More great designs with a wonderfully retro aesthetic from Hannah Turner, with her retro Toadstool range.
For those in need of some cheering 1970s colour and pattern, check out the Woodland range, new in at Hunkydory Home.
Whilst owls are still ruling the animal design world for now, foxes could certainly give them a run for their money. This Fox Cushion from Howkapow is another stylish home accessory featuring woodland creatures.
Nina’s decorative motifs incorporate woodland creatures and have a retro seventies feel thanks to a distinctive paisley element to their design.
The pot is enamel coated and suitable for either tea or coffee. Enamel has long been used to make camping crockery and this pot would make a great accessory for a comfortable camping (or “glamping”) holiday.
The pot costs £14.95 and you can buy it from Bloomsbury & Co here.
Update: This is now discounted to £9.50 at Achica.
Looking for some seasonally appropriate, reasonably priced original art with a retro feel? This Little Winter Trees print by Eloise Renouf is surely the answer to such a quest.
Renouf is a Nottingham-based designer who interest in mid-century textiles and pattern is reflected in her work. Like the mid-century artists she admires, her designs use natural imagery, breaking it down to its skeletal forms. This print is a great example of her work, with the subdued pale colours used enhancing the Wintery look of the woodland scene.
A4 sized, the print is limited to 100 copies and costs $25.
Buy it from her Etsy store
via Print & Pattern