polo hotel las vegas Have Decor Buys Inspired by Your Favorite TV Shows
What’s the best TV show of all time?
It’s an impossible question, and one that incites debate among fans everywhere.
From Pheobe’s lobster theory in Friends to Megan’s performance of “Zou Bisou Bisou” in Mad Men, there are countless moments from TV history that remain with us forever. But it’s not just the lovable characters and unforgettable plot twists that stay with us the kitchens, bedrooms and hang out spots that become so familiar to us, we start to feel like we’re part of the show.
We spent so much time watching meals, squabbles,
parties and milestones occur in Monica Geller’s kitchen feels like we’ve gone looking for leftovers in that classic white fridge ourselves. The set design of your favorite shows is more important than you might realize, and plays a central role in how we remember our favorite characters and episodes.
We can’t discuss icons in television without bringing up Carrie Bradshaw. But where did fashion’s on screen darling store her shoe collection, brainstorm her best column ideas and order the city’s best takeout? While her living quarters were pretty great for a single woman in New York, it wasn’t over the top (except that walk in closet, of course). Carrie had plenty of shelving for her books and magazines, decorative storage bins (we’d imagine were the home to additional shoes) and chairs that doubled as nightstands. There was something refreshing about watching a woman whose clothes were impossible to replicate living in an apartment that felt relatable.