Perry Mason has the perfect midcentury modern offiice. Here's Raymond Burr as Perry Mason in his office. Look at the furniture in the background. The ceiling fixture looks like it might have been manufactured by Arteluce. I don't have any idea about the manufacturer of the dining table and chairs. Maybe someone can help identify it.
The walls in Perry Mason's office have strange paneling. I don't know what to think of it, but I love the print on the wall.
On the wall behind his desk, he has some great '50s wall sconces. Too bad the show was filmed in black and white. It would be nice to see what color the sconces are. They are definitely two different colors. He has the coolest light fixtures!
The couch in his office is long and angular. It's so '50s. The show began in 1957, and all of these images are from the first season. I'll have to keep watching to see if his office changes in later seasons. The midcentury modern interiors don't provide all of the eye candy for the show. There is also a lot of great fashions and hairstyles, which range from everyday working people to movie stars. The show is worth watching for the midcentury styles alone.
Here's one more fun thing I noticed whole watching the show. In this scene, Perry and his secretary, Della, visit a Hollywood agency. In the background, there's a photo of Jayne Mansfield on the wall.