New to vintage?
If you’re new to vintage and looking for a place to start we have pulled together a selection of key products from our ‘new to vintage edit’, all under £500…
No home is complete without a mid-century easy chair, providing the perfect balance between structured seating when entertaining and a comfy reading spot for lazy Sundays.
The GPlan Astro coffee table with curved teak design is a cult classic in mid-century modern furniture. Ever-increasing in popularity this is a great investment piece (if you manage to get your hands on one).
Danish designer Poul Henningsen created this iconic PH 5 lampshade for Louis Poulsen in 1958 with the aim of making electric light softer and more flattering, perfect for dining under.
This sideboard has a sculptural style and is part of the Fresco range which GPlan introduced in 1966. It was GPlan’s most successful range with the teak wood working well against both dark and light walls.
This string modular shelving system by British brand Brianco is built to last, with near-endless configurations for all your storage needs. It is also free-standing which means it’s perfect for rented homes.
Thonet chairs feature in the permanent exhibition at the London Design Museum and are synonymous with iconic chair design and craftsmanship. These Vienna chairs feature the trademark curved back and make ideal dining chairs.
British brand Ercol is known for its simple yet quality furniture designs. This solid elm and beech wood table from the 60s has stood the test of time, and its drop-leaf design makes it great for space-saving.