The answer to being the envy of all design aficionados at the beach this year surely comes in the form of this Gerrit Rietveld-inspired beach chair by Mal Furniture.
Another tasty sale at Fab, this time with the Burger original Dutch bicycles.
The range adopts the simple visual ideas advocated by the De Stijl movement, applying blocks and lines of primary colours, along with black and white only, across a range of products including scarves, bags, cushions and notebooks. The plate pictured is hand-painted and unglazed so for purely decorative purposes only if you want it to retain its sense of style.
Prices start at £22 while the plates cost £120 each.
See the range online
Think a city bike costs a small fortune? Not always. Indeed, these Hollander retro-styled bicycles at Made.com, are just £169 each.
There's a male and a female variation – see the male over the page. Both are similar though, with the single-speed bike boasting a leather (adjustable) saddle, steel frame, dynamo power for the retro lights, caliper brakes, stand and that staple of a vintage bike, a bell. It's also made by a company with over 60 years of bike-building experience too.
Like all Made.com products, they're made to order based on you getting in before a deadline. As I write, that deadline is just over two days away, so if you want one, get in now for that discounted price of £169, as opposed to the hgh street price of £539.