It’s become a meta joke on TV how young, struggling professionals always seem to manage to live in exceptionally large apartments in some of the most expensive cities. You could call it, in fact, a Fantasy Floorplan, which is exactly what Brandi Roberts does. The interior designer and artist blends a love of drawing, pop-culture and television — and she covers seven decades of TV homes, from I Love Lucy to Seinfeld and from Bedrock to Batman. The only thing better would be some fantasy financing (or an actual suggestion of what such a space my really cost … though that may be too close to reality). For some of the best of her offerings, hit the jump.
Roberts prints her creations using archival matte paper and traditional blue ink, so you can really visualize how much better your life would surely be if you lived in Frazier Crane’s immense penthouse (or my personal favorite, Robin’s Nest from Magnum, P.I. Two words: tidal pool).
Here are a few of the blueprints courtesy of Roberts’ site (via Buzzfeed):
SEX AND THE CITY
THE BIG BANG THEORY
For more layouts, check out Roberts’ Fantasy Floorplan site.
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