Posts Tagged ‘kitchenalia’

10 for a tenner: vintage kitchenware

I’ve been browsing the net so you don’t have to! Here are some of my favourite pieces of vintage kitchenware on Etsy this week…all for under a tenner! Simply click on the photo to take you through to the sale page where you can snap these one offs up! Well I don’t know about you, […] Read more…

Vintage cushions s featured on Kate Beavis Vintage Home blog incl William Morris fabric

5 ways to give your home a vintage autumn feel

Even though it has been warm of late, you can still feel autumn in the air. The misty mornings, all those cobwebs that I keep walking into and the yearly obsession with finding conkers has arrived, as has the need to put the heating on at night. For me, it is time to cosy up […] Read more…

Vintage orange 1960s three tiered cake tin as featured on Kate Beavis Vintage Home blog

A 1960s vintage cake tin based on a 1940s design

Last weekend I bought this three tiered vintage cake tin by Johnson Bros. I haven’t seen a tiered cake tin with a 1960s flower power design on for a long time, as usually you see the 1930s/40s version by brands such as Tala. While the earlier ones are truly fabulous, they don’t quite match my kitchen. […] Read more…

My 10 Vintage Kitchen Must Have’s

As you know I love my vintage, well retro really, kitchen. It’s a mix of new and old; the units and oak worktop are new as are the gadgets such as the green Morphy Richards toaster and my juicer, but the rest is circa 1965. Here are my top 10 items that I couldn’t live […] Read more…

10 of the Best: Vintage cookware

We have posted a few pictures recently of our kitchen, and from your feedback it appears you have loved our vintage Cathrineholm collection. With this in mind, today’s 10 of the Best is featuring vintage and retro cookware…all available to buy online right now! 1. No list of retro flower cookware would be complete without […] Read more…

10 of the best: vintage enamelware

I haven’t been blogging much recently as most of my time has been taken up on photo shoots for the book. We are shooting real people’s homes that have embraced certain eras and have been styled well. Friday we visited Annie and Trevor’s home to shoot their 1920s and 1930s rooms. I posted this picture […] Read more…

Vintage Nation

Last Saturday was the first Vintage Nation; a one dayer in sunny (yet very windy) Brighton. It comes to us from Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair and promised to be a one day treat full of shopping, music, fairground rides and much more. We had a great day, even with the 4 am start. Here are […] Read more…

Spring into action!

As Spring is almost here, Your Vintage Life has written a new article for Vintage Life magazine. It refers to the wartime campaign of “Make Do and Mend” and “Dig For Victory”, highlighting that this ethos is as relevent today as it was 65 years ago. Filled with ideas for Easter gifts and how to […] Read more…

Caddy Magic!

Since we started selling in this amazing vintage world, we cannot quite believe what the most sought after product has been. We have had so many enquiries about the 1960’s Caddymatic. Now, how many of you have actually heard of such a thing? It is a plastic tea dispenser that hangs on the wall in […] Read more…

Berry nice!

Here at Your Vintage Life we do love a cake! Not just eating them off beautiful cake stands…we also like to bake them in our vintage kitchen! Today we made berry muffins with our little boy, Herbie. They were a great success so I’ll take you through the recipe (and share some of our vintage […] Read more…

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