Celebrate your weekly sweet treat fix with these tea time small baking cases.
A delightful selection of baking cases available in you choice of design and size. Whether you want muffins, cakes, a banana loaf or whatever your sweet tooth desires. These cake cases look like they've grown legs, jumped in a time machine and hopped forward 50 years to make your day a little better. The vintage designs are beautiful if a little chintzy and if you're not into cake they could be used as little storage pots.
As they are made to order you can choose what you like. Prices start from £7.85 from Not on the high street.
Bring a little love back into your kitchen with this Mason Cash red hearts mixing bowl.
You don't have to be a domestic goddess to enjoy this lovely red mixing bowl from John Lewis and it will make even the least likely Nigella's think about baking. Even if you just use it for decoration, or as a fruit bowl, it's a great addition to any kitchen and will brighten up any living space.
Get yours for £17.50 from John Lewis online.
A piece of artwork in honour of a once much loved piece of kitchen equipment, this retro Kenwood Mixer print is from Bournemouth-based Etsy seller Nursey Bang Bang.
The A5 print celebrates the beauty – complete with orange trim – of this must-have of the 70s kitchen. Other prints also celebrate other now redundant household goods such as an old-fashioned hoover and a vintage Pifco iron.
Nursey Bang Bang describes her style as having a "whiff of the 50s, a dash of the mundane, a splattering of the 70s which is all rolled up in a picnic blanket full of cake crumbs". We heartily approve.
The print costs just £8.
Buy it from her Etsy shop
Ella Doran is becoming a regular feature of the UK high street thanks to her collaborations with various retailers, the latest of which is Habitat.
The Joanie range is inspired by Ella's personal collection of vintage tea plates, with family heirlooms and charity shop finds updated and re-imagined to create a distinctive pattern with a contemporary flavour.
The range incorporates everything you need to hold a stylish tea party; bone-china tea-cups and dessert plates, napkins and a table runner – a great reason to get an apron on and get baking.
You can see the full range and buy here.
What could be better than cake mixing it with old school arcade games. And if you plan on mixing the two, you'll need to get yourself this Retro Arcade Cake Mould.
Coming soon to the Spinning Hat site, the mould is inspired by the first generation of arcade gaming, Space Invaders if you want to be specific. The mould can make various levels of gaming cake, so if you fancy making a multi-level arcade sponge or carrot cake…well…you can.
See over the page for one of those finished products and if you want one, you can pre-order now, with the price at just £9.99.
Find out more at the Spinning Hat website
Cath Kidston, Lisa Stickley: we seem to have featured a lot of cake tins recently. But if you like cake, these stacking cake tins have a great advantage – you can store three tiers worth!
Apart from the joy of holding a lot of cake, these tins have got the benefit of some good vintage style. They come in cream covered metal, with either green or red lids. The look is topped off with some matching, not-too-twee, retro typography. For those who are slightly less greedy, they're available as single tins too.
The set of three stacking tins is available for £35.
Buy it from the Dotcomgiftshop