If you remember the Peter Blake Babe Rainbow print we featured a short time back, you might recall the name Dodo Designs. Bringing is neatly to these vintage Dodo Designs kitchen signs.
For a cool piece of decorative lighting, it's hard to beat the impact of a lightbox. Seletti obviously understand the appeal and have just released these home-worthy Lighthink lightbox lamps.
Vintage bus blinds and street signs have become popular items for home decor in recent years and perhaps a little too commonplace, but Woods Vintage Home Interiors offer an interesting twist with their vintage-style Railway Waiting Room Signs.
Admittedly, most of us don’t feel the need to label our loos, but this is quite cute in a kitsch kind of way. The sign is made from acrylic base topped with retro wallpaper, in a wide choice of colours and patterns – most with a 1970s look to them.
The signs cost about £25 (plus postage) and are available from the Mooza Etsy store.
Snowden Flood has been featured quite a few times on this site before: for her work featuring famous London landmarks and her take on design classics. A slightly different type of style is evident in her new range but still one that's pleasingly retro – as demonstrated with these fairground mugs.
The mugs feature illustrations influenced by traditional British folk art – indeed as the name suggests they are influenced by old-fashioned funfair signage. Each mug is decorated in a different colour with a different fairground ride style slogan.
The bone china mugs also draw on another British tradition in their manufacture as they are made in Stoke-On-Trent.
You can buy the mugs individually for £18.50 or as a set of four for £70.
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