End of Summer SALE

- 1970’s bedside lockers
- 60’s Gplan bookshelf/cabinet
- 70’s ceiling light with Murano shades
- Scandinavian serving trolley
- Early 1960’s sideboard
- 1970’s teak bookcase cabinet
- Vintage Turnidge glassed cabinet
- Large West German Fat Lava floor lamp

This vintage Ercol 2 seater sofa is fresh in the door. There is a huge interest in Ercol pieces at the moment, and vintage sofas are becoming very difficult to find. Demand is on the increase following new releases of iconic pieces by the Ercol factory.

This dark wood Windsor sofa is ready for upholstering. We can sell it as is, or contact us to chat about re-upholstering options.

Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

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A super cool 1970’s Swedish egg chair, with a chocolate brown leatherette finish, on a four star swivel base.

For viewing details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

A stunning and rare Irish designed 1960’s Crannac armchair. The design incorporates a solid wood frame, with a curved bentwood side bar. The fabric is original to the chair, and is as fresh as the day it left the factory.

For viewing details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

A stunning and rare Irish designed 1960’s Crannac armchair. The design incorporates a solid wood frame, with a curved bentwood side bar. The fabric is original to the chair, and is as fresh as the day it left the factory.

For viewing details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

This cracking piece of Industrial furniture once rested in an RAF base in the UK. It dates to the 1950’s, and is a hot piece of very on trend design. The whole piece is made from a sheet metal, and has the perfect balance of it’s original paint finish, and age related wear. We have given it a professional clear coat, powder coating, which makes if suitable for any private or commercial setting.

Each pigeon hole accommodates a bottle of wine, giving you an extremely stylish wine rack. It would also look fab in a home setting as a kitchen or office storage cabinet.

The piece is now on show in our Pop Up in Indigo & Cloth Temple Bar http://indigoandcloth.com/

Dimensions: 2m high approx,

For further details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

This cracking piece of Industrial furniture once rested in an RAF base in the UK. It dates to the 1950’s, and is a hot piece of very on trend design. The whole piece is made from a sheet metal, and has the perfect balance of it’s original paint finish, and age related wear. We have given it a professional clear coat, powder coating, which makes if suitable for any private or commercial setting.

Each pigeon hole accommodates a bottle of wine, giving you an extremely stylish wine rack. It would also look fab in a home setting as a kitchen or office storage cabinet.

The piece is now on show in our Pop Up in Indigo & Cloth Temple Bar http://indigoandcloth.com/

Dimensions: 2m high approx,

For further details contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

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(via It’s Nice That : Furniture Design: Kyuhyung Cho and Erik Olovsson just reinvented the humble shelving unit)

When the sun is shining, ya can’t beat a picnic in the park or by the sea. Give your day out a Retro twist with this very cool 1950’s traveling picnic table and basket.

The table is by Gladlyn, and the patented design turns a neat suitcase into a handy table. The basket is molded plastic, and the contents are as new, and unused.

Table: 77w x 36d x 50h cm approx.

Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

A very cool Ercol blonde Windsor armchair, and it has just landed at Retrorumage HQ.

The cushions have been re-foamed, and covered in an on trend check fabric,

Condition report: * The frame shows some age related wear, mainly to the arms but is otherwise sturdy with no cracks to the wood. The cushions have been freshly re-upholstered. Overall the chair is in good vintage condition. - 7/10

Contact Paul retrorumage@gmail.com

Plastic modular furniture designed in the late 1960’s, and on into the 70’s is highly sought after by the design savvy people, and collectors of MCM design. Many of the pieces designed during this period find their provenance in Italy, and are attributed to some of the greatest designers of the era.

The Bacco modular mobile bar above was designed by Sergio Mazza in the late 60’s. The idea behind the piece was to offer a bar that was, compact mobile, and aesthetically pleasing. The module holds six bottles, glasses, and has a sunken ice well. The plastic finish makes it ideal for indoor and outdoor use.

42h x 61w x 61d cm

Paul retrorumage@gmail.com