Fancy a trip back to the 1970s? You’ll find it in the north go England, courtesy of this 1970s time capsule for sale in Storth, Cumbria. Read more
How does the idea of owning something modernist in the Lake District for under £200k grab you? If it does, check out this 1970s Keith Scott-designed townhouse in Beetham, Cumbria on WowHaus. Pretty much untouched inside too.
Great location and some interesting midcentury-style architecture – this four-bedroomed house in Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria certainly has a lot going for it.
We don't know when it was built, the 1960s would be a educated guess though, with the current owners being here for the last 30 years. Found in 'one of the area's foremost post codes' and in the middle of the Lake District, the house is a mix of old and new, with the original design features intact, rubbing shoulders with some modern-day upgrading in the kitchen and bathroom for example.
A bag that comes with a heritage, but still looks hip in the modern era – the Chapman Flyfisher Bag.
A great heritage piece that's made in a small factory in Cumbria, the Flyfisher Bag is made of canvas and leather with brass detailing, complete with adjustable shoulder strap, a large storage compartment on the inside and two smaller front pockets. That inner pocket should have room for your laptop if you want to give it a very modern modern use.
It's made and hand-finished in the UK (as you might have gathered) and comes in three colour options, all selling for £125.
Via His Knibs