Last year saw the re-issue of classic 60s toy, PlayPlax. The inventor of that game, Patrick Rylands, has recently had several more of his classic toys put back into production and they're now available to buy from the V&A Shop.
Ikea's Popptorp chair offers 60s-style design at a bargain price.
Lock-It/Clip-It style kitchen storage tubs have become the norm and whilst they do do the job they do lack colour and charm. For a bit of kitchen style, check out these head Chef Snack Boxes from Paperchase instead.
The dominance of oversized shapes on the sunglasses market of recent years appears to be shifting, but there's always a retro element for designers to look to. This pair of Green Wendy Sunglasses from Fred Flare offer an immediate vintage look without opting for clichés.
This robot alarm clock from Habitat is a great piece of fun retro design for your kids – or just yourself.
The robot stands at just over 11cm high and is made from plastic. As well as looking good, he's got the added bonus of a clock in his stomach – and an alarm to go with it. This blue hatted robot is our favourite but Habitat is also stocking a slightly crazed looking pink robot alarm clock too.
They're both currently reduced in price to £8.
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It's incorrectly listed (by title), which might account for this Robin Day Polo Chair still being at its starting price of under £1, as opposed to something nearer the official £49 price point.
It's an early '70s design classic, albeit a functional one and one with a low price point. That's because this indoor/outdoor polypropylene, ergonomically-correct chair was designed for general use, not for showing off.
It was reissued on 2000, this being one of those reissues. The seller has 13 available in white and right now, the price is at 99 pence. So a possible bargain, that's for sure.