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If you watch "Game of Thrones," and if you've ever seen a Restoration Hardware catalog, you may notice that they look very similar. Whether it's ornate, wooden tables or rustic sconces, the "Game of Thrones" set and the Restoration Hardware sets seem almost interchangeable.
The only issue with this is that "Game of Thrones" takes place in something close to the 1200s, and Restoration Hardware charges you $3,500 for a lamp that looks like it could have been made in the 1200s.
To show you how alike these are, we put some "Game of Thrones" characters in the Restoration Hardware catalog. They look right at home.
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Eddard Stark contemplates Winterfell in front of an heirloom collection trunk made of hand-carved solid hardwood ($2,195.00).
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Jaime Lannister is held captive in front of the stunning Lancaster leather sofa featuring down-blend cushions ($5,494.00).
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Tyrion Lannister cowers in fear beneath the vintage farm-tool dining collection featuring a rectangular farm table ($3,495.00) and baroque printed chairs ($369.00 each).
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Sansa Stark pleads for her life alongside the Deconstructed Wingback Collection featuring wingback settee ($2,795.00)
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Syrio Forel teaches Arya Stark how to sword fight in the Kensington upholstered sofa ($11,710.00) and Entablature Mirror ($3,495.00). What will they say to the Lord of Death? "Not today." Because they have expensive sofas to lounge on.
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Should Daenerys Targaryen go check on her dragons, or should she relax on this luxurious Deconstructed Chaise ($1,995.00) beneath a stunning wood crystal chandelier ($1,095.00)?
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Arya Stark wonders if she'll ever see her family again. But luckily, she'll have the Empire Rosette ($2,295.00) bed to keep away her nightmares.
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Lord Baelish and Varys plot their next schemes behind the Belgian Classic Roll Arm Slip Cover Collection ($4,520.00). Let's hope King Joffrey is not within earshot.