Peek Inside 6 Iconic TV Kitchens With This Interactive Quiz

published Aug 21, 2022
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Given how much extra time we’ve spent inside the last few years, many of us have gotten to know our favorite TV characters’ homes as well as our own. But how well do you really know famous television houses — specifically, their kitchens?

Simple Ghar created 3D models of six of TV’s most iconic kitchens as part of a quiz putting fans’ knowledge to the test. The quiz spans decades of television, from a beloved ’90s comedy to a Netflix sci-fi hit. Whether you’re looking for kitchen inspiration or simply want to take a closer peek at some iconic TV homes, you’re in luck!

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“Fresh Prince of Bel Air” had one of the most iconic on-screen kitchens in sitcom history, and Simply Ghar painstakingly recreated it in all its glory. With its blond woods, multiple islands, and neutral color palette, it’s hard to imagine a more luxurious kitchen for Will to chill out, maxin’, relaxin’ all cool. The overhead model also provides a better look at the space’s black and white tile floor and hanging copper pots.

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Also present is Don and Megan’s Park Avenue apartment kitchen from “Mad Men.” This set is peak Mid Century Modern, with an open floor plan and bold pops of color courtesy of the blue and orange cabinet doors. It’s a far cry from the retro kitchen that Don shared with ex-wife Betty in their upstate New York suburban home.

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While you wait another few years for the next installment of “Stranger Things,” you can pass the time by checking out Simple Ghar’s 3D rendering of Joyce Byers’ kitchen in all its dimly lit ’80s glory. Showing off the set’s L-shaped kitchen counters, red brick fireplace, and vinyl floral kitchen chairs, the model even throws in one of Will’s season 2 Mind Flayer sketches for good measure.

Head over to Simple Ghar’s website to check out the full quiz and see if you can identify the remaining three kitchens for yourself.