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Vintage flare

This charming Stockholm flat has a real mid-century aesthetic through-out. The soft beige and greens tie the whole space together in a elegant and effortless way. We love the array of genuine 1950s furniture and emerald green fabrics.

Styling: Linnéa Salmén, Photography: Mikael Axelsson for sale through Fantastic Frank

Vintage Charm

Take a look at this charming Swedish flat, full of character and vintage charm. We particularly love the mint green New York style bathroom

Images: Ekenstam

Coffee Table

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I am absolutely in love with the coffee table in the first picture. Love furniture with a mid century shape - and this one has got a modern twist in form of a white table top. If anyone knows where it is from give us a shout!

We can recommend West Elm if you are in the market for a new coffe table

Window Walls

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Love the idea of using old window frames indoors as wall decorations. You can come by some great finds in antique markets although it takes a bit of leg work! If you rather do the shopping comfortably from your sofa there are plenty of sellers online although you might not get as much of a bargain / A

Today's Detail

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This is a brilliant and decorative way of storing your favourite shoes and bags, you can usually find some great vintage ladders in markets for an affordable price. In fact Kai has got a very similar one in his bedroom which he found left on the street! Check it out here

Vintage Sunday

Today was spent sourcing some great vintage pieces around East London for an upcoming project we are working on. We bought some vintage frames, books and crates as well as a great step-ladder which will be used as a shelving.

Shoredtich is great for vintage shopping although try to steer away from the shops on the main streets to avoid being overcharged. We got some great bargains from antique dealership A1 Furniture on Bacon Street, just off Brick Lane


Vintage Rugs

I have been on the look out for a vintage rug for my bedroom. I particular like Persian and Moroccan ones, they look beautiful when the colours have started to fade. These types of rugs work for most interior styles - if you have a clean and simplistic space a vintage rug will add warmth and make it feel more homely.

Vintage rugs can be quite expensive across markets. If you don't want to fork out the pennies this red and cream one from Anthropolige won't cost you a fortune.


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