Don Draper's New High Rise Manhattan Apartment on AMC's 'Mad Men' (Photo from latimesblog.latimes.com)
A recent LA Times blog post reveals where set decorator Claudette Didul found the furnishings for Don Draper's new home in the hit series "Mad Men."
Many of the pieces in the living room and dining room were found by Didul in stores that are on the Antique and Retro Shopper's Maps. The glass-topped coffee table in the above picture came from Deja Vu in Long Beach. Deja Vu carries Art Deco to mid-century modern European furnishings. Didul found the Lied Mobler black leather lounge chair in Los Angeles in Galerie Sommerlath, a sophisticated gallery that carries mid-20th century designer furniture, lighting and paintings.
The LA Times story says that much of the glassware, cookware and kitchen accessories pictured above were found in the antique malls in Orange and Pomona, and the Pasadena Antique Center and Annex and Novotny's Antique Gallery in Pasadena.
Didul found pieces on Etsy, Ebay and Craigslist as well, but the majority of the design came from local Southern California dealers.