These TV Show Interiors Are Inspiring Our Decorating

These TV Show Interiors Are Inspiring Our Decorating

These TV Show Interiors Are Inspiring Our Decorating
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If you’re looking for something new to watch on TV, there’s no shortage of programs that are packed with eye candy for lovers of great design. From the wildly luxe regency-era interiors of Bridgerton to the mid-century-style New York apartments featured in Only Murders In The Building, we rounded up some of the shows inspiring our decorating right now (and we promise — no spoiler alerts!).
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Only Murders in the Building
The Disney+ show is now in its second season and the apartments have us dreaming of stylish New York living. If the buzzy murder mystery story isn’t enough to entice you, the interiors certainly will. Steve Martin’s character has a striking kitchen filled with mid-century modern touches and lots of bold color and pattern.
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Beyond the kitchen is a fabulous foyer with geometric wallpaper and a glamorous chandelier.
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Meanwhile, Martin Short’s character’s home is all about maximalism (and maybe a little bit of clutter). His spacious living room is featured throughout the series, which as adorned with classic window coverings, tufted seating, an eclectic mix of lighting, art and even a piano.
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It’s a true NYC apartment with Broadway memorabilia throughout, highlighting the character’s theatre career. We’re also taking note of the classic parquet floors and hits of wallpaper framed by molding.
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The Gilded Age
This show is packed to the gills with late 19th century New York-style spaces. Many of them are inspired by the palatial homes built by the Vanderbilt family. The show name drops Stanford White as the designer of this home — a real interior designer who worked on Fifth Avenue mansions during that time period.
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Anatomy Of A Scandal
While a British politician and his wife walk through their home arguing in this Netflix drama, you might find yourself tuning them out as you stare at the gorgeous interiors. The rooms definitely steal the spotlight.
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Throughout the elegant London home you’ll see lots of stunning wallpaper, ornate fireplace mantels and perfectly styled coffee tables. One of our favorite touches? Those amazing floor-t0-ceiling built-in bookshelves!
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The characters can be seen strolling in and out of the kitchen, which features a beautiful butcherblock island and birch-tree motif wallpaper.
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Flight Attendant
This edge-of-your-seat thriller can be incredibly stressful to watch, but the inside of Kaley Cuoco’s California bungalow is so calming, you might just want to pause and take it in. Her home has a Cali-cool vibe with rattan lamps, blue walls and lots of creamy furniture.
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Her character can be also be seen spending time in this luxe hotel lobby, complete with a marble surround bar with modern lighting.
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We also couldn’t help but notice the exquisite fireplace, impressive chandelier and show-stopping marble that graces the walls and floors of the lobby.
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Time Traveler’s Wife
The HBO adaptation of the beloved book Time Traveler’s Wife is meant to intrigue its viewers through time travel, it’s the cool industrial-style home that’s the most enviable. The real showstopper is the floor-to-ceiling fireplace clad in concrete.
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Bridgerton
The scandal-filled series premiered its second season earlier this year and once again, the vibrant interiors did not disappoint. In Queen Charlotte’s palace, the walls are punctuated by elegant gold details, oversized mirrors, portraiture and  red velvet drapes.
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The Bridgerton family home is a little more understated, with herringbone wood floors, cream-colored walls, and arched walkways.
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Conversations With Friends
The latest adaptation of a Sally Rooney novel is this Hulu show that features European-style interiors. The main character shares a flat with a roommate, and while his place isn’t much to look at, a seaside Victorian home belonging to their new friends is. The Scandi-style dining room features wood furniture, a hanging bubble lamp and printed drapes.
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Similarly, the living room has a relaxed vibe with textured walls in a gray-blue palette, slouchy seating and sheepskin throws.
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Author: Alexandra Whyte

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