If your take on retro design is something a little older than the latter part of the 20th century, you might appreciate the Sanderson's William Morris wallpaper designs at John Lewis.
Sanderson (which is currently hosting an exhibition of its work) has reprinted some classic William Morris designs from the arts and crafts era, specifically from the late 19th century, offering a number of designs inspired by nature. But most importantly, designs that are still eye-catching and interesting today.
The William Morris Fruit pattern above is just one example and like all in the range, is made to order and comes in a width of 52cm and a length of 10.5m. Each roll retails for £45.
Find out more at the John Lewis website
We've already featured quite a few of the products and projects Heal's have lined up to celebrate their bicentenary. If you're based near London and have an interest in their fine furniture heritage, you may want to pop along to their latest event, an antique selling exhibition.
Launched on Sunday at the Tottenham Court Road store it features Heal's furniture ranging from the Arts and Crafts period up to the 1950s. The examples pictured above all date from the 1930s with the exception of the cupboard which was made in the 1920s.
No indication of prices but they are likely to be pretty pricey. However, if you fancy a visit to get some inspiration from original good quality pieces, the exhibition is on until 3 April.
Find out more from the Heal's website