Saved by the Bell Fans and Movie Buffs, You've Got to See this Apartment's Pop Culture-Inspired Artwork

Saved by the Bell Fans and Movie Buffs, You've Got to See this Apartment's Pop Culture-Inspired Artwork

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Taryn Williford
Nov 2, 2015
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You may have passed the life stage where it was considered appropriate to have movie posters and framed photos of Kelly Kapowski on the wall, but I'm going to strongly suggest that if movies and TV are important to your life, you should absolutely make them a part of your (grown-up) home.

Because I do love pop culture, I was delighted to spot the artwork in Theo's Small, Streamlined Apartment in Hell's Kitchen. Besides the cheeky prints and amazing abstract art (that he painted himself, natch!), there were two galleries in Theo's space that caught my eye, both with their style and their convivial themes.

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First, you have to see the gallery wall in Theo's NYC bathroom. The collection of black and white photos are actually a knowing nod to their location. Each photo features a different bathroom scene from a movie or TV show set in New York City – including Home Alone, Sex and the City and Friends.

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Then, there's this collection of silhouettes in the entryway. Unless the pizza delivery guy is a very observant and dedicated Saved by the Bell fan, he might miss the fact that these six frames actually feature the profiles of everyone's favorite Bayside High grads.

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They're both clever and quite beautiful ways to show your love of TV and movies, without tacking up a tattered dorm room poster.

Have you done anything like this at home?

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