5 Interiors that Could Be Sets for TV Shows
The television industry has grown in epic proportions in the last decade – while only a few select programs used to be the rage in the literal tail end of the last millennia, the small screen has become way more popular now. There are TV shows on various channels in a variety of genres ranging from fantasy, contemporary, political, criminal, dramedy, comedy and more. While the big screen would always have a special place in Hollywood, the small screen is just as essential when it comes to offering entertainment. Shows like Supernatural, Grey’s Anatomy, Gilmore Girls, Vampire Diaries, The Flash and Arrow have become a small screen cultural phenomenon that have been running for the better part of a decade – these characters, their lives and homes have become an essential part of the show’s psyche for the viewers, and recreating and getting inspiration from these shows to alter our own living spaces is only the natural order of things. So keeping that in mind, we’ll be looking at a few interiors that could be the sets for our favorite TV shows.
When Jess moved into that apartment with her three boys, we all wondered just what kind of hilarity would ensue – and weren’t disappointed in the least. This interior has an uncanny similarity to the open floor semi-studio space that Jess shares with her three roommates – even the warm, wooden tones match!
Fresh Off the Boat
Eddie Huang and his family might have stepped fresh off the boat in the late nineties, but the aesthetic of that small town suburbia still carries to this date – this small style living room with the requisite couch and media system would have been heaven for the Huang boys.
Oliver Queen thrives on his stealthy moves and chic aesthetic, and that is exactly what this apartment represents – a camouflaged aura with all the sleek gadgets you could wish for along with fixtures designed for both aesthetics as well as function.
The Men of Letters Bunker might be Sam and Dean’s permanent address, but their relevant aesthetic would always be a lived in sort of minimalism. This apartment manages to carry that homely yet stark vibe that the Winchester brothers are so used to living in when it comes to thinking of home – a creative and distinctive venture altogether.
Meredith Grey might have moved out of the dream house after losing McDreamy, but that aesthetic would forever live with us in beautiful memories – and constant reruns. The overall impact of that particular home was lavish, yet homely at the same time, and the interior below manages to be just that in the simplest of ways.