If you’d like to freshen up your home, forget Ikea and co and head to London’s amazing vintage homeware shops and fairs instead. Here are three tips on how to replace the new with the old:
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One of London’s best vintage fairs, The North London Vintage Market is back. Over 45 cherry picked dealers will be selling a huge collection of unique curiosities and all manner of vintage wonder all the way from the late 1800’s to the Seventies.
From the English seaside to the Côte d’Azur and California, Riviera Style celebrates fashion at its most fun.
Go on a vintage walk with Back In The Days Walks and explore the edges of Soho before the area is redeveloped completely.
Sadly, Shoreditch institution Paper Dress Vintage is forced to shut its doors owing to the redevelopment of its location. Help make things a bit easier by heading to a bargainous super sale there, and renew your wardrobe with a bag full of vintage for just £15!
Play: Toys, Sets, Rules is an exhibition of toys drawn from the personal archives of their designers, Roger Limbrick, Patrick Rylands, Fredun Shapur and Ken Garland, a loosely associated group that emerged in London in the 1960s.