Thursday, November 11, 2010

Mad Men Set Design to Real Life

Roger Sterling's minimalist office pairs the now classic Saarinen Tulip table with an Artemide Nesso table lamp.
Photo: Michael Yarish/AMC

 A Saarinen-style dining table takes a starring role in a modern New York City dining room. The space merges mid century pieces with a glass chandelier and an antler chair.
Photo: William Waldron

 One of the more colorful office spaces this workroom features a clean-lined sofa in a signature '60s burnt orange.
Photo: Michael Yarish/AMC

 In this Manhattan apartment a black leather sofa by Room & Board is a more versatile option for today-a tailored style that works even in the most eclectic of spaces.
Photo: Simon Upton

 The iconic Eames Molded Plastic armchair steals the show in Joan's no-frill office.
Photo: Michael Yarish/AMC

 This London home mixes this shapely chair with a vintage Jansen desk.
Simon Upton

 Sterling Cooper's former Madison Avenue lobby welcomes potential clients with a dazzling a C. Jere wall sculpture.
Photo: Michael Yarish/AMC

A similar wall sculpture by C. Jere is a glimmering focal point in a modern Boston home.
Photo: Eric Roth

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