A Los Angeles artist turned beloved television show apartments into mini-sets, including sitcoms Friends, Frasier and Full House
Up close, you’d never guess that Bridget McCarty’s detailed miniature movie and show sets were only inches tall.
McCarty regularly wows her 200,000 Instagram followers with masterpieces that can take her up to 80 hours, or even a few months.
Her fans recently marveled over her creation of Dr. Frasier Crane’s apartment, which featured a nearly identical furniture set seen in the beloved show, Frasier, along with a spectacular outdoor city view of Seattle.
Other lengthy projects she has worked on include the set of Stranger Things, Rugrats, Monsters Inc. and Harry Potter.
Her fans recently marveled over her creation of Dr. Frasier Crane’s apartment, which featured a nearly identical furniture set seen in the beloved show, Frasier, along with a spectacular outdoor city view of Seattle. Pictured: The Frasier apartment
McCarty has made several different sets from Friends. One of her top sets has been of the Central Perk featuring Ross’ monkey, Marcel
McCarty initially started making the 13 by 11-inch sets as a hobby until it eventually became her full-time job when people started to purchase her work, she previously told Hull Live.
Some of McCarty’s most watched Instagram reels feature Rachel and Monica’s New York Apartment from the show Friends.
McCarty has made several different sets from Friends, including various angles from Monica’s apartment.
One tiny set focuses on the purple front door and kitchen. McCarty paid special attention to detail and ensured to create small plates, fake fruit and plants to make the set come to life.
Another favorite reel of the Friends set showed the famous Central Perk coffee shop.
The reel starts with McCarty shoving the mini door open with her finger and then revealing the inside which featured the well-known orange couch, a coffee table filled with mugs and muffins, Gunther’s coffee counter and even a mini guest star from the series, Ross’ pet monkey, Marcel.
Last year, McCarty blew Stranger Things fans away will the creation of Will Byers’ living room from season one.
She released a video of the home ahead of the season four finale of the show in July.
Fans were blown away by her attention to detail which focused on the alphabet written across the wall in paint along with colored string lights and a mini box of Eggo waffles on the coffee table.
In an interview with Hull Live last year, McCarty revealed she hadn’t seen the show until she made the mini set.
‘I didn’t initially watch the show so I wanted to see what the whole buzz was about. Now, I’m a huge, tiny Stranger Things fan! This one took two weeks to create – it’s hard to put it down when you are really excited about the final result,’ McCarty said.
Another fan favorite was of the Full House set. McCarty even captured family of the Tanner family
Last year, McCarty blew Stranger Things fans away will the creation of Will Byers’ living room from season one
She also creates mini movie sets. One of her beloved ones is of Monsters Inc. She focused in on Boo’s room
McCarty has also created Halloween-themed sets from the Michael Myers movie Halloween and The Addams Family.
During the holidays, she created several Christmas sets.
McCarty said her secret to creating the sets was a lot of hot glue, wood and paper, she told the news outlet.
She revealed her inspiration to create the sets was inspired by her grandma because she was known to carry tiny objects with her.
The artist appears to keep herself busy and said that a project can take up to two months.
McCarty added that she gets a lot of her inspiration from sets by visiting craft stores.