I’m sure you can still get the original sets somewhere, but Britpop Trumps takes Top Trumps to a different level. Read more
Want to feel old? Blur’s Park Life album is 25-years-old. To celebrate Park Life at 25, there’s some new vinyl and some reissued merchandise. Read more
I’m guessing the year isn’t random. Fred Perry polo shirts in 1994 colours are back on the shelves because of Britpop. Read more
We aren’t living through swinging London or Britpop, but the Smeg Union Jack retro toaster is still an eye-catching design. Read more
They could date from the 1960s or they might be from the Britpop era. Either way, the short sleeve knits at Pop Boutique are well worth a look. Read more
If Noel Gallagher is looking to do a spot of decorating to take his mind off the Oasis split, he may well be interested in this Britpop wallpaper from Wallpaper Space. Not only does it revive that 1990s era when he was at his peak in popularity but of course, by default, it reflects Britpop's obsession with the sixties. Handily it also fits well with the trend for union jack patriotism that's going on in interior design right now.
The wallpaper is printed with newspaper stories from the nineties, superimposed with union jack patterned shapes of dogs, phone boxes, minis and (especially for you Noel) guitars. The paper is shown in its most traditional red, white and blue colour way above but also comes in, what Wallpaper Space describes as poptastic pink, camouflage green, urban grey or liquorice black. All the papers have a matt finish.
The paper costs £55 a roll from the Wallpaper Space website