5 tv rooms we wished we lived in
It's a TV set. We get it. However, that doesn't mean we can't dream about making those rooms our very own.
Published Feb 6, 2015 4:00 PM
‘once upon a time’
Snow White’s converted warehouse apartment has all the charm of a vintage cottage with its exposed brick and distressed finishes. Adding on to its charm, the apartment’s high ceilings and high windows add the finishes touches to a space fit for a modern day princess.
The gang’s quirky character shined through in their eclectic loft. Its laid back style – complete with a basketball hoop – is the epitome of LA style. Not to mention, it is also the perfect space to play a round of True American.
‘the mindy project’
We have serious envy when it comes to Mindy’s Greenwich Village pad. Complete with a spiral staircase, a walk-in closet and a craft corner, we only have one question – when can we move in?
‘girls meet world’
Riley’s bedroom is a nothing short of a teenage dream. Quirky details like her colorful plush carpet complement the room’s bright hues. With such a creative and fun atmosphere, we definitely understand why Maya and Riley spend hours sitting and talking on the SoHo apartment’s bay window.
NYC’s Upper East Side meets the 1960s in Don Draper’s post-war apartment on Mad Men. With its sleek, modern furniture, white-glazed brick and sunken living room, we’ve never seen an apartment quite as hip.