There are some nice styles in Habitat's current wallpaper collection, not least this Stitch Leaf wallpaper.
Kate Clarke is a contemporary designer whose work is influenced by 1950s, Japanese and Scandinavian design. You can see how that comes together on her blue leaf mug.
Not sure you'd ordinarily go to Tesco for your wallpaper, but we like the look of this Arthouse Leaf wallpaper, which is available at that very store.
Want to be a retro hostess with the mostest? You may want to consider investing in this Tropical leaf salad serveware from Heal's.
A piece of kitsch, this green acrylic set comprises a large plate or a salad bowl and servers, both in the shape of a large tropical leaf. The shape is reminiscent of the ceramic Carlton ware leaf dish which was produced in the late 1940s into the 1950s but the use of the material creates something of a 70s feel.
Stock up now ahead of the summer – the plates are £4 each, while the salad bowl and servers cost £25.
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It was only yesterday that we showed you the Orla Kiely book, the latest addition to her range. With such success, it's hardly surprising that high street alternatives that echo her style are available. A case in point is this retro leaves duvet from Argos.
Argos isn't normally the first place you'd associate with retro style, but this duvet features a pleasant green and brown design of paired leaves, with a passing resemblance to Kiely's stem pattern. Not the time to be snobby about thread or tog count, the set is made from a polyester and cotton mix.
Fantastic value though at £13.99 for a two pillowcase and king sized duvet set.
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