If you are looking for a statement chair then look no further. This rattan rocking chair ticks all the boxes for style and comfort, and the vinatge design will work in most homes. Dress it up with a sheepskin for extra comfort, making this the perfect reading chair.
We love this vintage style Copenhagen clock from The Little House Shop. There isn’t much to say about it apart from it will look great in any room, particularly an industrial or mid century styled space.
Head to Pitfield Street, London W1 and seek out this treasure trove of both new and vintage unique pieces.
Together with its cafe, Pitfield is a pleasure to explore and a place to discover the weird and the wonderful to update interiors in your home. They even have a bug hotel for sale and offer a design service!
Find them at :
31-35 Pitfield Street, London, N1 6HB
‘Attracting the creative and curious, our eclectic emporium stocks only beautiful, unique and attention grabbing homewares. Our interiors and lifestyle shop, café and exhibition gallery presents colour, glamour, glitz and excitement. Discover vintage finds, designer wallpapers and carpets, reworked furniture, inspiring gifts and more. Browse our categories to enter a fantastical world where everything is retro and riveting, dramatic and daring.’
In great vintage condition as is but if you fancy an alternative colour or pattern, these talented folks also offer an upholstery service. Along side upholstery and vintage pieces, the store also offer a beautiful curated range of other homewares including lighting, prints and cushions.
Founded in 2015 Hilary & Flo is a Shefield based interiors store with an eclectic mix of accessories, furniture and gifts. If you like your interiors quirky and like to fill your home with individual fun pieces then be sure to check out their website.
Fall in love with a great collection of home accessories including ceramic vases, gorgeous faux flowers, cushions and prints as well as a small selection of vintage piece.
The trend for using drinks trolleys in the home is growing with high street and designer stores alike continuing to stock great styles. The drinks trolley is a versatile, practical, movable piece of furniture that, with all the current styles available (modern, retro, antique, industrial, minimal) there’s one to suit every home and they’re aren’t just for drinks and glasses .
This handy piece of furniture is great for a multitude of uses – kitchenalia, toiletries, make up, books, as a side table, office and work goods, even shoes.
With prices up from around £50 there’s something for every budget plus hunting eBay, vintage markets or furniture charity stores can often come up trumps with some amazing prices especially when they are a little worn round the edges and need a little sanding, painting or cleaning – it’s a great upcycling project which benefits you to allow you to colour or style the piece to suit your home.
Letter accessories are a great way to personalise your home with new and old type styles, available online, in stores and from markets. It’s a unique alternative to home accessories – looking good wall mounted, hanging on doors or standing on sideboards or shelving.
We love these ‘individual black letters and numbers screened onto clear perspex with geometric detailing‘ sourced by Respect Your Elders and sold through Pedlars World (online) – £12 each.
Explore vintage shops and antiques fairs to find discarded vintage fonts previously used for signage in pubs, shops, and other businesses. Ebay is also a great source for these.
Spell out motivational words, names or statements or just choose single initials.