Channelling Mad Men in more than just name is the Sterling 1960-style furniture range at Maisons Du Monde.
This is what Maisons Du Monde does really well – complete furniture ranges. Some makers and sellers might do the odd desk, coffee table or cabinet. But MDM tends to take it further. It runs with a theme and keeps running.
So whether you are working a refresh of your living room, a new home office layout or you want a retro bedroom, it should have something for you.
Previous ranges like the Portobello selection, the Janeiro range and the Yucca range have tended to go for more of a 1950s vibe. But the Sterling range is very much a 1960s collection, right down to that Mad Men name.
A darker wood, more angular in design and just a little more opulent too. This is very much a range that would suit some high-flying ad agency executive’s pad in the early-to-mid 1960s with that mix of metal and acacia wood with hazelnut stain.
There’s so much of it too. If you need to refresh your living room, you can pick up everything from storage units and sideboards through to a distinctive round coffee table and somewhere to put your TV.
Those storage units would work in a home office too, alongside that lovely curved desk. And again, the drawers would sit nicely in a bedroom, as would the wardrobe and bedside table. Maybe you have room for a console in the hall? If you do, there’s one of those available as well.
In fact, it might help if I listed just what is available in the Sterling range and gave a few prices as a guide.
Working out way down the page, the shelving unit is the priciest piece in this range, selling for £1,397. Below that is a two-drawer sideboard £973.50), a two-door TV unit (£540.50), that 1960s must-have the bar cabinet (£648.50), the display case with glass doors (£1,289) and the more compact sideboard (£648.50).
Beyond that is the round coffee table (£432), the curvy desk (£540.50), the four-drawer console table (£487.50), a chest of drawers (£757), a bedside table (£205), an 8-seater dining table (£757) and finally, the large three-door wardrobe, retailing for £1,289.
I think that pretty much covers it. Great on their own, but working a treat together in a room. All of it is available online now.