Famous TV Houses
 
I have had a love of houses since I was a child, and I'm pretty sure it all started with the houses in my favourite tv shows. Watch this space... there are plenty more illustrations in this series on the way.
Bewitched
Bewitched

When I was a kid, I particularly loved the green front door in Samantha & Darrin Stephen's house and always wished we had one exactly the same. To buy this print or card, go to the link below.

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The Brady Bunch
The Brady Bunch

I loved everything about this house, the big front doors, the kitchen, the den! The real house was only ever used for exterior shots in the show, but is currently being renovated inside to match the decor of the show. To buy this print or card, go to the link below.

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Happy Days
Happy Days

I loved the Cunningham's big, family home - especially with the Fonz living above the garage at the end of the drive. To buy this print or card, go to the link below.

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I Dream of Jeannie
I Dream of Jeannie

I loved how we could catch a glimpse of the house very briefly, to set the scene. If you look closely you might be able to spot Jeannie's bottle in the window!

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Little House on the Prairie
Little House on the Prairie

I remember the episode where Charles Ingles built the family home. I loved the sloping roof and the ladder up to the girls' bedroom! To buy this print or card, go to the link below.

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Mork and Mindy
Mork and Mindy

This house used in Mork and Mindy looks slightly different these days, with new fences and railings. I've drawn it here as true to the tv show as possible.

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Schitt's Creek
Schitt's Creek

The Rosebud Motel from Schitt's Creek has become my most frequently requested tv house to draw. Love the show - and those bricks!

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Schitt's Creek Rose Apothecary
Schitt's Creek Rose Apothecary

After I illustrated the Rosebud Motel, the requests came flooding in for more charming buildings from Schitt's Creek. Like this one!

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schitt's creek cafe tropical
schitt's creek cafe tropical

My third illustration from Schitt's Creek. Lovely brickwork on Cafe Tropical.

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Skippy
Skippy

Australians were first introduced to the amazing feats of Skippy the Bush Kangaroo in February 1968 (see link below). This building was Ranger Matt Hammond's headquarters and family home.

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