AS more and more people are living in luxurious city flats, especially those who love to keep up with the world of fashion, it is important to make sure that your internal décor also keeps up with the times too.
Though there are hundreds of styles to choose from, one of the biggest trends of the summer of 2013 is set to be around traditional, yet lovably quirky furniture.
With that in mind, we picked up some of the best and most interesting pieces that we love:
Newgate Tube Station Clock
If you love the idea of Britain from times gone by, this wonderfully inspired tube station clock pays homage to the fact that the styles of the 1940s are still very much in fashion, and that quite simply, not everything in our homes has to be digital.
Etienne Small Three Drawer Desk
With rustic décor often found at the heart of our home, this beautifully marked drawer would fit perfectly well with a home that is looking to achieve a distinct European feel. If you want to go a step further however, you can of course turn to the likes of Sylvester Oxford for French Style Furniture.
Mayfair Vintage Armchair
Nothing says sophistication like a leather armchair such as this. Almost as if brought out of a London gentlemen’s club, this wonderful Mayfair Vintage Armchair would sit wonderfully within a hallway, or next to a bookcase that is simply bursting at the seams with books.
Gothic Arch Design Wine Cabinet
It is often said that no home should be taken seriously if it is lived in without an adequate wine cabinet. If that happens to be your line of thought, then this rather gothic wine cabinet could well be the piece that your flat is yearning for.
Of course, if wine of any colour really isn’t you’re thing, then there’s no reason why you can’t stock with rare ciders or independent ales.
Triple Antler Lamp with Shade
If you’re after something a little masculine for your apartment, or you merely enjoy the beauty of nature, this uniquely designed lamp shade will fulfil just that.
Managing to bring the beautiful influence of the wild into your home while remaining fantastically traditional, it is a piece which could be featured either in the bedroom, or by your favourite reading spot in the living room.