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Mikel Irastorza
San Sebastian
Ideabooks6,648
Questions9
other Mad Men design moves are inspiring you this season? I'm also loving the way the walls of Joan's apartment are saturated in color. Let us know what you're digging — or which trends you hope have gone away forever — in the Comments section.More:Brass and Gold Accents Make a Comeback'Mad Men' Style:
Grows Up'Mad Men' Style: Sally Draper's Tween and Teen BedroomGuest Picks: Live Like Mad Men
“Love” — chicdesign22
Story & Space - Interior Design and Color Guidance
6 Reviews
Turquoise and Green Bedroom
Ideabooks29,636
Questions15
Get the 'Mad' Men LookConsider the Home Office BarGuest Picks: Live Like the Mad Men
“bed frame” — suzannemvw
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Modern Annex Renovation
Ideabooks1,430
Questions0
episodes of Mad Men. Media console: Ikea; rug: West Elm; coffee table: Guff Furniture; prints: Mr. City Printing
episodes of Mad Men.
episodes of Mad Men.Media console: Ikea; rug: West Elm; coffee table: Guff Furniture; prints: Mr. City Printing
“Stairs” — chamsan
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
Telegraph Hill Residence
Ideabooks1,635
Questions1
With a MadMen theme'd office we'll easily be able to incorporate Kalwal for light transference!
a bit Mad Men, this study offers a comfortable place to assemble. From the couches in the foreground to the seating, each piece is arranged perfectly. Keeping the chairs perpendicular and creating angles adds to a masculine vibe.
“it´s” — edithsilla
Holly Marder
The home of Bianca
Ideabooks1,774
Questions4
got a Mad Men feel to it, with a foldout bar."
got a Mad Men feel to it, with a foldout bar." The radio that sits on top was a gift from an elderly neighbor who recognized the buffet as being similar to one he had owned back in the '50s. “He received the radio as a wedding gift and wanted me to have it, so he donated it, and we absolutely love it
“Credenza idemo” — lizhome2014
Above Construction
1 Review
Hicks
Ideabooks205
Questions1
You love Mad Men (duh) and anything from the mid-1940s to the late ’60s. You love simple forms, clean lines, natural materials and anything Eames, Knoll, Saarinen or Noguchi. You’re outgoing, and you love cocktail parties and dressing up. You are midcentury modern.
You love Mad Men (duh) and anything from the mid-1940s to the late ’60s. You love simple forms, clean lines, natural materials and anything Eames, Knoll, Saarinen or Noguchi. You’re outgoing, and you love cocktail parties and dressing up. You are midcentury modern.
“Cool vibe” — epadams06
Charline Lancel
Tiling fresco
Ideabooks1,561
Questions2
office on Mad Men very soon.
“The chairs” — alexawelch
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
Ideabooks6,015
Questions6
with some Mad Men.
“Table. Epic.” — oneruthjohnson
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