Yes, that's right, you can own your very own London record shop, as On The Beat in Soho, London W1 is up for sale on eBay right now.
I'm sure they had a more practical purpose once upon a time, but these 1950s 'ACE' shop display letters could be great home decor in the modern era.
If you haven't got time to visit The Modernist magazine's pop up shop in Salford, they sell some of their wares online too – including these 1960s architectural cushion covers.
What better way to update your commute with this postmodernism oyster card holder.
If you happen to have missed it, this week is 60 years since the iconic Festival of Britain took place in London. To mark this milestone, arty online shopping portal Culture Label has set up a Festival of Britain store, packed with products relating to the event.
In truth, some are more relevant than others, although all are worth a browse. Our favourite is undoubtedly the superb Southbank Centre x Lizzie Allen Festival of Britain Wallpaper. It's a bespoke wallpaper, made in very small runs and using traditional, hand crafted processes, with this particular design celebrating the energy and vigour of the Festival of Britain, featuring both participants and the Southbank itself.
Unlikely to work for a whole room (not least, because of cost), it would look superb as a feature wall. Each roll is 10m long and sells for £370.