Jimmy Fallon's House Is Filled With So Much Delightfully Quirky Artwork
Jimmy Fallon is bringing fans inside his house for special at-home editions of The Tonight Show after shutting down his studio amid the coronavirus outbreak. Although we undoubtedly love seeing the late-night host interact with his adorable daughters, Winnie and Franny, we can't help but focus on his family's treehouse-esque abode, which is just as fun and quirky as he is.
In the many glorious episodes shared so far, we've gotten a look at some one-of-a-kind decor features, including giant figures of the characters from Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, a shuffleboard table, an old-school arcade game, and a plethora of eccentric paintings and artwork his family scored from eBay and various flea markets. Oh, and they even have a freakin' indoor slide that Jimmy's wife, Nancy, goes down "all the time" — usually with a handful of laundry in tow, she said in a recent "Ask the Fallons" segment. Umm, jealous!
Our fingers are crossed Jimmy gives us a full-on house tour soon, but in the meantime, you can find us obsessing over all the details we screenshot for your convenience, ahead.