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.
See them online
Fans of vintage Americana will no doubt already be aware of Three Potato Four. Well, Pedlars have asked them to put together two collections for them, bringing their trademark style to the UK.
The collections cover an amazing range. There's gas station signage and fan belts, storage boxes from shoe factories and grocery baskets. Everything is available on a first come, first served basis, so if any of that appeals you should click through to the Pedlars website quickly.
Prices start at £7.50 for vintage model aeroplane propellers and go up to the early hundreds for some of the signs.
See the range online