A nice neat 1970’s four drawers chest.

Dimensions: 74w x 42d x 79h cm approx.

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Just in the door at Retrorumage HQ is this rather wonderful Danish sideboard. It is smart, and stylish with not much fuss, and typical of good Scandinavian design. The three paneled doors all slide, and conceal an abundance of storage space.

Dimensions: 198w x 51d x 80h cm approx.

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A 1960’s teak table top mirror with angled support, and plinth base.

Dimensions: 50w x 52h cm approx.

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A very cool 1960’s rocket table lamp. Designed with a teak base and a spun ivory coloured plastic shade.

Dimensions: 46h x 16w cm approx.

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This is definitely one of my favourite finds of 2014. It is a solid teak Danish mirror dating from the 1960’s, and it has oodles of Mid Century Modern style.Dimensions: 56 x 56 cm approx.Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

This is definitely one of my favourite finds of 2014. It is a solid teak Danish mirror dating from the 1960’s, and it has oodles of Mid Century Modern style.

Dimensions: 56 x 56 cm approx.

Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

This cabinet is what’s known in the trade as an honest piece of furniture. It dates from 1958 and spent most of it’s life in an RAF base. The piece has been used and bruised, shows plenty of character, but is sturdy enough for another 50 years. The top has it’s original green leather finish and the handles are brass.

Dimensions: 76w x 51d x 73h cm approx.

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This splendid 1960’s sideboard has just touched down at Retrorumage HQ. It has everything you need in a vintage storage piece, and as a bonus it measures in at just over 150cm, so it’s practical and well proportioned.

Dimensions: 151w x 40d x 71h cm approx.

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My passion has always been for chairs, and if I had more room at home I would keep this little beauty. It is an original J107 chair designed by Poul M. Volther and licensed to Mobler of Denmark. The original coral paint finish has started to fade in places to reveal the grey finish beneath, and I love it. It shows the character and age of this rare little chair.Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

My passion has always been for chairs, and if I had more room at home I would keep this little beauty. It is an original J107 chair designed by Poul M. Volther and licensed to Mobler of Denmark. The original coral paint finish has started to fade in places to reveal the grey finish beneath, and I love it. It shows the character and age of this rare little chair.

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1960’s plant pot stand with original drip tray. Simply stunning.

View this gorgeous vintage Ercol two seater sofa at tomorrows Dublin Brocante. It’s fresh in from the upholster, and looks fab in it’s newly covered two tone fabric.

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