Pumped up to giant size, this clock is inspired by a period timepiece. Thirties-style seating also pays tribute to another golden era.
Modern-day luggage takes its cue from designs of the past. Whether you’re a safari girl, or a fan of vintage Vuitton, there’s a model to suit.
With its deep-buttoned upholstery, pleated detailing and luxurious burgundy colourway, this sofa ramps up classical style to the max.
Contemporary homeware is given an industrial edge – the metal caging on this storage unit recasts period form for the modern age.
Iconic designs never lose their appeal… Conceived in the Fifties, this lamp marries Deco-like elegance with architectural perfection.
Once out of fashion, valet stands are back on-trend… This beauty is made of luxe, tactile materials and has a chic, streamlined shape.
With its etched detailing, this drinks cabinet pays tribute to Thirties design. The woven leather armchair also reimagines trad finishes.
A plush headboard takes Thirties glamour to new heights of style. Team with accessories with repeat motifs for the full-on Deco look.
Updating a standard chest, this gorgeously conceived piece features modern bronze plating alongside skilled cabinetry techniques.
Photography ⁄ Simon Bevan
Styling ⁄ Jo Bailey
Shining a spotlight on the now and the next in home design and decor, Livingetc is the UK's best selling high end and contemporary home design magazine. As a brand, Livingetc showcases the world's very best homes, breaks and makes the trends, and has access to leading international designers for insight and ideas. It was first published in 1998, and is currently edited by Pip Rich.
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