Design Vintage sells a wonderful mix of vintage, retro and industrial pieces and when owner Lisa Brass emailed me the other day to show me pieces from the new collection, I thought they would be perfect for the blog.
As a trained interior designer, Lisa mixes up all the above styles with some natural tones, a splash of white and a sprinkling of Scandi influence.
“I love to have soft, natural textiles sitting in amongst raw, industrial furniture and naturally worn wood,” she says.
“Then spice it all up a bit with flashes of bright geometrics or sharp monochrome.
“A major part of the grand plan was to always have a good variety of authentic, original pieces. Scouring the trade shows and discovering new design on our travels is always great but for me the real kick comes from rummaging for vintage booty and personally selecting every piece, lovingly restoring it where necessary.”
The shop is in Brighton, but Lisa is happy to source anything specific you might be looking for.
If you can’t get to the real shop then have a virtual wander about here. I think I will buy this bread bag. I have used a bread bag for the last few years and I definitely think it keeps the breader fresher than a metal or wooden bin. However, my bag is rather ugly and I fancy this pretty linen one.
What do you like?