I happen to love television. There are so many wonderful mindless shows to get sucked into after a day of meetings with clients and contractors, staring at fabric samples, and shopping at the D&D. But, on Sunday after a weekend of fun, I have no excuse for needing "fluff" TV.
By Sunday, I am usually ready to get my head back into design again, and Mad Men just happens to be the perfect way to do this. Of course, I feast my eyes on Don Draper, the chain smoking, philandering, sexiest-man-alive character who plays a Madison Avenue advertising executive. I could go on and on about him, but I will leave it at that since I am here to blog about "all things relating to interiors."
This show happens to boast perfectly re-created sets, full of accurate 1960’s interiors. The office interiors are some of my favorites. I love the colored office doors and all the Knoll furniture. And I love Don Draper’s bedroom, with that sexy tufted headboard (so Dorothy Draper). The show’s intro is equally fabulous and well designed. There really is nothing about this show that I dont love!