Last year we featured Living Union's range of cushions and textiles based on fabulous textile designs by Robert Stewart. Those 1950s patterns have been put to another good use in these placemats and coasters.
Daphne Padden midcentury illustration collection at Beast in Show
In the middle of many midcentury-inspired designs, this Daphne Padden collection from Beast in Show is the real thing, and her illustrations have been made available on everything from cards to coasters.
Carly Dodsley retro cocktail coasters
All retro hosts or hostesses with the most could pick up a tip or two from Carly Dodsley's cocktail coasters.
Product of Your Environment Biscuit Coasters
A biscuit is undoubtedly the perfect accompaniment to a cup of tea, but for those watching their waistline, Product of Your Environment’s Biscuit Coasters offer a no calorie alternative.
Roisin Cafferty Child of the 80s coaster
How do you know when the children of a decade are all grown-up? When you start being able to buy coasters proclaiming their age, such as in the case of Roisin Cafferty's Child of the 80s coaster.
Jonathan Adler Peace and Love coaster set
More 60s style, courtesy of Jonathan Adler, this time with his Peace and Love coaster set.
Part of his range that's available through Supernice, each set includes four coasters with a different bright sixties style design. They're hand-made using needlepoint and and backed with velvet to complete the luxurious feel. Attractive and unusual, they'll add the perfect touch of Pop and peace to a table.
Not cheap though. A set of the coasters costs £38.
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