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The Jetsons' creators picked up on mid-century architects love for open interiors - and that is not an obsession that's disappeared. This space is a great example of a wide open space, full of clean lines and natural light, that's also neatly divided into usable living spaces.
Plus, how great are those orange chairs? While the show's color palette leaned more on blues, greens and purples, in recent years, orange has felt like a color that's retro, but also current.
The Jetsons' home is wall-to-wall window - like this amazing bathroom. Of course, in the imagined 2062, taking a bath in this room would probably be a little risky, what with the flying cars and all.
Like telephone technology, the creators of the Jetsons also missed out on the telecommuting trend. This home office captures some of the technology that the Jetsons might have imagined - and that we're all still waiting for. I, for one, am ready for holographic computer screens.