The Antique Burlesque Chairs are vintage wooden chairs that have been expertly upholstered in the slightly risqué burlesque fabric. There are two types of chair available; Him which has arms and Her which is without arms. Both cost £695.
Buy the chairs as a pair or individually online at the Dupenny website.
Dupenny’s ever so slightly risqué burlesque illustrations can now be found on a range of ceramics.
The Dupenny Burlesque Dinner Plates feature four designs, Scarlet, Gigi (against red backgrounds), Peaches and Ophelia (against teal backgrounds). The plates measure 26cm and cost £25 each, or you can buy a set of four, containing one of each design for£100. The same lovely ladies also appear on side plates (£20 each) or mugs (£12).
Visit the Dupenny website to view the whole range.
The design captures the decadence you'd associate with that period, with a range of beautiful ladies in varying states of undress, each illustrated in their own decorative frame. The design is crammed full of the cheeky charm that you'd associate with Dupenny's products.
Like the ladies pictured, however, it doesn't come cheap. A panel of the wallpaper measures 52cm by 3m and costs £75.
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Last year we featured the wallpaper version of the design, now Dupenny has introduced some homeware featuring its 50s Housewives designs.
The first designs in the range are tea towels (above) and cushions (pictured over the page), all with a vintage 50s twist, not to mention a slightly saucy undertone.
The tea towels are a mix of cotton and linen, while the cushions have a silk outer and a duck feather and cotton inner, with prices at £12 and £55 respectively. See all the designs at the Dupenny site.