It has the 'look' of a Guzzini lamp, but it certainly isn't one. This is a Herda table lamp, available for next to nothing right now.
An affordable (and retro) way to spruce up a kitchen is to invest in these Vintage By Hemingway storage tins.
The dishes are a new production line, but made from original pressed glass molds from the 1940's-1960's using the original techniques and colours for producing this type of glassware. The colours have a jewel-like quality as they catch and reflect the light; perfect for adding some retro glamour to your tableware.
You could go for pink, limelight or grape and the dishes cost £21.95 each – take a closer look here.
Fresh in at Habitat, but with a distinctly retro look, are these Brady mugs.
If you're looking for new season fashion with a vintage twist then this Geo-Mod Velvet Pencil Skirt from Anthropologie might be just the thing.
Pencil skirts are big news for the coming season and with it's bold, graphic sixties-style print this op-art pink, black and mustard design is right on the money for lovers of retro style. The skirt works well as pictured, with bare legs and a denim shirt for the warmer days of autumn but will really come into it's own with a black polo neck and opaque tights come winter.
The skirt costs £78 from Anthropologie – check it out online here.
This was seen as a concept a short while back, but now it looks like the Instagram Socialmatic camera is about to go into production.