This 1960s town house designed by Hilary Thomas and Jeff Lincoln is a mix of ‘40s French, Park Avenue and Georgetown. Even if you’re not a Mad Men fan, you’re sure to drool over the turquoise theme and use of graphic patterns.

The kitchen is the contemporary focal point that sets the stage for the rest of the home. The Turkish patterned tile brings a spark of color against the white cabinets and black countertops.

The guest bedroom is covered with retro graphic patterned wallpaper.

The living room continues the turquoise theme with different accent pieces that even furthers the Mad Men feel.

The bone inlay side table is adorned with more retro finds and vintage flowers.

Images via House Beautiful

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