Retro Furniture

Retro Furniture

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5

Retro Furniture is the complete opposite of classic; it can be loud and quirky.  This design conjures feelings of nostalgia, bringing back memories of mid century homes and homes we lived in or visited in our younger days.

Trends from recent decades, the 50’s 60’s, 70’s and more recently the 80’s are now considered retro and thus the market developed to buy retro furniture in the UK.

Some of our retro furniture ranges available boast elegant styling such as the Alchemy range which also offers a little more colour than our other classics.

Our Favourites

Our Criss Cross range might be the ideal vintage furniture collection for you, It is available in a copper or metal finish. This collection offers a simplistic design and would create an effective piece for you living room. The Criss Cross range consists of a coffee table, side table, and console table available in smoked glass or wooden tops.

The Shazaar range of side tables and coffee tables is truly sublime with a choice of copper or gold finished frames and marble table tops. The highlights of the range are the trapezoid side table and the octagon coffee table, both these pieces of vintage furniture are breath-taking.

The Retro Patch collection is unique and charming; the collection includes everything from TV Units to Chest of Drawers. Each drawer or door on this fabulous retro furniture range has its own unique design and pattern.

Finally our Trinity Clock Side and Coffee Tables are a must for anyone looking for a retro coffee or side table. The tables include a working clock on a bronzed mango wood face. The clock sits under the glass table top. 

Bestselling Retro Furniture at Zurleys

Bestsellers Include the Retro Scandinavian Chest,  Shazaar Trapezoid Marble Side Table and finally the Copper Wire Side Table

Retro White Marble and Black Trapezoid Table Vintage Copper and Black Wire Side Table Retro White 7 Drawer Chest with Natural Handles and legs