Call it the Mad Men effect. Or maybe it's just because styles recycle themselves. Whatever the cause, mid-century modern is having a huge impact on today's style. We've rounded up the best resources for achieving the look — whether you want to buy new or go authentic by buying vintage…
BUY IT NEW
• West Elm — This Mid-Century Nightstand would look equally great in a bedroom or used as an end table in the living room.
• The Conran Shop — This bright yellow Edgar Bentwood Chair is Conran Shop's take on the classic Thonet.
• CB2 — This Club Piping Chair is giving me all kinds of Cuban-nightclub-circa-1962 vibes.
• Design Within Reach — The Saarinen Tulip Armchair has been an instant classic since it first appeared on the scene in 1956.
• Thrive Home Furnishings — The Carter Chair has the clean lines and skinny legs of pieces from the 1960s.
FIND IT USED
• Circa Modern — This Borge Mogensen teak and oak sideboard reveals an awesome colorful interior.
• The Good Mod — Now you really can pretend you're Don Draper while you sit at this Stow & Davis Walnut Executive Desk.
• Past Present Future sells vintage furniture, like these Vintage Lawrence Peabody for Selig Fiberglass Chairs, in addition to new reproductions.
• Salvage One — These Stacking Side Tables from Salvage One's online shop Designed by Gianfranco Frattini for Cassina Atelier International, Italy, 1966.
• Back Garage — Not only does Back Garage help organize Chicago's Vintage Bazaar, they also stock cool second-hand finds like this Bruce Hannah and Andrew Morrison Side Table for Knoll.
MORE VINTAGE GOODNESS ON APARTMENT THERAPY
• Classic American Style: Mid-Century Modern
• Vintage Inspired Refrigerators by Portobello Street
• Trend Spotting: Vintage Posters for New Movies
Images: As linked above.