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Decorate your home with minimal art of your favorite TV sets

Decorate your home with minimal art of your favorite TV sets

Illustration for the article Download and Print Minimalist Art of Your Favorite TV Sets

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After many years of watching a TV show and learning about the characters, it may seem like our own extension through their homes. In fact, there have been some popular interior design trends from the last few decades Sitcom is at least partially inspired by the setsIncluding the popularity of a particular shade of pur da color used in Monica Gellar’s apartment in “Friends” (it Pantone 18-3838 TCX Ultra Violet).

Now, you can ingeniously display your positive feelings for these fictional residences by an artist who has created minimalist art that has some iconic sets in the history of television. Here’s how to decorate your walls with Artie Tech on your favorite TV show sets, Just like Pam.

How to download and print this TV inspired art

Pop culture-inspired home decor is nothing new, but These 15 minimalist films of sets from beloved TV shows There is a lot of improvement on the combination of TV and movie posters you can hang in your living room. Pieces — each available Download and printBrazilian artist Fred Birch, Well known from him Pop Culture Costume Poster Series, And hired team at Home

The TV shows were shown Include:

  • Friends
  • Seinfeld
  • The Golden Girls
  • Office
  • The Simpsons
  • Star Trek
  • Downton Abbey
  • It’s always sunny in Philadelphia
  • Game of Thrones
  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Gilmore Girls
  • Stranger Things
  • In the Big Bang theory
  • Posture
  • EastEnders (Long-running British soap opera)

Below each image you will find a link to download the printable version. Downloadable posters do not have the company logo on them, so they look more like you want to buy on ETC than a false advertisement.

And if you are interested in why Home We chose to commission this particular piece of art, and so did we, so we asked about it. The idea came from a brainstorming session: the team identified the interior design as one of the main reasons why homeowners use the site and it went from there.

“It kept us thinking, how do we bring a new spirit for people looking to grow their homes? It’s led to a debate around our favorite TV shows, and how some TV houses look like a character in it — for example the Simpsons house or Monica’s apartment,” site spokesman Lifehacker said. Says. “We chose the minimalist approach because we want the final images to be available as printable posters so readers can hang a piece of decor on their walls.”

If you are redesigning your space in your weekend plans, these prints are a quick and inexpensive way to inject a little (pop) culture into your home. Jorge Costanza in his lingerie at the Chaise Lounge.

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