All the Style of Famous TV Homes, Now in Yours!
Inside America's Favorite TV Homes
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From Archie Bunker’s Barcalounger to the framed peephole on
Friends, sitcom decor sets the tone of our favorite shows—
and defines the lives of its characters. Now Sitcom Style
brings you a behind-the-scenes peek inside more than two
dozen of the most recognizable homes in American pop
culture: the sets of our favorite TV shows from the past
The sets of situation comedies aren’t just a collection of
random props that surround the actors; they’re statements
of style. They’re designed to convey a particular mood, to
both reflect and enhance the personalities of the people
who live in them—just like anyone’s home. So Sitcom Style
is more than a glimpse into a make-believe world; it’s also
a fascinating exploration of how to bring personal style
into your own living room. Set designers share their
secrets and strategies for creating some of the most
thought-out homes in America, and you can learn how to
recreate these styles in your own home, complete with
What’s more, Sitcom Style is also a nostalgic stroll
through the most beloved locations in the American
consciousness. From the early days of I Love Lucy, The
Addams Family, and I Dream of Jeannie through seventies’
favorites like Three’s Company and Happy Days to the
eighties’ The Cosby Show and Roseanne and recent megahits
like Friends, Sex and the City, and Will & Grace, Sitcom
Style is an at-a-glance look at how America has lived for
the past fifty years. And for true TV buffs, each chapter
includes information on the set designers, years of
production, favorite quotes, and trivia.
A completely unique combination of pop culture and interior
design, Sitcom Style is a must whether you love the TV
world or want to spice up your own decor at home.
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