Best Sets: The TV Looks We Loved in 2017

Best Sets: The TV Looks We Loved in 2017

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Tara Bellucci
Dec 31, 2017
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If you're anything like us, you watch TV for the interiors (partially at least!). And in this age of Peak TV, there's plenty of eye candy while we're soaking up the storyline. Here are some of our favorite posts about set design from the past year.

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At Home with Amy Sedaris

The queen of kooky brought us a wacky craft and cooking show based on her popular books. The kitschy decor is everything.

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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Filling the vintage hole left in our hearts by Mad Men, this new Amazon show takes place in the late '50s and shows us the best apartments the Upper West Side had to offer at the time.

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Will & Grace

Eleven years after we said goodbye, our gay besties (and their besties) have returned to our TVs. We chatted with the reboot's set decorator about what's new and what's stayed the same.

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A Handmaid's Tale

Nothing summed up 2017 more than this dystopian series, where unspeakable horrors are juxtaposed against pristine backdrops.

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Master of None

Production designer Amy Williams gave us all the secrets of designing Dev's LES space (and gave us a look into Aziz Ansari's personal style).

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Big Little Lies

Snagging eight Emmys, one of the best shows of the year was also had some of the most covetable spaces. All that stunning coastal real estate really contrasted the secrets in this California friend group. And there will officially be a second season, which we can only imagine will be equally gorgeous.

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Suits

We have to admit, Meghan Markle's TV apartment is serious goals. Rachel Zane's NYC pad may not be Buckingham Palace, but it's cool and classy and oh so chic.

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The Good Place

The hilarious hit starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson has us imagining what our afterlife houses would look like (let's hope they're free of creepy clown portraits).

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