How to Give Your Home the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Treatment

Feast your eyes upon these mid-century interior essentials!

September 20, 2018

Have you hopped onboard The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel train yet? The Amazon series swept the 70th annual Primetime Emmy Awards with five wins including Best Comedy Series, and even picked up a couple of Golden Globes awards earlier this year. Set in 1950's Manhattan, the series follows housewife Miriam “Midge” Maisel and her quest to become a comedian after a series of life-altering events. The show has caught the eyes of decor lovers with its retro details and vivid tints of the olden days.

If you’re looking to sprinkle some marvelous inspiration into your home, here are some similar ‘50s pieces we’ve found to fulfill your technicolor dreams.

Red Tufted Sofa

Looking for a sofa to lounge on just like Mrs. Maisel? This vibrant red high-armed chesterfield loveseat recommended by Jason Champion could do the job. Meant for two, but just snug enough for one!

Black, White and Red Living Room

Eclectic Living Room With Vintage Red Leather Couch

A vintage red leather couch stands out in an eclectic living room, which also has unique red wall vases, a small glass coffee table with three white vases, black and white floral curtains, and a console with matching table lamps.

White Mid-Mod Dresser

This sleek white dresser would be a chic addition to any living room and can be used for your everyday storage needs. Our similar pick – from an episode of Fixer Upper – has a honey-brown wood lining with a surface sturdy enough for your essentials. Browse through the rest of the Joanna Gaines makeover.

Neutral Kid's Room with a White Dresser

Rustic Neutral Kid's Room with a White Dresser

A rustic, neutral boy's room with a white dresser is shown, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.

From: Fixer Upper
and Flip House to Family Project

Round Vanity Mirror

Sometimes extreme close-ups are necessary. Picked from a tour of a Posh Palace in Malta, this round vanity mirror gives you a full-view reflection and is just the right size for any simple stand.

Eclectic Bedroom With Tufted Headboard, Chandelier, Dressing Table

Glamorous Bedroom in Shades of Gray and Purple

For this eclectic bedroom, a low, tufted bed is paired with a crystal chandelier and over-sized metallic mirror. A contemporary dressing table and curvy purple chair add to the feminine quality of the space.

Photo by: WETAG Consulting, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

WETAG Consulting, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Classic Record Player

Vinyl is back in style and so are these compact portable record players. Our choice is the popular Crosley Cruiser turntable, with a rainbow of colors to choose from that fit any timeless era.

Record Player

Airstream Décor

The Junk Gypsies helped Miranda Lambert decorate her mother Bev's Airstream trailer, adding a funky, feminine, gypsy flair. The pink record player in the sitting room is an important element for the music-loving family.

Photo by: Sarah Wilson / Getty Images

Sarah Wilson / Getty Images

Blush Throw Pillows

It wouldn’t be the ‘50s without a clash of colorful patterns. To get the old-fashioned comfort look for your living spaces, try out one of interior designer Caitlin Murray's bold West Hollywood designs: blush pillows with a splash of powder pretty influence.

Bedroom With Pink-and-Blue Wallpaper and Canopy Bed

Bedroom With Pink-and-Blue Wallpaper and Canopy Bed

This bedroom features pink-and-blue wallpaper in a scallop pattern, a furry wall ornament, and a canopy bed with furry pillow.

Photo by: Mary Costa

Mary Costa

Sophisticated Nightstands

Our nightstand choice is a Victorian-era influenced piece, complete with circular metal pulls and a rustic lining. Extra decor tips from interior designer Lisa Bakamis include adding nifty accents like a wide table lamp and florals.

Modern Bedroom Furniture, Victorian Home, Contemporary Nightstand

Modern-Style Bedroom Furnishings Update Victorian Home

Round metal pulls on a wood and laminate bedside table and a glass jar lamp add to rustic details to this Victorian home's bedroom. A mid-century modern bed frame and leather chair combine with other unusual accents in the room to create a calm and sophisticated space.

Photo by: Lisa Bakamis

Lisa Bakamis

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