Retrowow Bra Bohag Vintage Vendors | Her Indoors To follow on from my post about Lyon & Turnbull and buying quirky and interesting pieces of furniture at auction, it seemed obvious to post a story about a home where the owners are completely committed to 1950′s, retro style furniture and home ware. Known as The Vintage Vendors, Ian Hughes and Helen Monaghan have furnished their Edinburgh apartment with Mid-Century pieces, down to the last tea spoon. The sofa came from a shop called Bra Bohag which specialises in mid-century furniture. A favourite shop of Ian and Helen’s, in Edinburgh’s Easter Road. However after ten years of collecting, their flat is now bulging at the seams. You may also like:
Vintage and retro furniture, home accessories, reclaimed flooring, architectural salvage and industrial lighting. - Love Salvage The Vintage Shop « Vintage Mid-Century Scandinavian Danish designed furniture. The Vintage Shop Auckland specialises in vintage retro furniture sideboards & dining suites. Maker: Nathan FurnitureOrigin: EnglandCirca: 1960sDimensions: 183cm lengthLovely streaky grain that shimmers in the natural light it features sliding doors to hide the stereo unit and decoder and three wide drawers for all your bits and pieces, remotes etc. Contrasting recessed handles finish it off, this unit is tidy and ready to go. $1950 sold Related Products Email Signup
UTOPIA Retro Modern Willy Johansson - Spiralvasen "VINTAGE" DESIGN catalogue TOTAL: 542 oggetti show all >> Fra 14. til 22. Mandag til fredag kl. 12.00 - 18.00 Lørdag og 23 Popham Design cement tiles UTOPIA RETRO MODERN er nå forhandler av sementflisene fra POPHAM DESIGN Kolleks Niels Pedersen Røhder - film posters UTOPIA RETRO MODERN, i samarbeid med samleren Johan Ditlev-Simonsen presenterer 28 forskjellige litogra Living room, 1965 A living room in 1965 photographed by Chris Ridley This open-plan, living/dining room is based on that of a typical town-house of the early 1960s in Highgate, North London. The large windows and double-height dining area were designed to create an impression of space. These houses were generally fitted with a central heating system, making the television rather than the fireplace the focus of the room. Social and domestic conventions relaxed considerably in the 1960s, and the family living room now had to provide for activities like homework, watching television, eating and entertaining. The room is furnished in the ‘Contemporary’ style, which was influenced by Scandinavian interiors and, in particular, Danish design. Explore our 360 view of the Living room, 1965 or take the Virtual Tour of the Period Rooms and Gardens.
VAMP FURNITURE: This weeks new vintage furniture stock at Vamp - 22 March 2013 A nest of three E Gomme G Plan tables in two tone teak. One large and two smaller ones of the same size which slide underneath. G Plan makers mark intact. c1960. Excellent condition. G-Plan was a pioneering range of furniture in the United Kingdom, produced by E Gomme Ltd of High Wycombe. Larger table: 99cm x 49cm| Height – 51cm 2 Smaller tables: 43cm x 46cm | H – 48cm Atomic design mirror with Teak backing 36cm x 76.5cm Teak E.Gomme G Plan drop leaf gate leg table. c1960. Retro Teak bar with thick glass counter top. Exquisite Mid-Century Teak and Afromosia sideboard. Younger made top end furniture for discerning customers during the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Length – 167cm | Depth – 45cm| Height – 79cm Mid-Century sideboard manufactured in South Africa by Duros Length – 152cm| Depth – 46cm| Height – 78cm Vintage green Formica topped kitchen table Length – 122cm| Depth – 76cm| Height – 75.5cm Mid-20th century extendable bar with Formica top in Teak with blonde wood interior finish.