There’s something about Mad Men returning for its seventh season that makes us want to draw on cat eyes a` la Megan Draper and throw a party in a sunken living room — if we had one, that is. If watching Don and the gang last night gave you a serious case of the mid-century modern decor blues, start clicking for some of the most famous homes built and designed to 1960s and 1970s perfection.
If you find yourself constantly envying Nolan Ross and Emily Thorne’s oceanfront Hamptons homes on Revenge, we don’t blame you. Although East End homes are known for being ridiculously pricey, here are six properties we love that aren’t quite as foreboding as Victoria Grayson’s estate:
If you’ve ever wanted your own kingdom in Westeros, that’s probably not going to happen — but for all Game of Thrones fans, this NYC co-op may be the perfect home for you.
Listed for $7 million, the Gramercy Park property hasn’t been on the market in 45 years — and looking at the heavy medieval decor, architecture and stone walls, we’re not that surprised. But do you think that Cersei Lannister would approve of the stained glass windows?
This year’s brutally long winter gave us a serious case of cabin fever and if you’ve found the relationship with your significant other to be as claustrophobic as your shoebox-sized apartment, it may be time to shake things up and get outdoors. The sun is finally showing its face and music festival season is just...read more
Picking out the perfect decor for a royal country estate is a tough task, and one that only a princess could handle — namely Kate Middleton.
The Duchess of Cambridge was seen shopping for Turkish kilim rugs in a Henley-on-Thames store, according to E!. They reported that Kate bought two rugs in soft red and pastel blue shades to furnish bedrooms in she and Prince William’s Georgian-style Anmer Hall estate in Norfolk, England.
If you can’t be married to Prince William (and you can only get your hair to look like hers after a salon trip), the next best thing is stealing some of her bedroom decor style with these gorgeous rugs.