Art · Inspiration

Recreating Iconic Rooms

How deliriously cool would it be to spend some time in one of your favorite spaces? A place that you’ve seen (and probably memorized) a million times.  A place from inside your television or movie screen, or maybe a favorite painting? nd if you can snap a picture, even better! Here are some recreations of some iconic spaces that had been staged for anniversaries, reunions, or just for the sake of art- and oh how cool it is!

The recreation of Ferris Bueller’s room

Ferris Bueller’s room recreated in Toronto plus an interview with the artist on tracking everything down!


-A breakdown of every item in Ferris’ room

Van Gogh’s bedroom

-Staying inside one of Van Gogh’s paintings (it was actually on Air B&B!)  

Colorful: In the blue and yellow tiled kitchen, pots and pans in primary colors line the blue counter, and baby Maggie's high chair sits in a cornerColorful: In the blue and yellow tiled kitchen, pots and pans in primary colors line the blue counter, and baby Maggie's high chair sits in a corner
Place to relax: A look inside reveals colorfully decorated rooms, including a living room with the fictional family's iconic red couch

A real life version of the Simpson’s house! (Which was won in a contest!) 

Fans can visit the fictional Upper West Side one bedroom that the TV version of Jerry Seinfeld called home and check out props and set pieces from the NBC sitcom's nine seasons.

-A recreation of Jerry Seinfeld’s memorable apartment for Hulu’s premiere of the show! (Although it was located in the meatpacking district in NYC and not the Upper West side) 

Fans of 'Friends' will have only a month to enjoy Central Perk.

-The quintessential coffee house, Central Perk, “reopens” in NYC for te 20th Anniversary of Friends 

Image result for jimmy kimmel friends apartment

-Which prompted Jimmy Kimmel to recreate Monica and Rachel’s apartment for a skit to celebrate the anniversary 

Professor Green and his wife Millie MacIntosh recreate the iconic image of John Lennon and Yoko Ono

And..who doesn’t recognize this iconic scene?

Millie Mackintosh and Professor Green recreate the photo to raise awareness and funds for another charity, War Child. 

Definitely inspiring!

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