The Luna design combines her love of 1950’s geometric patterns with suitable retro colours. The trivet itself is a handy little item, being the ideal size to rest your smaller pans or teapot on, or to use a chopping board.
It costs £17.95 from Hus and Hem, where you can also buy coasters in the same print for £13.95
The illustration shows a well-stocked kitchen shelf, with everything from foodstuffs like apples, pretzels and sausages to kitchen implements like rolling pins and pots and pans. There's a definite 50s look to the design, not dissimilar to some of Louise Fougstedt's designs from the same decade (now available at New House Textiles). And, with that candy cane that's pictured it does have something of a Christmassy feel and could be worth getting as a stocking filler.
Also available in red, as well as the green version shown above, the tea towel costs $18.
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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.
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We've featured Lotta Kühlhorn's colourful retro designs before and here's another stylish product from the Swedish designer, these Lindyhop coasters.
The design and colour are inspired by the 1930s dance craze but the sugary colours, combined with the black patterns gives them something of a 50s feel too. Whatever decade informs their look, there's no denying they would be a colourful addition to any home. Made from Swedish birch, they're pretty practical too.
A set of the four designs costs £13.95.
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We've shown you some of Lotta Kuhlhorn's distinctive homewares before, including her great apple design. It's been a bit tricky in the past to find a UK stockist that carries a wide range of her products but thankfully Utility Designs has stepped into the gap.
As well as all the apples you could possibly want, there are a few new interesting products for your home, all using her trademark retro patterns. This Agneta Red Berries tea towel, for example, is one of a couple they have in stock and has a bold berry print and is sure to brighten up a kitchen.
The tea towels cost £11.50.
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