I was so sad to see the end of the season of "Flight of the Conchords." While I initially didn't expect much from this HBO show, I've consistently been impressed by Bret and Jemaine's great comedic timing and excellent songsmithing. What can I say? I'm a huge fan (and it seems as if BuzzSugar is as well).
I hate to admit it, but I've also been impressed by the interior design of the show. It's been meticulously designed to appear as if it's been designed by a pair of dudes absolutely clueless about design. It's bizarrely brilliant. From the '70s curtains to the thrifted bike in the corner to the castoff kitchenwear, the detailing is fantastic.
For instance, take a look at this photo of their kitchen nook. The bad florescent lighting, curbside vinyl chairs, and fake woodgrain folding table are only a few of the brilliant details.
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What details would you Casa readers point to as deliberately bad—though brilliant—set styling in this photo?
Or in this one? (Granted, this is a bit odd—it's a photo from Jemaine's move to a new "apartment" that's actually a broom closet, so he's sleeping standing up.)
You can check out a hilarious Flight of the Conchords video over at GiggleSugar. And you can find the Conchords' "official" site here, though it doesn't read much differently (or coherently) than a meeting with band manager Murray.