Great Job, Internet!: An exhaustive look at the interior decor of The Brady Bunch

The home of The Brady Bunch, where so much of the show took place, was always a bit of a head-scratcher: A mid-century modern house, featuring a giant staircase right on the middle of it, and six kids crammed into two bedrooms with one bathroom between them all. But the deceptively bland decor always took a back seat to whatever domestic squabble the Bradys were grappling with, like cheerleading competitions, teeter-totter world records, and any number of school plays and performances.

One person has decided to delve deeply into the art that the Bradys (or rather, their set designers) decided to hang on the walls of the home, and it’s an alarmingly exhaustive exploration. Kirk Demarais, author of Mail-Order Mysteries: Real Stuff From Old Comic Book Ads and Life Of The Party, teaches art, advertising, and design history at John Brown University, and has written up a new piece …

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