Fans of the hit sitcom 'Friends' may have wondered why Monica's apartment was purple, and lucky for you, we now know the reason behind the decision.
Elle is reporting that the lead set designer for the show made the bold choice to go purple, a move he said was not well-received at first.
Many of the other designers and show producers on set thought the color choice was too far out there, but John Shaffner followed through with his decision nonetheless.
In defense of his color choice, Shaffner said he wanted to stand out from other sitcoms, and the purple apartment definitely accomplished that.
The purple theme quickly became part of the show's identity, and people continued to watch the show because it was unique.
Now you know ...
There's no apartment in New York City more famous than Monica's impossible rent-controlled, two-bedroom West Village digs. From the purple walls to the outdoor terrace, the "Friends" apartment became the quintessential ideal of everything New York could be. That's all thanks to John Shaffner, the man responsible for creating the set of "Friends."
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