If you've got a 60s-inspired room and want something with impact for a corner, this 1960s chrome plant stand could be just the thing.
It's unusual, most plant stands we see are of the 1950s / formica variety, rather than this one, which almost certainly from the '60s or early 1970s. The chrome frame stands around 38 inches tall, with those chromes arms featuring 'smoked' plastic stands at the end of each arm, four in total.
The chrome is said to be in good condition, aside from light pitting through age, while one of the plastic stands has a chip, which is highlighted on the images. £15.50 is the current price, if you want it in your home.
If you happen to be furnishing your home in a 1950s style, this wood and formica plant stand could be the perfect addition.
The main kidney shaped table is made of wood and finished with a charcoal grey Formica top plus a white grid pattern finish and a gold and black metallic rim. But that's not all – there's also four removable (and angled) wooden feet, two curved wood stems and five wooden platforms with Formica covers. It's an eye-catching thing, that's for sure.
The stand is described as being in 'very good/good' condition, with 'age related scratches, marks and staining' and a loose shelf, that can probably fixed easily. Right now, it's priced at £29.
A rather cool little item for the 50s-themed home, this Formica-topped plant stand.
No maker of note, but if you want the look, it's all here – three angled wooden legs, a wooden platform and a black and white-striped Formica top with silver metallic rim.
Condition is described as 'good/fair', with some age-related marking. Then again, not much to pay – right now, it's just 99 pence.
We have featured something similar in the past, but this 1950s plant stand on eBay looks a fine example.
A piece that screams the era, the stand has a wooden rectangular base with a cream formica top, angled legs and a central curved wooden arm that holds four further platforms, each made of wood and with formica and plastic ribbon adding to the detailing. If you love the 1950s, this will fit into your home perfectly.
Described as being 'in excellent condition', it already has a few bids on the book, but is still only at £25 right now.