The setting for a television show is almost as important as the main characters. Over the years there have been many famous TV living rooms where we watched our favorite characters grow up, share valuable life lessons, and make us laugh. As far as living rooms go, you take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have…ahhh I’m getting side tracked.
Let’s revisit some of television’s most iconic living rooms, and recall the color schemes that made them special.
Who doesn’t love the notable comedian’s apartment? Featuring a crisp color palette highlighted by a color similar to old navy 2063-10 which feels modern and stylish, with a sophisticated, urban vibe.
The Facts of Life
Despite the dated design, many happy memories took place in this living setting. Flora AF-470 pairs effortlessly with traditional furnishings. This rich mid-tone green has an earthy, organic quality that’s warm and welcoming. A pop of brown sugar 2112-20 could enhance the dated look!
The King of Queens
From the looks of that table, someone’s been reading Into It or Over It and I would say they’re into it! This palette of earthy colors with a pop of warmed cognac creates a serene, grounded living space even in this spitfire comedy.
The Golden Girls
When I think about pink, I can’t help but think about the time the ladies tried to breed a mink (season 2, episode 1)! Needless to say this soft, pretty pink warms up the space and creates an inviting atmosphere where friends cane be like family.
Everybody Loves Raymond
Marie may have chosen wallpaper but this look could just as easily be achieved with paint. A punch of fun, playful gypsy love 2085-30 paired with guilford green HC-116, a crisp green, for an overall look that’s as scrumptious as Marie’s homemade lemon chicken.
I think its safe to say that Monica and Rachel did not fear color. Purple creates a powerful sense of drama and dimension. And that it did in every episode! Seduction 1399 is a beguiling shade of purple that relies on a touch of black to give it a mysterious appeal.