Posts Tagged ‘Vintage’

New Sponsor – The French House!

I have always been a fan of the beautiful vintage furniture and accessories warehouse – The French House. Stocking a huge amount of gorgeous 19th century antiques, on trend 20th century design and beautiful curiosities, the main showroom in Parson’s Green is an inspirational place to visit in itself, so I am delighted to introduce […] Read more…

Yukka and Stamp

Yukka and Stamp are a student couple based in Brighton who in their spare time sell and create wonderful gifts of plants and herbs in old radios, teapots and a variety of wonderful vintage tins! Plants can be ordered directly through James and Charlotte. Read more…

Blast from the past

Oooohhh, coinciding with the V&A’s upcoming exhibition ‘Quilts 1700 – 2010’ the V&A Shop have created a limited edition collection of 18 printed quilting fabrics, which vividly bring to life designs from the quilts on display. The quilts within the exhibition contain examples of British quilts dating from 1700 to the present day – earliest […] Read more…

Winters Moon

Some adorable and unique pieces from online vintage store Winter’s Moon. How unusual is the tiger tray??? It’s like a Swedish textile print… Read more…

Supermarket Sarah!

Which girl doesn’t want to be Supermarket Sarah? Sarah, the coolest girl ever, sells an eclectic range of vintage fashion, wonderful trinkets and work from new designers online, with her living room doubling as her shop window. Although, selling online from your own home isn’t a new concept, Sarah’s shop is anything but unoriginal. Sarah […] Read more…

Memorabilia

Some beautiful nostalgic things at AGoodVintage, sourced from Somerset. A great little story attached to this find – during the 1950s, British housewives shopped at Woolworths for Ridgway’s Homemaker range of domestic earthenware. Designed by Enid Seeny, no one really recognised them as a design classic at the time. The pattern features real furniture and […] Read more…

DIY Vintage Printer’s Blocks

Now I love the look of battered and worn vintage printers and letterpress blocks. The trend of displaying these letters as decorations, spelling out words on tables and mantelpieces still prevails – but wouldn’t it be great to put them to use? I found a great home made DIY project to take these letters and […] Read more…

Tombees du Camion

I stumbled onto the website of Tombees du Camion today purely by accident, and when I did I was elated, astounded, mesmerized and confused all at once! Mainly because I don’t speak French, couldn’t understand what was going on and what the website sold (not to it’s detriment however – I found all the mechanical […] Read more…

A Pastel Past

Some old photos I dug out this weekend. I love the pale pastel hues and painterly colours in all of these. See the corals and the oyster pinks. Read more…

New Stash!

Ok – i know it was Nanny Harrison’s birthday but i’m the one that walked away with some gems! She was having another spring clean and i managed to score these beauties…3 Le Creuset dishes, 1 double partitioned vegetable dish, 1 yellow pyrex bowl, 1 ceramic butter dish and 1 silver serving platter with lovely […] Read more…

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