With Mad Men premiering its sixth season this Sunday, April 7, we thought it was fitting to feature the boards that channel the show's retro aesthetic on this edition of Hot On Pinterest. Needless to say, we wish we lived through the 60s. Clean-lined furnishings, pops of color and tons of texture -- what's not to love? And thanks to these boards, we just might have the inspiration we need to bring the look into our own homes.
Tangerine Doll: This pinner's board, named 50s-60s-70s Retro Vintage Interior Design, curates a collection of bright and daring designs from these fabulous eras. So if you're a fan of deep oranges and brilliant pinks, you'll definitely want to head over to Tangerine Doll's curated photos.
Tim Johnson: Speaking of retro, Tim Johnson's board Retro Interiors is dedicated to capturing the essence of early to mid-century design. Though the board ventures further back in time than the 60s, his collection is worth a look for a historical account of America's design evolution.
Astrid Brokhus: If you're ready for a board that focuses on products and items from back in the day, then swing over to this pinner's 60s/70s Interior board, where you'll find an impressive roundup of old typewriters, patterned chairs and colorful decor.
Kathy Luty: Kathy Luty's Mid-Century Modern board has all the ingredients for any home owner looking to channel a 1960s home. And since she combines this with the occasional piece of contemporary furniture, this collection makes for a perfect guide on how to incorporate these styles together.
Sandy Lin/Dan Goldin: Capping off our list are pinners whose board was created specifically to honor the show. Mad Men Interior Design is your go-to source for all sorts of design inspiration you'll need to recreate the "Mad Men" look in your own pad.
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