These clover coasters from Pryl design are almost too eyecatching for resting your cup of tea on.
Designed by Julia Nielsen for the Swedish company, the classic four leaf clover is transformed into a psychedelic design which looks like it has been drawn from the late 1960s, rather than 2011. The clover design comes in three eye-popping colours, all printed onto triangular laminated birchwood – perfect for cheering up a dull table or desktop.
A set of three costs £12.
Buy them from Hunkydory Home
Better-known for grocery shopping, Sainsbury's has a home section too, with one or two interesting finds amongst it, including this Tu midcentury-style Dark Wood Flower Wall Clock.
There's a touch of the George Nelson about it, or at the very least, a 1950s or early '60s feel. If that's the look your after, this is great value. 35cm in diameter, it has that dark wood construction with contrasting hands, able to wall mount easily, as you probably guessed.
Powered by a single AA battery, you can grab one online for just £18.
Find out more at the Sainsbury's website
You'd be forgiven for thinking this cushion was a design from the like of Jane Foster. In fact this Sara cushion is available from John Lewis.
The cushion is decorated with a very sweet 60s-style floral patterns. The flowers are depicted in simple shapes with chunky outlines and filled with block covers.
It's a design that will add a touch of retro flavour to your couch, without breaking the bank – it costs just £12.
Buy it online
With festival season in full swing, the high street has once again turned to that most iconic of events in music festival history, Woodstock, for inspiration. That's ideal news for lovers of the hippy aesthetic of the late sixties, with pieces like this Sadie Flower Headband from Boohoo on the market.
The headband is simple but unmistakeable in its vintage inspiration and looks, taking the feel of genuine flower headbands without the trouble of the inevitable wilting. The result is a truly hippy-inspired look that doesn't veer too far into the clichés that many sixties retro items can fall for.
Get yours from Boohoo for just £5.
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The warmer weather can often mean that fitted fashion is the last thing you'll want to wear during the day. The stylish and practical solution is all in the fabric choice, however, as shown in this Plum Flower Dress by Fred Flare.
Taking a structured shape inspired by fifties daywear, the use of a light fabric and slightly loosened fit means this won't be as restrictive as many retro reproduction pieces. The plum floral fabric is a nod to the Hawaiin tropical influence found in American fashion at the time, too.
Get yours now from Fred Flare for $74.
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Shabby chic can be a difficult look to pull off – particularly if you don't have hours to devote to trawling charity shops and car boot sales for the perfect mis-matched home accessories.
Allow Berry Red to come to your rescue with these pressed glass Jewel Coloured Votives in red, pink and purple. Fill them with wild flowers or create a romantic atmosphere by using them to hold tealights.
There are four different designs and the best thing about them is that they cost from just £2.75 to £3.75 each, so you can afford the whole set!
Find out more here.