Hand on heart this is my favourite cabinet since Retrorumage was born five years ago. It really has everything you should look for in a piece of Mid 20th Century furniture.

It was designed by AH McIntosh in the 1960’s, and with it’s Rosewood finish it oozes of Scandinavian influence and style. It shows extreme quality, and every inch is aesthetically pleasing. The double door front opens to reveal an abundance of storage shelves. Beneath are side by side drawers, the one on the right is lined, and divided.

This is a rare opportunity to own a very special piece of vintage design. Grab it with both hands.

Dimensions: 107w x 46d x 111h cm approx.

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Storage solutions:

- A 1950’s enamel topped storage cabinet, with a painted finish and original handles.
Dimensions: 77w x 46d x 77h cm approx.

- A 1940’s oak clerks office bank of drawers. Dimensions: 61w x 40d x 75h cm approx.

- A rare G plan Limba chest of drawers. Finished in an African Limba wood veneer, with original aluminium handles, and base. The Limba range was introduced by G plan in the early 1960’s. Consumers of the time did not take to it, feeling that the range was too different, and modernist. Limba was only on the market for a few years, hence the rarity of pieces today.
Dimensions: 92w x 43d x 65h cm approx.

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This Scandinavian style armchair is just in the door at Retrorumage HQ. It’s simple yet stylish form is complimented by a new covering of duck egg blue fabric.

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Ercol is all the rage at the moment, and this pair of dark Elm armchairs are looking for a new home. For further details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

Ercol is all the rage at the moment, and this pair of dark Elm armchairs are looking for a new home.

For further details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

Mad Men

This is indeed the type of chair you would see Don Draper lounging in. It dates from the late 1960’s, and comes from the home of good Mid Century Modern design, Denmark. Original black leather finish on a four star swivel base.

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Mad Men

This is indeed the type of chair you would see Don Draper lounging in. It dates from the late 1960’s, and comes from the home of good Mid Century Modern design, Denmark. Original black leather finish on a four star swivel base.

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As we move into the longer evenings there is nothing better than sipping from a warm mug of coffee or tea in your own front room. So we have brought you a selection of very cool and stylish coffee tables, to take that coffee break in style.

- A 1970’s Belarti style cream tiled top coffee table with abstract orange design, and chromed metal base. Dimensions: 107w x 46d x 39h cm approx.

- A French tiled top coffee table, and side table with dark grey tiles, and an abstract floral design. Dimensions: 109w x 47d x 41h cm approx (side table 47w x 32d x 33h cm approx.

- A vintage solid wood circular coffee table on an aluminium base. Dimensions: 68w x 33h cm approx.

For further details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

Vintage sideboards are becoming very hard to find, so Retrorumage is delighted to bring you a fantastic selection from our recent visit to the UK.

- A G plan credenza dating to the late 1970’s. It’s simple lines makes it an elegant and modern piece of teak furniture. Dimensions: 45d x 139w x 72h cm approx.

- A very cute button handle sideboard from the 1960’s. This chap measures in at just over 150cm long, which is a much sought after size. Dimensions: 40d x 153w x 73h cm approx.

- This Fresco sideboard designed by Victor Wilkins for G-plan in the 1960’s is a very sophisticated piece of MCM design. It’s double bank of doors and middle drawer section offer huge amounts of storage space. Dimensions: 46d x 215w x 80h

- A 1960’s AH Mcintosh hi-board with a huge amount of style, and elegance. It is like the Swiss army knife of vintage storage units, with open shelving space, a drop down bar section, a cutlery drawer, and bottom drop down storage section. Dimensions: 46d x 107w x 111h cm approx.

For viewing details and prices contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

Eggciting news at Retrorumage HQ.

We are just back from a very successful trip to the UK. Vintage furniture from the 1950’s-70’s has a huge following across the water, and prices are on the up. Design savvy people from as far away as Japan are raiding the UK and Europe for MCM furniture. As demand soars ahead of supply, nice pieces of furniture are being snapped up in the blink of an eye. Luckily Retrorumage has built up some reliable suppliers over the last few years, and we are delighted to still bring our loyal followers some of the best MCM furniture in Ireland.

So feast your eyes on this wonderful selection of vintage egg chairs.

- A 1960’s Parker Knoll swivel and Tilt armchair, with a newly re-upholstered grey velour fabric, and contrasting orange buttons.

- A vintage Egg chair designed by Vono with it’s original pale chocolate brown fabric, and resting on a five star swivel base.

- A pair of original 1970’s vinyl egg chairs, with their original two tone sage green velvet seat pads. Both chairs sit on a swivel and tilt base.

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A truly exquisite Danish armchair from the 1960’s. Designed by Ole Wanscher, and made by the esteemed Danish furniture manufacturer France and son. It’s clean lines, and simplicity of design show all the right attributes of high quality MCM Scandinavian design. The seat pads have been re-covered in a cool pale blue fabric, and compliment the original solid teak finish.

This is a special chair.

For viewing details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

For the gent in your life who has everything.A 1960’s Gentlemans valet stand, with padded seat. Contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

For the gent in your life who has everything.

A 1960’s Gentlemans valet stand, with padded seat.

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