Let IKEA turn your living room into the set of your favorite TV show

Who wants a ‘Stranger Things’ room complete with Christmas lights and the ability to communicate with your missing child in a scary parralel universe?

Ikea

If you’ve ever thought about recreating your living room into the set of Friends, Ikea wants to help you do that.

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NBC

The furniture giant is bringing Hollywood into your homes with its Real Life series which allows consumers to decorate any room they want to resemble the living room sets from popular TV shows like Friends, The Simpsons, and Netflix hit Stranger Things.

“We brought to life the iconic living rooms of the most beloved families of all times, through tons of furniture combinations in lots of different styles and sizes – and at affordable prices,” Ikea said on its website. “We’ve grouped all the products for each room for you, so it’s easy to recreate what you see here in your own home. Take a look and make your living room iconic with IKEA.”

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Ikea UAE
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Netflix

In the recreated Stranger Things living room, Ikea offers basically everything that appeared on the set of Winona Ryder’s living room including the Christmas lights have hung on the wall and even paint and paintbrushes, in case you want to try to communicate with your missing child who is in a scary parallel universe.

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Ikea UAE
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Fox

The Simpsons room has a similar cartoonish feel to it as the popular animated TV show has including furniture features that appeared in the show like the hanging plant.

The campaign is currently running in the United Arab Emirates and will be displayed throughout IKEA stores in the Middle East, Ad Week reported.

“The IKEA team worked closely with the creatives for months. They went through hundreds of items to find the perfect pieces that would bring those iconic rooms,” managing director for IKEA in the UAE, Qatar, Egypt and Oman Vinod Jayan said via Ad Week. “It was a great collaborative effort that led up to a stunning result.”


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Kyle Schnitzer|is a reporter for Ladders and can be reached at kschnitzer@theladders.com.