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7 Famous Television Kitchens

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7 Famous Television Kitchens

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to cook in Monica's kitchen from Friends? Or lounge in Don and Betty's Mad Men kitchen? If you are a fan of these shows you'll enjoy these floorplans from seven famous television kitchens.

These famous television kitchens were home to some of the most beloved characters in pop culture. Featured sitcoms include classics like The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and modern television shows like The Big Bang Theory and New Girl.

Take a look below and get ready to be transported to your favorite television kitchen:

Famous Television Kitchen #1: The Fresh Prince of Bel Air

Will Smith, aka the Fresh Prince, spent a lot of time in his uncle's kitchen. The Banks were an affluent family and their kitchen was pure luxury - from the double ovens on the wall to the double islands scattered throughout the kitchen. We bet Geoffrey would agree!

Famous Television Kitchen #2: The Big Bang Theory

Sheldon and the gang may opt for takeout more often than not but their kitchen is equipped to handle any cooking endeavor. We're especially fond of the prep table in the center of their tidy kitchen.

Famous Television Kitchen #3: Friends

It seems like all the fun stuff happened in Monica's kitchen (or the coffee shop). This is the colorful space where Rachael, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler, and Ross enjoyed countless meals and comedic conversations. Who didn't love the blue open-spaced shelving?

Famous Television Kitchen #4: Malcolm in the Middle

Many laughs were had in this 1990's suburban kitchen. There's plenty of counter space, a peninsula with an electric stove top, and ample room to fit a dining table.

Famous Television Kitchen #5: Mad Men

This 1960s kitchen was a modern dream complete with electric burners, double ovens and a space for dining. Don and Betty may not have had the perfect marriage but their kitchen was majestic.

Famous Television Kitchen #6: New Girl

You can't help but love the relaxed vibe of this New York City kitchen. The open shelving and cozy space are a reflection of Jess's upbeat personality.

Famous Television Kitchen #7: The Handmaid's Tale

Commander Fred's kitchen is as cold and gray as the oppressive Republic of Gilead. The neutral tones are ideal for foodies with a preference for minimalism. 

via Home Advisor

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