Those who appreciate a spot of vintage glamour (and who doesn't?) should check out the range of cosmetics and beauty products produced by Andrea Garland.
It's a hand-made range inspired by the double whammy of all things natural and all things vintage. She produces a range of face and body balms and sells them in antique tins, pill boxes, compacts and other original bits of packing. There's a fascinating range available, such as the 1930s compact pictured with is filled with the rosy balm for use on the face. Even better, Andrea offers the service of re-filling the original container for a fraction of whatever you paid the first time round.
Prices vary depending on products and packaging but, to give you an idea, the compact pictured costs £32.
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John Lewis is going big on its 50s-inspired patterns at the moment, including the Elm Leaf design adorning this flower jug vase.
The elm leaf design has a great Fifties feel, with its skeletal plant forms depicted in blues, greys and beiges. First spotted as part of their revival mug range, it's now also available on other suitably retro products, ranging from watering cans to string in a tin.
The jug vase pictured costs £15.
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We're never short of retro-inspired cushions to feature on this site and here's some more to throw onto that overcrowded sofa with some new designs from Three Sheets 2 the Wind.
If that name sounds familiar, it's because we've previously featured some of their naturally inspired wall art. These new fabric designs are along the same line. Clearly influenced by some of the skeletal plant forms that appeared in 50s fabric designs, choose from the Fugi design or Windflower and Prairie Grass which are both pictured above. Each pattern is printed onto Irish linen in subtle colour combinations in keeping with the mid-century look.
You can buy the designs as a 18 x 18 inch piece of wall art for $80, or as a cushion of the same size for $90.
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This giclee print, titled Helsinki afternoon Autumn 1969, is another example of some of the great retro-influenced artwork you can find on Etsy. It's the work of Inaluxe, which is the store name of Australian Kristina Sostarko.
Sure to appeal to fans of Orla Kiely's Multi Stem print, the rich colours reinforce the 60s look that's suggested by the title while the retro feel is reinforced through the shape of the trees.
The print is A4 sized and costs US $30 with an additional $8.90 charge for shipping to the UK.
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The naturally-inspired pattern on the mugs, dinner set and table runner in Next's Alpine Meadow range have a definite 1950s feel.
The dinner set, shown above, is representative of the other products with its retro colouring and pattern. It's got a similar style to Miss Print's Dandelion mobile wallpaper or Sanderson's design through its skeletal depiction of the floral forms.
The set includes four dinner plates, four side plates and four bowls, all for £28. The other products are similarly reasonably priced and will all hopefully bring some of the freshness of a meadow into your home
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New to St Jude's gallery is this Hedgerow fabric designed by Angie Lewin. We've featured a umber of St Jude's fabrics before such as Alice Stevenson's Treehouse design or their Kensal Rise collaboration with Old Town. Like those two designs, Hedgerow has a very British retro aesthetic, using a 1950s-style depiction of natural forms.