Oh, television. Sometimes the only thing better than your compelling story lines are your visuals. With spring premieres just around the corner, we look forward to getting a glimpse back into the stylish sets we love. Below, we gathered a collection of our favorite interiors from the small screen.
Have you burned through the entirety of this season of “House of Cards”? We’re still ogling the moody and stylish interiors from previous episodes. From Slugline’s open workspace to the stately offices of Capitol Hill, consider us hooked.
Season 5 of “Mad Men” introduced viewers to Don Draper’s new, sprawling penthouse. A built-in television unit, sunken living room with white carpet and walnut cabinetry make for a perfectly masculine bachelor pad.
Similar to Mad Men’s 1960s swank, Showtime’s “Masters of Sex” harkens to a decade earlier. Bold colors and Danish modern furniture set the stage for this mid-century St. Louis home.
In “New Girl,” a massive LA loft space is the perfect setting for Zooey Deschanel & Co.’s hijinks. Three walls of windows. Exposed brick. Charming, mismatched furniture.
One of the grandest homes to grace television, “Downton Abbey” is filmed at the real life estate known as Highclere Castle. Designed by architect Charles Berry, the Earl and Countess of Carnarvon are lucky enough to call this place home.