It was the centerpiece to almost every episode of Friends over its 10-year run, making Monica Gellar’s apartment one of the most instantly recognizable homes ever to grace television screens. From the purple walls and the iconic yellow picture frame around the peephole, to the shabby chic furnishings, casa Monica (a sublet from her grandmother) at various times was the actual home to all but her brother Ross over the years. “Because of rent control, it was a freaking steal!” was the explanation as to how she could afford such a Manhattan palace, with two bedrooms and that glorious open kitchen/living room, a giant back window and small terrace area (accessible only through a window). At only $200 a month, it was indeed a steal. Below are some exclusive, never-before-seen set pictures of Monica's home that reveal some hidden secrets about our favorite chef.
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