Articles tagged with: vintage

27 August 2013

Vintage Marquee Letters made in Nashville

Vintage Industrial style Decor

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If you’re into vintage industrial style décor this Etsy shop is for you!

We were looking at something different to decorate our apartment and came across WestVintageeTradingCo, an Etsy shop based in Nashville.

There is something special and appealing about 1920s circus aesthetics; these vintage marquee letters are so eye catching and you will instantly want to acquire a set, especially if you own any kind of establishment like a shop or a café but they’re also very cool sitting on a sideboard or on the wall of an apartment.

06 August 2013

Retro Italian Ceramics

Bitossi Vases, Bowls and Small Animals

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We recently had a tour of the many vintage furniture shops on Regent Street , right now Redfern is quite the place for retro style furniture shopping and vintage finds, concentrated in a few hundred meters there are about 5 great shops.

Our favorite is Graham & Graham Design,a family run business that specialize in beautiful mid 20th century design, furniture, ceramics, lighting and custom handmade lampshades.

A beautiful bright blue glazed ceramic vase was what caught my eye and after talking with the owner we found out it’s in fact a retro piece from Italian brand Bitossi.

08 January 2013

Products We Love: Vintage Style Milk Bottles

Vintage Home Decor

Urban-Cartel

Ceramic milk bottles from Australian brand Urban Cartel

There’s nothing wrong with being nostalgic. Folks naturally long for times when things seemed simpler and made more sense. Of course, this isn’t always the case. Life has always been hard and fraught with uncertainty or doubt. But when it comes to design, there is no question that vintage is most definitely in. Homeowners and apartment dwellers alike adore decorative pieces that remind them of the past. With that in mind, we will review a product that is as charming as it is useful.

Vintage milk bottles are a sweet reminder of the rustic life most earthlings once enjoyed. Less than a century ago, many of us were working on farms and living off the fat of the land. A major source of income, of course, was provided by milch cows. Dairy farms worked from sunup to sundown to fill the bottles that were often delivered to our front doors. While the milkmen of old have long since hung up their proverbial spurs, milk bottles are more popular than ever!

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