Times pass and trends change, but something in the last twenty years has remained the same, the Simpsons’ house. So, the American home services site Angie’s List worked with interior design consultant Pat McNulty to develop those pink walls and 80’s furniture that we’ve learned to love a little bit, episode after episode. Let’s discover together the new faces of the rooms of the house at 742 Evergreen Terrace in Springfield.
The kitchen has been revisited in a Smart Home style, so the keyword is technology, everywhere! The backsplash guard becomes digital and allows you to see who is playing at the door without moving, to watch a video, to answer directly to the phone or simply to set up a screensaver of your choice, maybe of a beach or the countryside.
Even the famous living room with the sofa and the television has undergone a drastic restyling, but not to shock too much the most avid fans the rose of the walls is saved. Following the trends of this year, we see a round table in marble and colors and textures as bold as the electric blue velvet of the sofa. Finally, since the landline phone is no longer a must, the table on which it was placed has been replaced with an elegant and modern trolley for spirits.
Who knows if Homer and Marge would be happy with the new face of their bedroom, where the cold and neutral tones replace the original ones, making the place much more sensual and above all comfortable. Then, being in 2019 could not miss the television in the room.
The classic Scandinavian style invades the bathroom of the Simpson house, immediately giving a sense of cleanliness to the room. The predominant color is white, which is interspersed with natural textures, always with light tones. Pat McNulty’s commitment is not limited to the furniture, but digs much deeper, going so far as to add some very modern brushes with bamboo handles.
Lisa would love her new bedroom, perfect for a serious scholar who needs peace and quiet to spend hours on books. The furniture such as the desk and the chair are made of recycled wood and the gray of the walls creates a perfect contrast with the various plants in pots and covering the walls. Last but not least, the inevitable saxophone leaning against the bed.
Maybe Maggie is still too small to appreciate these changes, but her nursery has nothing to envy to the more luxurious ones. The room is designed to allow the little Simpson at home to crawl far and wide and have fun with her toys in natural fabrics.
Inevitable, the room of Bart, for which was adopted the Memphis design style, characterized by abstract patterns and the use of colored plastic laminates ranging from white to gray and ending with black. Enjoy it that way, because we all know that this order will not last long.