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furniture: Make yourself comfortable in a garden armchair. A guide to outdoor furniture from the 20s to 60s, two dozens beautiful pieces that were also often used indoors.
mode: Blue was always the colour of choice, but the style has changed according to fashion. The uniforms worn by SAS' air hostesses have been military straight, softly feminine and boldly inspired from space. Photo: SAS
glass: Smoking isn't fashionable. But Eric Höglund's ashtrays from the 60s will never go out of style – round, square, rectangular, in a wild variety of gutsy colours. Photo: Emma Shevtzoff
ceramics: Powerful patterns, eggshell-thin things and fabulous figures. The ceramics created by Jane Wålstedt resembles nothing else. Retro shows 133 pieces from the golden age of Jani-Ceramics. Photo: Emma Shevtzoff
Glass: A revolution in the fridge – it all began in 1930 when Electrolux made jars of glass, possible to stack on another. A functional form, later used by Bauhaus architect Wilhelm Wagenfeld and others. Today the jars have become cool and desirable objects for the retro interior. Photo: Thomas Lindblad
Textiles: The flowery patterns of Ulla Ericson Åstrom are somewhat magical. Designed in the 40s to 70s, but still meandering with ease into every true romantics' heart. Photo: Ann Jonasson