You don’t often see these around, so we’re very pleased that the Mid-Century Turned Leg Planters have just landed at West Elm.
Orla Kiely Plant Pots from Bloomsbury & Co
Orla Kiely continues to add new products and designs to her homewares collection, the latest of which are these Plant Pots.
eBay watch: Gladlyn Ware midcentury-style planter
Quite like this, not least because the Gladlyn Ware midcentury-style planter has a bit of age to it.
Blue and white plant pot
Put your green fingers to the test with this aged ceramic blue and white plant pot.
Its aged appearance will add a vintage look to your garden or patio and it gives you a chance to get outside and start growing your own plants. Be it herbs, vegetables or your favourite brightly coloured flowers. If you're not green fingered then this plant pot is a great storage space to keep pens and other bits and bobs.
Finished with glazed stoneware, with a weathered blue and white classical design, it measures 12.5cm x 15.5cm. Get yours online at Not on the high street for only £4.95. at this price you could buy a set.
Modplants cushion from Mrs Eliot books
As Spring finally seems to have arrived, celebrate by introducing some bright and fresh design into your home, such as with this Modplants cushion, made by Mrs Eliot books.
Mrs Eliot books is a London based designer who produces prints, wooden books and, through Envelop, printed bags and cushion covers with a retro influence. This bright yellow cushion cover is just one example of her style, with an illustration of pod like plants that references 50s design. The colour and the subject make it perfect for the new season.
Prices start at 19.99 Euros for a 40 x 40cm cover.
Buy it from Envelop
Angie Lewin Hedgerow fabric new at St Jude’s
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.