From ‘The Cosby Show’ to ‘Mad Men’, a Look Back at the Interior Design of Famous TV Sets

The Huxtables’ Brooklyn brownstone in The Cosby Show. Monica Geller’s impossibly huge Greenwich Village apartment on Friends. And Don Draper’s move from fifties suburbia to sixties midcentury-chic Manhattan on Mad Men. Let’s face it: we may know the interiors of some TV shows better than we know certain rooms in our own homes! But are they, um, tasteful? Yahoo enlisted a few design experts to weigh in on some of the most familiar rooms in America.

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