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The Vintage Guide To London | December 12, 2017

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Mid-century design paradise: The Peanut Vendor

January 25, 2011 |

If  mid-century furniture and interiors are your thing, then head over to The Peanut Vendor, a vintage furniture and homeware shop based in Newington Green in Islington. The shop stocks a fantastic and rather eclectic mix of one-off finds sourced at auctions … Read More

Worth crossing the river for: Radio Days

December 1, 2010 |

This little den of vintage is in one of the cutest streets in South London. Lower Marsh, just off The Cut and close to The Old Vic.
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The London shopping guide to a retro 50s game room

November 22, 2010 |

It seems to be every guy’s – and many a  girl’s – dream to have a proper den, a room to hang out in, play games and party in style. Well, and what could be more stylish than a proper Fifties or early Sixties American-inspired leisure room complete with bar and juke box, a room Don Draper would be proud of? Here’s our guide to recreating a perfect mid-century den, including expert tips on where in London to shop for everything you need. Read More

London’s best assorted peculiarities – tin toy shop My Robot Friends

November 19, 2010 |

Robots, religious iconography, pop art and general assorted peculiarities – East London shop My Robot Friend (just off Brick Lane) stocks  London’s most extensive collection of carefully selected weirdness placed against a backbeat of blues, psychedelia and Rock & … Read More

New: Arch 389 vintage interiors shop

November 3, 2010 |

Arch 389 is a new vintage interiors shop, tucked away in an old Victorian railway arch, a stone’s throw from London Fields in Hackney.

The shop stocks unique pieces of retro and vintage furniture and other one-off objects of desire … Read More

Bringing vintage cool to Kings Cross: Drink, Shop & Do

October 13, 2010 |

Drink, Shop & Do is a design shop and café bar just around the corner from King’s Cross station selling products from emerging designers alongside vintage furniture and home wares.

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