Tom Haverford’s house, Parks and Rec: However much of an idiot he is, Tom Haverford does things in style. Including his crib. We really can’t make up our minds about this man’s house. Is it incredibly cool or incredibly gay that he has hand moisturiser and exfoliator lying around at random? Or a soft-as-a cloud-bed made with seven zillion thread count linen?
The studio guest house, Bunheads: Michelle from Bunheads moves into a studio apartment/garage so gorgeous that it made us cry (and that’s saying a lot, considering one of us works in an interiors magazine) Lamps shaped like bee hives, pale walls, a wicker rocking chair, a royal blue bathtub with Queen Anne legs, screen doors with a view.
Joey and Chandler’s, Friends : In stark contrast to the perpetually pretty apartment next door, Joey and Chandler’s apartment has gone through some good and bad phases. The wall unit that didn’t really fit, the barcaloungers, the replacement barcalounger with an attached ice box and speakers, the foosball table, the boat couch, the picture-of-a-baby-on-the-wall-and-potpourri-on the table, so many phases; so much personality.
House’s House, House MD (haha): Now this is a house we’d love to live in. Warm colour scheme, Books lining the walls= one million (approximate), Grand piano (one) and scotch (that never runs out). House’s apartment is pure class.
Sherlock Holmes’ house, Sherlock Holmes: 221 B Baker Street, Sherlock Holmes’ apartment is a mix of eclectic and confused genius. A printed wall with bullets lodged in it, a leather couch, a study table and human thumbs in the refrigerator. The apartment will tell you who the resident is even if you didn’t ask.