I think the final season of madmen had a profound effect on me style wise, and with a bedroom that is now a blank canvas I am really excited to create a new sleeping space. So I thought I would share some Mid Century Modern bedroom inspiration with you today. But don’t worry there will be no shaggy carpeting, although I bet its super soft under foot and a whole lot better than old floor boards that have nails sticking out of them??We are a sideboard loving household here with two floating around the house, so we are all sorted in that department, and we are still very much in love with our MCM bed frame from West Elm which we bought on their very first opening day in London – (whilst researching for this post I totally fell in love with these table lamps too)!I have acquired quite the taste for (what some call ugly) but I think is beautiful pottery, whether it be in the form of vases or table lamps, and love the tapered shape of the legs on classic 1960’s sideboards, occasional tables and stools. I like the idea of just adding a few subtle 60’s elements to a plain room, and the husband can get on board with the two paired back looks with lots of art below, but it wouldn’t it be so fun to go wild like Jonathan Adler (above)?This bedroom in an interior designed by Jamie Bush is all kinds of great, in summery melon tones with polished wood and dashes of bright pink and gold. Jamie had been brought in to balance the interiors with furnishings that had warm minimalist mid-century aesthetics.A bit more serious here, the grey upholstery mixed with soft furnishings and accessories in greens and blues is very neat and simple but I think too masculine for me, and I really want to mess up that bed!Below is a little collection of items I have sourced from all over to add just a touch or a whole lot of Mid Century Modern style to your bedroom. Blue, orange and grey with a dash of gold are the colours that seem to be calling to me at the moment.1 Guaxs Cubistic Round Table Lamp – Amara, 2 Bethan Gray Genevieve 1 Drawer Bedside Table, FSC Oak – John Lewis, 3 Laine Jute ceiling light shade – Habitat, 4 Vintage Carstens vase – After Glow Retro, 5 Vintage Nordic Style Throw Pillow – Retro68, 6 Flatweave Rug – Ptolemy Mann, 7 Mid-Century Bed Acorn – West Elm, 8 Grey woollen blanket – The Future Kept, 9 Prep Work Original Painting – Jeremy Miranda and Kai Kristiansen Dining Chair – Fallow Projects.Image credits from the top 1, 6 and 9 – The Brentwood Residence designed by Jamie Bush & Co via Homedsgn, 2 Brechtje Troost’s Home by Jantien De Bood for Inside Out via Domaine Home 3 Jonathan Adler designed decor with photography by Richard Powers via Preciously Me, 4 found on pinterest via Habitually Chic, 5 The summer house of clothing designer Nuno Benito, images by Montse Garriga for Elle Decor Espania via Plastolux, 7 Eve Wilson via Desire to Inspire and 8 Urban Outfitters.