If you are after a dining suite with some Scandinavian influence and a hint of retro, this Fjord dining collection at Made could be for you.
Yes, we know you can pick up reproductions and replicas. Indeed, we've featured one or two on the site in the past. But for authenticity, this original 1930s art deco three-piece suite fits the bill.
For your money, you get a two-seater sofa and two 'club' armchairs. They have been re-upholstered in the 1960s in a tan leatherette with stud detailing, but apparently, the material used was the same as was used on Concorde. Another talking point thrown in for free! Love those curves though, screaming the era.
Condition is described as 'very good', with the odd scuff and one small tear to the back or the sofa. The frame is 'very solid'. Of course, you have the option of getting it re-covered. The price right now is £250. Lots more detailed images on the seller's page.
Themed hotel rooms are nothing new, but the 007 Suite at the Seven Hotel, Latin Quarter, Paris might just have the ability to draw a gasp out of you.
This 60s-inspired boudoir is just one of 28 themed suites at the hotel – everything from Alice in Wonderland through to Marie Antoinette, plus some simply based around colour schemes. But the Bond-inspired suite looks like the one to book.
Last year, we featured the reissue of the William Plunkett WP01 sofa – part of larger range of modular seating that date back to 1966. Twenty Twenty One reissued them, with the sofa selling from £2,970. That puts the price of this original William Plunkett WP01 full sofa set into context.
But you'll have to love bold design. Yes, no subtle shades of leather here, instead you've got that strong pattern, the result of being 'sympathetically recovered' in the past. It's something you'll love or hate.
For your money, you get a sofa, two single chairs and an ottoman, all bearing the original plunkett sticker circa 1966. Price? Offers start at £1,495, with no reserve.