10 Iconic TV Homes
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For more on iconic single girl apartments, read Lynda Reeves’ column in House & Home’s September 2016 issue.
This family room’s super-natural palette could make even the most witchy guest feel completely at home.
There’s nothing girly about this New York apartment, which was home to a struggling, but fiercely independent, actress trying to make it in the big city.
A family-friendly kitchen was key for the loud and lovable characters of this popular ‘70s show.
The set for this night time soap opera in the height of the decadent ‘80s was home to a devious Texan clan
This Miami living room was home to endless girl talk in this ‘80s sitcom.
It was the ‘90s when single friends hung out in this iconic New York apartment.
This Seattle pad was home to a neurotic bachelor and his cranky father.
Another New York apartment where quirky characters made much to do about nothing.
This show starred a relationship columnist in New York City who famously used her oven to store sweaters.
A quirky extended family share honest, hilarious moments of the new normal family life.