Friends just announced the special episode that marks the reunion all fans have been waiting for. HBO has confirmed that the cast of Friends will reunite for a special on the streaming platform HBO Max next May. Keeping in mind that we all wish to have Monica’s tidy house and the amazing orange couch shown in the series, Covet House shows you how you can style Monica’s apartment in 2020. Keep reading and enjoy ‘The one with the Friends‘ Apartment look’!
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How you doin’? In case you’re wondering, Friends is an American sitcom created by David Crane and Marta Kauffman, presented by the television network NBC between September 22, 1994, and May 6, 2004, with a total of 236 episodes. The series revolved around a group of friends who lived in the neighborhood of Greenwich Village, on the island of Manhattan, in New York City.
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Giving a special thought to all those Friends fans (or just decor lovers), we show you how to get the modern look of the classic apartment we all recognize.
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What would Friends‘ apartments be like if they were decorated today? Monica Geller’s iconic home – shared with several roommates over the ten seasons of the series – has been rethought to gain a more up-to-date look on the online design site Modsy. While some classic elements remained, maintaining the identity of the spaces, new furniture gave way to the pieces of the 1990s that made up the scenarios.
The Lautner center table stands out for its curved edges, mixing earth-tone colors from the varnished walnut wood and polished brass. Its artisan quality and crafted work provide a striking centerpiece for your living room. It has a moody smoked glass on the top and a shelf at the base that offers additional storage.
Dandy is a sleek and stylish wooden sideboard. Its body is entirely made of solid walnut wood and it resembles a kitsch radio, because of its shape and the use of grill cloth on the doors. It is accented by a brass trim on the body edges and supported by tapered legs with brass ferrules.
The Alice suspension lamp was inspired in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carrol’s masterpiece. It is a hexagon-shaped lamp that can be sold individually or within a set. It can be entirely customized according to the client’s taste.
Inspired by the first person to walk on the Moon, the Armstrong floor lamp has a minimalistic style with a clear usability, perfect for every single modern Scandinavian living room or office. It combines a mid-century design with a structure handmade in brass and a base in white Carrara marble. Simply amazing.
In Greek Mythology, Helios was the personification of the Sun. It is said that each dawn, he rose from the far ends of the Earth with the shining aureole of the Sun. This inspired the creation of the Helios mirror. With a finish in golden leaf, this decorative mirror will bring a charming touch to a blank wall.
The Bombón table lamp will make any room glow with very organic light and a sweetened character. This charming table lamp features a stylish wooden monolithic base that is then lacquered in a soft cream color. A classic lampshade makes this wonderful composition complete in either fabric or silk.
Colorful, hypnotic, alluring – that’s how we describe the Medina rug. It’s all about the final composition and the way it fits your blissful spirit and your modern home decor. This is one of those rugs that can really tie a room together.
Plum is a throwback to the past with a contemporary touch. With matte aged brass legs, this fully upholstered chair celebrates luxury and opulence highlighted by the real leather that surrounds it. Place it in a living room set or an office and this lounge chair will instantly add a sophisticated feel.
Inspired by the nature of this animal, the Otter sofa can adapt to any room and be an integral part of your interior design. Its round shapes transmit both comfort as well as grandiosity, whether it is placed in a modern living room or a comfortable home cinema area.
Florence is a low stool both fun and practical. It has a somewhat cylindrical shape and a cushioned seat upholstered in velvet fabric, creating a soft and comfortable solution for your living room. Its base is made of polished brass, so it boosts some gold details over its trendy pastel colors available in the customization.
This classic yellow pillow is an interlacement with the palace frames that surround the royal paintings and the refinement that characterizes Versailles. The Versailles Yellow pillow will fit any classic or modern interior home decor, giving a splendid pop of color to your room.
After getting our houses done we just have one solution – wait for the special episode they have prepared for us!
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