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More TV Blueprints

July 13, 2012
by thenestinggame

Last summer, right about this time actually, I posted about these awesome blueprints of famous TV homes belonging to the likes of the Bradys and the Jeffersons.

Well, this week, while watching the blissfully Ann Curry-free Today show, I learned about another source for TV blueprints featuring some more modern homes, Fantasy Floorplans.

I love the little touches the artist adds, like the second-hand smoke clouds in Betty and Don Draper’s Ossning, NY kitchen.


And the layout of Carrie Bradshaw’s dream closet, with the Fendi Clutch on the bed.  I do wish she’d added Carrie’s rotary phone.


Here’s the most famous peephole in all of TV. Scene of the Rachel/Ross “Over me? When were you… under me?” scuffle over the cordless phone.

And the birthplace of Jerry and George’s halfbaked schemes and Elaine’s dance floor.

There are lots more homes to explore. Tony and Carmela’s Jersey Estate, Dexter’s Miami Lair, Charlotte’s Upper East Side Classic Six, even commercial spaces like Cheers and Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. Aren’t they fun? I’m so glad there are people who love TV as much as I do.

Fantasy Floorplans can be yours for less than 50 bucks for a 13×19, and less for smaller sizes.

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  1. July 13, 2012 11:36 am

    Believe it or not, I’d never seen Mad Men until about a month ago. And then I watched (or at least listened to) something like 10 episodes in 2 days doing the marathon grout job on our new tub surround. (No cable and usually no time for TV.) But growing up, TV was on in our house 24/7. OK, maybe 18/7. I remember going to the state fair one year and seeing a model of the Little House on the Prairie cabin made by a girl my own age. I was so jealous! Should’ve known then I’d someday become enthralled with homes–both fantasy and real.

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