I love it when artists and designers take classical objects and shed new color and light on them. This is the case of these iconic London teapots and phone booths.
The first one up is a beautiful rendition of the British phone booth. Wouldn’t you love to have tea in a teapot that looks so English?
A British phone booth in pink is just so cute; just by applying an unexpected color hue, you have yourself a beautiful piece of art. And a ceramic teapot with vintage roses, brings a different dimension to the classical British teapot (although I think the said teapot – below – is from an Australian shop, ehem).
How about a Union Jack pillow; but this time it comes with vintage-romantic colors, like this one here? And the Union Jack floral cozy – by Monsoon – right below it?
And let’s not forget, British contemporary-chic, found at an online store owned by British stylist Marie Nichols – called The Shop at Number 57 – with it’s cute contemporary-vintage British art.
Here we have the Queen’s stamp, reinterpreted into a white-and-black cross-stitch design nestling gracefully in a round embroidery hoop. So cute! You also have the Union Jack, and the Royal Crown, also in a black-and-white contemporary rendition of a vintage theme! A beautiful collection!