Sherlock - Furniture, Home Decor, Interior Design & Gift Ideas
The many adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson has entranced readers of many generations. It’s not surprising that there is also a modernized take on this classic detective novel as well. And with that comes a 21st century rendition of the very famous 221B Baker Street.
While you can spot many modern amenities throughout Sherlock’s flat, its overall theme is still dark and out-dated. The general clutter and dankness of the space shows how little its occupant cares for how it looks. After all, Sherlock is always busy thinking about other more important things.
Sherlock’s Thinking Room
Sherlock and John sitting in 221B Baker Street’s living room, featuring the iconic Le Corbusier armchair.
Le Corbusier LC3 Poltrona
Le Corbusier, a Swiss-French architect and designer, is actually Charles-Edouard Jeanneret. Many of his projects have been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Even his furniture pieces are still well received today. As proof, his LC3 Poltrona has now become iconic in pop culture as Sherlock’s thinking chair.
The IKEA Samtid is a great way to juxtapose how modern Sherlock’s home actually is. If you look at it briefly, it seems like any other period living room from films and museums. However, the presence of something as common as an IKEA furniture makes it look more reachable.
Feel like you’re living in the bustling downtown Los Angeles with the beautifully mismatched apartment from New Girl. This factory-turned-loft is full of personality in itself without the added décor that Jess and the guys have added throughout the years.
Geekify your lair with the messy but colorful design of the apartment units from the Big Bang Theory. If you’re into comics and fangirl/boying, you’d definitely appreciate the quirky personality that each of these apartments have.