Yesterday I posted on my furniture product picks from The Old Cinema, a vintage, retro and antiques mecca in London. Today, this post is dedicated to the best home accessories that The Old Cinema has to offer.
The Boxy Brownie camera lamp is a creative way of lighting your room. Made from a vintage camera, this light would be a quirky tabletop lighting solution. This lamp would look best in an eclectic interior.
The polished steel and bass military search lamp may seem bold at first, but it would look striking in an open, spacious room. The pale colour on the legs is a lovely little detail.
For a restaurant-style interior, the pair of brass and bubble glass hanging lights would light a whole room and look perfect above a dining table.
If you want a sophisticated look for your home office, try this Art Deco copper desk lamp (from around the 1930s). The slightly tarnished look gives this piece a worn quality.
To keep your letters or pretty stationary in style, this Asprey Edwardian oak letters box (from around the 1900s). The little written details on this letters box are what give this item such character.
For stylish drinking, or just for display, this Art Deco silver necked decanter and five glasses offer a glamorous solution. These Gatsby-esque glasses and decanter would look at home in an opulent interior, complete with chandeliers.
These large brass French herons from the 1960s are a bizarrely wonderful piece. Surprisingly, they would suit many different interiors, from a muted, pale minimalist palette to a wild eclectic collection.
This 19th century window mirror with hand painted glass panels is a whimsical design, and would look perfect in a shabby chic room. The little shutters are such a beautiful touch!
My favourite item has to be the 19th century window mirror with hand painted glass panels, purely to satisfy my love of everything with shutters on it! Which item is your favourite? Let me know in the comments below!
I am not affiliated with The Old Cinema in any way. I’m just a fan of their beautiful items!