Take a Swank Step Back in Time With These ‘Mad Men’-Inspired Pads

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.

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Charles and Ray Eames

The Eames House, located in LA and built in 1949, is a National Historic Landmark of classic mid-century modern architecture and decor.
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Arthur Elrod

Designed by the legendary interior designer Arthur Elrod, the pastel bedroom in the Elrod House in Palm Springs looks exactly like one that Megan Draper would fall asleep in.
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Richard Neutra

Modernist architect Richard Neutra built the Hailey Residence in the Hollywood Hills and focused on showing off the wooden beams supported by columns.
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Eero Saarinen

A little "Zou Bisou Bisou" in the sunken living room in Eero Saarinen's Miller House, anyone?
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Harold B. Zook

Harold Zook's San Marino creation has a pool that the newly California-loving Pete Campbell would jump into any day.

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