Anyone who grew up watching Friends has probably thought at one point or another, "Wow, I wish I had an apartment like that!" After all, who wouldn't want funky purple walls, natural wood beams, and a fire-escape-turned-balcony? But that apartment was decorated in the '90s, and let's be real — it could use a little refresh. Luckily, Australian insurance company Budget Direct has partnered with interior design consultant Pat McNulty to reimagine six TV spaces, including Monica Geller's bathroom, that are in serious need of an update. Check out the rooms below:
Joyce Byers’ living room from Stranger Things
Who could ever forget the iconic alphabet wall in the Byers' living room? At least in this renovated version, it doesn't look as crazy.
Walter White’s kitchen from Breaking Bad
The kitchen is a crucial part of the White household — Walt Jr. loves his breakfast! The refreshed room features a blue, green, and white palette. It's pretty calming, unlike Walter White's career.
Alicia Florrick’s home office from The Good Wife
Though Alicia's office was actually renovated over the course of the show, it was time for another major overhaul. We're getting some Scandi-cool vibes from this bright and airy room.
Don and Megan’s bedroom from Mad Men
Midcentury style might be all the rage these days, but we're into this updated take on Don and Megan's New York City bedroom, which is very Miami with the tropical print but very tasteful.
Rory’s childhood bedroom from Gilmore Girls
"We've toned down the pink, added neutral [colors], and created definition with some bold, modern shapes," writes Budget Direct in its blog post. "Plus, we've Marie Kondo'd the whole thing because clutter doesn't cut it in 2019 — teenager or not!"