Another selection of forthcoming attractions for you to take a peek at - quite a yellow feel to the vintage homewares this time.
Starting with a fab 1960s tapestry. We’ve had these in lots of designs - this one looks like a giant pine cone. It has a very 3D effect, almost exploding out at you.
Next we have this zingy yellow & black leatherette footstool - perfect for adding a real flash of colour to a neutral house decor. It might also look great in a vintage camper van.
This is a lovely lamp - functional, with an elegant simplicity. It was produced by Prova of Italy in the 1960s or 70s.
The map in the background is one of those huge old school maps - this one covering North West England - Lancashire, West Yorkshire, the Dales and Southern Lakes.
We couldn’t possibly leave this one on the market stall as it features our neck of the woods!
These tea trios were made by Tams and we’ve had this spotty pattern in various colourways.
We love this warm butterscotch shade.
And finally… more maps!
In addition to the large school map we’ve also got a pile of 1960s National Geographic maps covering all corners of the globe. They could be kept neatly folded on the shelf, but they would also look great individually framed - or even used en mass as wallpaper. They could cover a huge area - it might look fantastic in a study!