No maker and no specific year, but I think we're safe to call this a 1970s Danish circular table lamp.
If you think space age, you probably think 'round TV'. In fact, you probably think of the 1960s Keracolor circular television.
We have featured one of these in the past, but as this G-Plan Astro coffee table is going cheap right now, it is well worth flagging up once more.
It's one of the classics from the G-Plan golden age, a coffee table made in the midcentury style back in the 1960s, with this curved wood frame made of teak, topped off with a safety glass surface.
British-made (and to a high standard), this Astro coffee table is currently at a bargain £1.24.
Round by name, round by nature, that's this Arthur A J Marshman-designed Horton Rounds house in Horton, Northamptonshire.
Arthur A J Marshman designed the house in 1966 on the grounds of the old tennis courts to Horton House. Why he decided on circular is anyone's guess, but we're glad he did, as he's left us a stunning period gem set out over three floors, with an annexe wing and some good outside space.
Though it might suggest the sixties to you by its name, the sculptural-looking Ringo magazine rack would look more at home in a 1950s-style home. The rack appears light and elegant, made simply from four nickel plated steel rings … perfect for storing all your interiors magazines in a stylish manner.
The rack costs £24.99.
Buy it from The Contemporary Home website