I suppose it doesn’t have to be for little people, but officially this is a red phone box wardrobe for kids at Maisons Du Monde. Read more
BHS are doing their take on nostalgia with these routemaster and telephone box cushions.
This Egloo Telephone Box salt and pepper set by David Roberts mixes the very traditional with the contemporary.
The 'Egloo' is Roberts's word to describe the shape of his shakers: a mixture of egg and igloo. Their unusual shape contrasts to the image depicted on each one, which offers a small piece of nostalgia for your kichen table. For example, in the set pictured, the egloos feature a classic red phone box while another design shows a traditional London guard.
The Egloos cost £18.
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There are many different iphone cases on the market to pick from. For something with retro appeal, take a look at the range by Crank Cases, especially this Abbey Road case.
The case reproduces the famous sign, complete with the graffiti, and is made from felt with a special fade resistant coating on top. Other designs in their range include cases in the shape of calculators, cassette tapes, red phone boxes and even the tardis.
The case costs £13.
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It’s fairly easy to find a nice fabric doorstop – we’ve featured more than a few on this site. The idea is given a fun twist with this doorstop by Pretty City which comes in the iconic shape of a red telephone box.
Though instantly recognisable as a phone box, it’s been given something of a make-over. The 10cm high doorstop is covered in appliqued and embroidered flowers and scrolls as well as the words ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’ sewn onto either side of the doorstop. The stuffing also makes it a touch more wonky than your average phone box too, that’s unless vandals have been at it again of course.
A fun purchase, this doorstop costs £16.99.
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