The Wandavision Set

The Wandavision set sounds like a 1950s television, but in this case, we’re looking at the set from the first couple of episodes of Wandavision. As I understand it, the show will move forward in time, and we will see sitcom sets from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 00s.

I don’t know how many UK viewers will be familiar with The Dick Van Dyke Show (it’s great, and should be watched for sure), so the set may just feel like a generic 60s sitcom one.

I’ve always liked the layout of the Petrie’s house.

And here’s how it looks on the stage.

This is the dining area.

And here’s the kitchen.

So, let’s see how the Wandavision set looks.


Dining area.

As you can see, it’s pretty faithful, though a little bigger, and not quite the same.

They even have a chair jumping moment.

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