We've featured some of their kids sets before but if you're grown-up and want to get a bit of Too Much Too Young's style, take a look at their apple cushion.
The design echos the naivety and 60s/70s style of their designs for children, showing the simple outline of an apple. It's printed onto white cotton with a suitably apple like cushion back.
A stylish way to get one of your five a day, the cushion costs £25.
Buy it from Bouf
We flagged these up back in September when we were talking about Prey's mug designs. If you liked them, you're sure to love these vintage fabric storage tins which are now in stock.
Like the mugs, these tins are decorated with patterns drawn from vintage textiles. Pictured above is the fruit bowl pattern, one of three designs available. The tins offer a perfect way to keep your bits and bobs together with style.
A medium sized tin costs £9.75 while you can buy a nest of three tins for £24.65.
See the range online
It was only earlier this week we showed you Lotta Kühlhorn's jazzy lindyhop coasters. Here's another design from her, suitable for decorating the retro home, these attractive pear mugs.
Like the products featuring her apple design, she uses a simplified, colourful version of the fruit. The pears come in bright pop shades of red, yellow and pink, as well as the more traditional green. Use them them next to your Orla Kiely pear mugs in the kitchen for a very fruity cup of tea.
The mugs cost £7.25 each.
Buy them from Illustrated Living
Feeling fruity? Take a look at this charming retro-style print Ode to Pears by Lab Partners.
Hand screen-printed using three colours, it's one of many great designs from this San Francisco duo.
Even better is that it's very reasonably priced at $20, plus $8 shipping to the UK, making it an easy way to get one of your five-a-day.
Buy it from Etsy
We featured La Mela (The Apple) a while back. Designed by Enzo Mari in 1963, its influence continues to be seen everywhere, not least in these t-shirts from Violent Elegance.
The t-shirts feature the same graphic depiction of the apple, right down to the black stalk. The simplicity of the design works well printed onto the white cotton American Apparel t-shirts they've used. Those who are less purist may be interested to know the design is also available with a green apple (different to Mari's original red design).
The t-shirts cost £26.95.
Buy it from the Welcome Home online shop