I’m not sure whether it’s just me, but sitcom apartments have this uncanny capacity to make me feel instantly at ease. After a few episodes of following the individuals’ lives in these identifiable locations, they begin to seem almost like your own. Consider Monica’s super-’90s apartment in Friends: there are few locations in New York that I’d want to see more.
Many show fans may be curious as to how the famous apartment might seem now. As a result, QS Supplies chose to rethink one area in particular — the bathroom – in six alternative interior designs as if they were created today.
As we’ve come to know and love, Monica’s bathroom is in its initial state.
#2 Industrial Design
The roots of this style are more factory-esque in nature. Metal, rustic wood, brick walls, concrete, and exposed pipes are all used in the industrial style.
#3 Japanese Design
Minimalistic and uncomplicated décor with an ergonomic design that blends calm natural elements may be seen in Japanese-style rooms. To produce a naturally opulent aesthetic, Japanese design embraces a natural color palette, merging earthy or sandy colors with deeper tones, combining warm and light woods, natural stone, and other textured elements.
#4 Moroccan Design
Moroccan design has tiles with traditional Eastern designs, concrete walls and bathtubs, columns, mosaic and ceramic sinks, and other elements. Moroccan interiors are at once exotic, exquisite, opulent, and dramatic. Ornate finishes, tapestries, wooden shutters, and open spaces are other prevalent elements.
#5 Art Deco
Art Deco is known for its intricate details and bold hues. The more flashy and costly, the better! Geometric designs with generally sharp and sometimes soft angles, exquisite tiled walls and floors, dramatic wallpaper elements, and stunning furnishings are all characteristics of this style.
#6 Tropical Design
Tropical decor is a topic that may be used for a variety of décor types! Vintage, glam, contemporary, and modern are all options. Bright low elements, such as vivid hues like green, pink, blue, turquoise, and yellow, look great even in minimalist décor. It’s also customary to use copper, silver, gold, and brass in tiny amounts to make it shine brighter.
#7 Farmhouse Design
With a splash of contemporary flair, this design is half rustic, part rural. Vintage highlights restored furniture pieces, and wooden accents are familiar in farmhouse interiors, cozy, informal, and friendly.
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