Looking at these photos I sort of cringed. Egyptian papyrus scroll hieroglyphics above the sofa, African animal skins and poster, tribal drums, African figures, masks, prints............gee, do you suppose T.C. was black? Once upon a time in the mid-80's when African Americans were not often regulars on top-10 TV shows (pre-Cosby - post "Julia", "Good Times"), I guess having this cliche decor was acceptable. Other than that, it's gorgeous! (lol) At least the set isn't the usual "box" and has some interesting angles and wall surfaces. I remembering ordering those Egyptian hieroglyphic papyrus prints for over the sofa (I was so hip!), but I can't remember if I did the entire set or not. I'm guessing I might have or I wouldn't have taken so many pictures of it. I remember we did keep a file with Polaroid shots of all the permanent sets to make sure everything always went back. This set would have been called a "swing set" (no, not the kind you buy at Sears) because it was only set up as needed and then stored. Sometimes walls or windows might get reused in another set, but we always had to be careful not to use any of the dressing. Even pre-stop action TV had people who would notice T.C.'s zebra skin in another set. Normal minimum wall height was 10 feet. Paneling only came in 8 feet so you can see the picture molding at 8 feet with 2 more feet added. Well, that's all I can think of on this less than memorable set.