The new offices at Sterling Cooper Draper Price use bright primary colors set off by white walls.
This cheerful modern kitchen uses the same punches of red and yellow with modern silhouettes.
The tulip table, rounded upholstered chairs and pop of red give this room a Mad Men look.
The creatives at the firm have a lounge with an interesting palette of burnt orange, denim indigo and green, as well as a large inspiration board.
This bright green at graphic designer Maya Drozdz's loft as well as the mid-century furnishings and work hung on the wall serve as their own sort of inspiration board.
Inspiration boards will never go out of style. This one is from an architect's office.
More creative mulit-purpose spaces. I could see Peggy feeling right at home spit-balling P.R. stunts in here.
I would love for Peggy to chuck her fussy grandma furnishings that she has at home and have a bedroom like this one.
ROGER STERLING'S OFFICE: Nesso lamp, tulip table, mirrored console, chrome accessories, black and white painting and black and white curtains. This one is my favorite.
These printed curtains, tulip table, and Scandinavian chairs have a very similar aesthetic.
Much of the palettes on Mad Men sets are black, white, cream and brown. This is a great use of Mid-Century furnishings in that palatte.
JOAN'S OFFICE: Now that Joan has burst through a glass ceiling and landed in an office separated from the secretarial pool, she's gone for a traditional masculine aesthetic to show off her new power.
The clean lines of the storage and wood desk have a similar look to Joan's new digs.
The more traditional painting and simple furnishings could serve Joan well.
With her new higher salary, I could totally see this being Joan's newly redecorated living room.
DON'S OFFICE: It hasn't changed much. He's still got his abstract painting, neutral color palette, fresh shirt in the drawer and an ample supply of spirits in his office.
This clean, neutral aesthetic recalls Don's office style.
This console, painting, and tablescape (consolescape?) would fit right in Don's new office.
CONFERENCE ROOM: The new offices of Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce are lacking a conference table. The next few rooms would look great in their office suite!
We haven't seen Cooper's new office yet, but he always has the most avant garde paintings in his office, most recently a Rothko. As long as shoes were removed, I think he'd love this space.