These TV shows become famous for their excellent storytelling and (of course) mid-century design inspirations… Take a look!
If you’re sitting on the couch with no ideas whatsoever for your next design projects, sit tight because the following TV hits are going to provide the ultimate mid-century design inspiration! Are you a design lover that shares a secret passion for the mid-century design world?
Well, the following TV shows, which turned out to be one of the greatest TV hits in the world, tell an incredible story through their amazing mid-century design inspirations. When you take the time to watch them is like you are entering a unique time capsule to your favorite era… and the best part? You can take their mid-century design flair to your home decor through the right mid-century furniture pieces! Are you ready to be inspired?
When we recall the famous show that ran from 2007 until 2015, it is almost like we are entering a unique time capsule for 1960s New York City. Emmy-winning set decorator Claudette Didul said she took the mid-century design inspiration from two 1960s-era books by author Betty Pepis, as well as the 1965 book Decoration U.S.A.
The Marvellous Mrs Maisel
To create the show’s incredible set, the production designer Bill Groom, who searched for mid-century design inspiration in books, Life magazines, and catalogs, has said he copied the latter from a Doris Day movie and sourced the home furnishings from antique dealers. This Amazone Prime show is characterized by the iconic use of bold and bright colors!
That iconic palatial 20,000-square-foot estate in the Hamptons used to belong to Henry Ford II and is valued at a mere $175 million. In this set, the production designer Stephen Carter told Architectural Digest that he and his team placed a desk from Newel Antiques and kept the homeowner’s rug in the office. However, for Logan’s Fifth Avenue apartment the set decorator George DeTitta shopped at high-end mid-century design inspirations sources such as Newel Prop, 1stdibs, John Street Antiques, The Antique and Artisan Gallery, among others.
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