Can't quite get your hands on the real thing, or just love the real thing, you can make your own mini Ercol with this One to Sixteen model Butterfly chair.
It's a contemporary design but this NODE rug by Lesley Barnes for the Design Museum shop has a great folk art feel.
You can wear your architectural heart on your sleeve, or wherever else you fancy, thanks to these Architectural Pic-Pins available from the Design Museum Shop.
Some alternative examples of interesting London architecture are celebrated in the Design Museum's Lesser Known Architecture display, including Stockwell bus garage and its impressive concrete roof, the Berthold Lubetkin-design Bevin Court and the 1970s Welbeck Street car park, as pictured here.
Not just one book, we're talking three separate books, collectively known as Fifty Looks That Changed the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s by the Design Museum and Paula Reed.
Cast your mind back a while and you may remember us featuring an Alexander Girard memory game. It looked very stylish and almost guaranteed hours of fun. There was just one major drawback: it cost over $300. Clearly recognising a gap in the market, they've now issued the Alexander Girard Memory Card game, available at a fraction of the cost.