Monica and Rachel’s apartment from “Friends” © Brandi Roberts/Fantasy Floorplans
Do you get distracted watching your favorite television shows because you’re too busy trying to figure out Don Draper’s address or how the heck Monica and Rachel afford that massive Greenwich Village apartment? If so, we’ve got the perfect piece of wall art for you. Fantasy Floorplans (h/t Bezar) are hand-drawn blueprints of the apartments and homes in your favorite TV shows. From “Friends” to “Mad Men” to “Sex and the City” to “The Jeffersons,” tons of popular NYC-based television shows are included. And for our friends outside the big apple, the floorplans cover locations throughout the country from shows that aired as far back as the 1950s.
Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment
Fantasy Floorplan artist Brandi Roberts considers watching TV “research.” With a degree in interior design and a love for drawing, pop culture, and television, she launched her career drawing floorplans of fictional homes. To date she’s created more than 135 plans spanning seven decades.
More than the novelty of the floorplans, Brandi notes that they show how life has evolved over the years. “America has come a long way since the era of the twin beds on “I Love Lucy” and “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” she says.
Don and Megan Draper’s apartment © Brandi Roberts/Fantasy Floorplans
The art pieces are available on matte white backgrounds with either blue (to give the traditional blueprint look) or black ink, and they come in four sizes.
Browse through all the Fantasy Floorplans here.
All images © Brandi Roberts/Fantasy Floorplans
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