Shag rug? Saarinen tulip table? Archival color palette? Check, check, and check. Throw in some sky-high hair and crystal barware, and it's enough to make you want to sing "Zou Bisou Bisou."
It would hardly be the 1960s without a healthy dose of burnt orange. Pair the hue with funky modern artwork and a clean-lined sofa for a hip place to sink your head.
Inspired by Peggy's Upper West Side pad, an eclectic mix of midcentury furniture and bohemian accents feel perfectly cozy in the modern day.
Bold graphic wallpaper in iconic brown and orange contrast the clean lines of modern furniture in this retro-chic children's bedroom design.
A groovy hanging chair steals the show in this bold outdoor living space. And talk about pigment inspiration! Technicolor shades of pink, green, blue, and yellow ensure the retro-inspired space is anything but boring.
Ditch the formality of a dinner with Betty and Henry; these sleek chrome seats create a casual atmosphere with their plastic orange backs and psychedelic cushion pattern.
Not all of us can execute the flawless minimalist style of Roger Sterling. For those times when you need a little color, try an unexpected mix of blue and yellow.
For the junior copywriter, fashion a desk area among plenty of playful patterns. Faux wood-grain floors, geometric wall stencils, and a floral tufted bed frame are sure to inspire. Just think of the slogans to be dreamed up!
Board meetings have never looked so good. Design your dining room with clean chrome chairs, oversize abstract art, and a pop of pink for a look that's worthy of the 37th floor.
Wood-clad walls whisper of Don's rendesvous, while contrasting yellow and pink accents make for a bedroom with distinct Megan Draper influence.
You don't have to break out the pencil skirts to get Joan's impeccable style. Blush-pink wall color and pastel Eames chairs keep all their original design cred in this dashing dining room.
Powder-blue woodwork, black accents, and soft floral wallpaper combine for a bedroom as dramatic as Betty and Don's marriage. The timeless trio is just as luxurious today.
Sometimes all you need is an unconventional centerpiece to set a '60s stage. This custom coffee table features rounded edges to liven up the angular area.
Bert Cooper's warm, caramel-color executive office delights with detailed Asian influence. These quirky hand chairs provide the perfect place to perch with a mid-meeting martini.
Betty devotees, rejoice. We're still totally mad for plaid, and this wallpapered kids bedroom is fit for the Bobby and Eugene in your life.
Bring a piece of the Big Apple into your living room with vibrant pop art. This portrait of the Flatiron building perks up slim wood furniture and a signature tufted couch.
Studded red barstools and dark wood paneling elicit a laid-back vibe for a late-night lounge without all the smoke and scotch.