A couple of years ago we flagged up that Skandium were selling mugs featuring the work of midcentury designer Stig Lindberg – that collection has recently been expanded and now including matching trays and tea towels.
It's hard to imagine cosying up with a piece of Brutalist architecture. But Custhom have been able to transform those distinctively hard lines into their very desirable Hayward textile range.
If you found yourself lusting over Mini Moderns' 1950s-inspired Whitby wallpaper but not able to run to the cost of a roll, they've launched a few options featuring this stylish design that are more purse friendly, such as this Whitby mug.
Featuring a detail of the distinctive seacape design, this mug is only available in one shade – the lido colour, which also matches one of the wallpaper colourways. The mug offers a taster for their full range of Whitby porcelain which is meant to be coming soon to their shop – we'll let you know when it does. Real enthusiasts can meanwhile invest in either or all of a cushion, canvas bag or a tea towel that also features the design.
The mug costs £8.
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We've featured a couple of prints from Bold and Noble before and, if you like their style, you'll be pleased to hear they've made that exciting leap into the world of tea towels, designing three bright numbers exclusively for Parisian store The Collection.
Each tea towel features an array of retro kitchenware: from the plates shown in the left image to the saucepans on the right. The third design illustrates an array of jugs. All three tea towels are perfect for playing spot the 20th century design or manufacturer!
The tea towels cost 12 euros each or you can get all three for 30 euros.
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