What a great idea! We just love seeing items being used for things beyond their original purpose. Take this fantastic David Douglas designed 1960’s coffee pot – looks perfect holding fruit and herb infused water at a summer party. Delish!
For more great mid century coffee pots, visit our store!
There’s lots going on here at Atomic Magpie! We have a number of fantastic mid-century furniture makeover projects underway, and we are really excited to share them – just as soon as the paint is stripped, the stain is set and the brass polished.
Also on the horizon are some amazing new finds fresh from Australia. They landed Stateside last week, and will be hitting our store in the coming weeks. Our magnificent vintage treasures include a stunning enameled cookware pair by Siltal of Italy, a retro-fabulous red ice bucket by Decor Australia, an AGEE Pyrex bowl and some other absolute gems. We’ll be sure to post more info once we have them listed in our store!
In the mean time, we’re going to share with you this sweet trio (or “a pair & a spare” as we like to say) of coffee mugs by Arcoroc of France. The are tres’ chic, and feature one of our most favorite colors – turquoise. In the popular Jardiniere design, featuring ribbed rings around the mugs, these tempered beauties are fab!
How fun is the bright orange retro-ness of this design? Absolutely love this platter in the “Toledo” pattern. And boy, has it had a journey through time and across the globe.
JAJ (now Crown) is England’s version of Pyrex and is hard to find anywhere outside of the Commonwealth. This little 1960’s gem was Made in England, snapped up in Australia and ended up in America. Kinda reminds us of another little orange traveler…42 Wallaby Way, Sydney anyone?
Both practical and collectible, this vintage platter is a gem.