Liking the quirkiness of this new arrival at John Lewis, the Nina occasional chair.
A new piece, but with a midcentury-inspired design and a funky bit of upholstery (Voyage fabric), very much in keeping with the era that inspires it. Those legs are stained hardwood, as are the back supports.
If you want one, £599 is the price.
Find out more at the John Lewis website
The Nina dining range, new in at Habitat, uses bright 60s-style shapes and colours to create an impact.
The bold colours give the dishes a Pop Art flavour, while the 'slinky'-like shape included in the pattern references another key 60s art movement, Op Art. To complete the look, the range is all made from melamine and includes the platter shown above, as well as trays, dishes and even salad servers.
If you like this look, you may want to take a look at Habitat's Evelyn lightshades which use a similar pattern.
Prices start at £2.
See the range online