We’ve loved The Simpsons for three decades and know each of the show’s locations by heart, but let’s be honest, it’s about time Homer and Marge hire an interior designer to glam their place up. A team of designers at HomeAdvisor decided to give this task to the eccentric filmmaker Wes Anderson. They reimagined six classic locations from the cult animated TV show in the signature unique and whimsical visual style of Wes Anderson and brought them to life.

The six recognizable spaces from the popular TV show included the Simpsons’ living room, the Simpsons’ kitchen, Lisa’s bedroom, Moe’s Tavern, the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant Sector 7-G, and Mr. Burns’ office. These realistic renderings of the Simpsons’ interiors with a quirky treatment look like real-life sets from a Wes Anderson movie.

In order to come up with “Wes-Andersonified” Simpsons interiors, HomeAdvisor spent hours analyzing the aesthetics of the director’s actual movies Grand Budapest Hotel, The Royal Tenenbaums, The Darjeeling Limited, Moonrise Kingdom, Rushmore, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.

Take a close look at these Wes Anderson-style makeovers of The Simpsons locations and let us know in the comments what you think!

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The Simpsons Family Living Room

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“That famous boat on the Simpsons’ wall been swapped for a common Montague Dawson reproduction (there’s a Wes Anderson character name for you). We’ve taken a tip from the Tenenbaums and filled the gaps with even more art. The weirder, kitsch-er, and more cramped your selection, the better.

Remember magazine racks? Remember magazines? Wes Anderson does. So we’ve popped a charming teak number right where anyone else would have their Wi-Fi router. And Anderson’s Simpsons lounge features vintage (thrift store) lamps and light fittings for that antiquated look.”

The Simpsons Family Kitchen

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“The Simpsons kitchen has gone ‘Fondant Fancy pink’ under Wes Anderson’s eye, a shade pinched from The Grand Budapest Hotel. It now looks like a place where you might actually want to sit down to eat! Reducing the number of colors in play instantly makes ‘random’ details like the vintage telephone look intentional and stylish.

We’ve also made a feature of the hanging utensils. Hit the thrift store (again) to find a quirky (and random) saucepan, breadboard, and wooden spoon, and you have the start of your own Andersonian art exhibition—as long as you hang them neatly.

The fastest way to get this look for yourself? Paint your kitchen and install retro appliances to add nostalgia and whimsy.”

Lisa Simpson’s Bedroom

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“There’s no shortage of prodigious children with super-stylish bedrooms in Wes Anderson’s universe. And if anyone deserves a Wes Anderson design upgrade, it’s Lisa Simpson. Her Tenenbaums-tinged bedroom is as pink as it ever was but now lined with Damask wallpaper so luxurious you may be reconsidering wallpaper.

Somebody as bookish as Lisa deserves a dignified bookcase, so we’ve replaced her cobalt-blue Ikea monstrosity with a baby blue-stained vintage find. A wealth of clashing textures and patterns provides Lisa the constant stream of inspiration she requires.”

Moe’s Tavern

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“Homer’s local has famously never been cleaned, but today it gets a full makeover. Wes’s Tavern is inspired by the faded imperial ‘glory’ of The Darjeeling Limited’s interiors, hence the ornate patterned windows and gold leaf paneled ceiling.

We were also inspired by Anderson’s lesser-seen short film ‘Hotel Chevalier.’ While the filmmaker creates most of his locations from scratch, for this short he took Natalie Portman and Jason Schwartzman to the Raphael Hotel in Paris—where the symmetrical dining room was readymade for the Anderson aesthetic.”

The Springfield Nuclear Power Plant Sector 7-G

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“Wes Anderson’s characters tend to be maladjusted geniuses and misunderstood artists. In the Simpsons, the workers of Sector 7-G are more likely to be schmoles, carbon blobs, boobs, cabbage-heads, and chair-moisteners. Is there really such a difference between these categories?

Even cabbage-heads deserve a pleasant work environment, so we’ve borrowed the look of the laboratory from The Belafonte (Steve Zissou’s boat in The Life Aquatic). And check out the radiation-themed carpet – its color is inspired by the weave in Jeff Goldblum’s office in The Grand Hotel Budapest.”

Mr. Burn’s Office

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“Mr. Burns has the most Wes Anderson-ish interior in all of Springfield: the scale, the symmetry, the stuffed polar bear. But those colors need desaturating to pass in the Wesniverse, and the power plant boss/town despot needs a lot more clutter to become a Wes Anderson villain.

Any self-respecting billionaire would have a sterling silver bear (which happens to be one of the filmmaking awards that Wes Anderson has won) rather than rotting old taxidermy. And notice the rug is a little askew? Could that be a trapdoor underneath? Villainy!”