Iconic television homes
From Seinfeld's city apartment to the Bradys' retro ranch, check out these sets that some of TV's most popular characters called home.
15 iconic TV homes
From Monica's New York City apartment in "Friends" to the '60s staircase in "The Brady Bunch," check out these legendary TV sets that are home to audiences nationwide.
Carrie Bradshaw's closet in "Sex and the City" was stuffed with a woman's wardrobe dreams during the hit show's six seasons.
With exposed brick walls, an open floor plan and a locker-room style bathroom, it's hard to believe that the characters in "New Girl" can afford the rent in this spacious California loft, but that's the power of TV.
This spacious 2-bedroom New York City apartment hosted 10 seasons of drama and laughs between characters Monica, Chandler, Joey, Rachel, Ross and Phoebe.
'The Big Bang Theory'
This California pad is home to physicists Leonard Hofstadter, Sheldon Cooper and their nerdy knick-knacks in the popular series "The Big Bang Theory."
'That '70s Show'
It's hard to tell what viewers enjoyed more while watching "That '70s Show": the humourous dilemmas between the characters or the fabulous '70s decor throughout the set. We're looking at you, mid-century green chair.
'The Cosby Show'
The Huxtables' Brooklyn brownstone in "The Cosby Show" portrays '80s decor at its finest with pastel blue walls, oriental carpets and brass light fixtures.
In the popular sitcom "Frasier," Dr. Frasier Crane, played by Kelsey Grammer, had a Seattle apartment that was large enough for a grand piano and offered a stellar view of the city's skyline.
Jerry Seinfled's one-bedroom apartment in "Seinfeld" saw his friends George, Elaine and Kramer come and go as if it were their own.
'Will & Grace'
With a terrace, fireplace and two full bathrooms, the sprawling apartment in "Will & Grace" is a space that most New Yorkers can only dream of.
'The Brady Bunch'
This is the story of the California home that hosted the blended Brady family in "The Brady Bunch." The stone interior walls, modern sofas, brick floors and open staircase made this the ultimate '70s-era home.
The homes that lined Wisteria Lane on "Desperate Housewives" saw their fair share of gossip, murders, poker tournaments and paint colors.
The popular AMC series has taken viewers through the '60s with its carefully-concocted retro set designs.
'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air'
Will Smith wasn't doing too shabby when he moved into his uncle's mansion in Bel Air, California, with its spiral staircase, spacious kitchen and pool house.
'Two and a Half Men'
The seaside home in "Two and a Half Men" went through a makeover during season nine, but we will always remember the Spanish tiles and iron railing from seasons past.
Zeek and Camille Braverman's Berkeley backyard home served as a charming and spacious backdrop for family dinners, quarrels and even a wedding.
And the look can easily be re-created in your own backyard.