It's a retro classic and one that it re-invented pretty much every year. Right now, you can get the Roberts Revival RD60 DAB radio in three gloss finishes.
Not just a Roberts Revival radio, the Roberts Revival iStream internet DAB radio mixes that 50s styling with the power of the net.
By that, we mean the original DAB radio functionality is joined by Wi-Fi internet radio, so the many digital radio stations you can access with this portable retro-styled radio are joined by thousands of internet radio stations and shows. You can also use it to stream your personal music collection directly from your laptop or to access Last.fm.
Find the stations via the digital interface on top, one of the few concessions to the modern era in the design. Powered by mains or battery, the Roberts Revival iStream sells for £199.95.
Like the Pots and Pans mug, the tablecloth features an illustration of vintage style crockery which has, in this case, been supplemented by images of kitchen implements, vintage-looking storage jars and Catherine Holm-style saucepans. The pattern is illustrated in a manner to reflect the '50s and '60s tableware pictured.
Made from a cotton and polyester mix, the tablecloth is available in a range of sizes. You can supplement the look with placemats and coasters featuring the same design.
Prices for the tablecloth range from between £19 to £21 dependent on size.
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We've featured the John Lewis Revival furniture range previously including its mid-century inspired sideboard. You can now get the mugs to go with the furniture too, with their Revival mug range.
Like the furniture, the designs are very much influenced by the 1950s and 60s, such as with the Pots and Pans mug pictured which features sketchily drawn ceramics. The other mugs are covered in more naturally inspired designs with the elm leaf and the seed mug.
Each mug costs £5.
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