The interior design in the Jetsons is the stuff of my dreams. It’s the perfect mix of retro and ultra-modern. So I decided to try to recreate what it would look like in real life.
The Jetsons home brought to life
I’ve been considering recreating a fictional room for a while, I just wasn’t sure which show to use as my inspiration. I considered iCarly, Drake & Josh, That’s So Raven, but ultimately decided it would be the most fun to do it with a cartoon. And what better cartoon to use than The Jetsons? I’ve been really into the whole retro-meets-modern style in my own place lately, and I think the style and architecture in the Jetsons is pretty much spot-on.
So I studied pictures of the living room and dining room from the show. Then I took to the internet to find real-life furniture that looks as close to possible to their cartoon counterparts.
The furniture in this post won’t be as accessible as the rest of the content on this blog. Because surprisingly, or maybe not so surprisingly, this furniture was pretty hard to find since it was so specific.
So I will not be running out to buy this stuff anytime soon, but it was super fun to try to reimagine the cartoon world in the real world.
I drew up some mock-ups of the rooms. The architectural aspects of the room are drawn, but the fixtures are all real pieces that you can check out online. So enjoy, and I hope you take some real inspiration for your own place, I know I did!
From the show:
Couch – Homary, $899.99
Coffee table – LeisureMod, $529
Knot pillow – Design Within Reach, $145
Side table – Industry West, $395 (no longer available)
Chair – Kardiel, $954 (no longer available)
Light fixture – Beautiful Halo, $74.59
Bonsai tree – Bonsai Outlet, $129.95
Rug – Article, $479 (no longer available)
From the show:
Rug – Rugs.com, $200
Table – GlassTops Direct, $774.90
Chairs – Rouse Home, $1,700
Buffet – World Market, $384.99
Wallpaper – MuralsWallpaper, $4.40/ sq. foot
Light fixture – Dutton Brown Design, $799
Hope you enjoyed my take on the Jetsons house, and leave a comment below if you’d like to see some other recreations in the future!
keep it homey, homies
Hey my name’s Hannah Michelle Lambert, the voice behind homey homies. I’m an LA-based blogger and interior designer. I’m passionate about fun, adaptive, and affordable design that is filled with personality. And I’m a huge believer in a good DIY. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you find the inspiration you’re looking for – and maybe a little extra 😉
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