This Is How Much It Would Cost to Recreate These Iconic Film and TV Bathrooms

published Sep 6, 2021
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Have you ever wondered how much it would cost to turn your own restroom into the iconic bathrooms from some of your favorite movies and TV shows? We have the answer. From the unique and quirky to the totally glamorous, a new study from Victorian Plumbing has revealed how much it would set you back to recreate them so you can live out your own fictional fantasies.

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If you’re a The One Where Chandler Takes a Bath—when the whole gang interrupts Chandler’s tub time to share Ross and Rachel’s news. If, you too, love a bubble bath (but don’t want to admit it, like Chandler) then recreating the “Friends” bathroom will set you back $2333.15, complete with a luxurious free-standing bathtub.

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Pretty Woman

The height of luxury, recreating the “Pretty Woman” hotel bathroom may seem a little over-ambitious, but with the right items and enough space, it can be done for just under $6,800. Add a touch of vintage glamor with plenty of gold accents, and make room for the huge bathtub. Alexa, play “Kiss” by Prince.

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Sex and the City

If Carrie Bradshaw’s super chic bathroom is at the top of your list, you’re in luck. Carrie’s bathroom in “Sex and the City” was more about practicality and minimalistic style than anything too over-the-top luxe, with the columnist too busy writing $4 per word stories for Vogue and chasing Mr. Big around New York City to spend time soaking in her tub.

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The Shining

Spooky season fans, this one’s for you. The room 237 bathroom scene from “The Shining” was undoubtedly one of the most famous in the whole film, but the stylish decor was something a lot less frightening. The green walls and pistachio-colored fixtures seen in the 1980s horror are very much on-trend for 2021, and recreating the look would cost you $3,343.90.

You can read the full report and discover other iconic fictional bathrooms here.