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10 Gorgeous Small Brands for the Ultimate Retro Aesthetic

As a little one-woman, independent brand, it's super important to us at Weirdstock to celebrate and elevate other small indie businesses that are doing awesome things.

If you're part of our Weirdstock groupie gang and love all things dopamine decor, colourful, eclectic and retro - I'm pretty sure you're going to love these gorgeous & groovy creators and their products 💖

Plants By There

Plants By There was founded by the talented James Whiting, a botanical stylist, consultant and green fingered seller of gorgeous peat-free houseplants and retro sustainable pots and accessories. The peat-free soils used in PBT's plants are much better for the environment, and help preserve precious carbon-absorbing peat bogs and the habitats they house. Turn your pad into a groovy houseplant jungle 🕺🌴

This won't be the last time you hear us talking about Plants By There. We have a SUPER exciting collab coming up so watch this space!

Lately Studio

Lately Studio make gorgeous, retro-inspired goodness to brighten up your home and desk. Every item has been designed by self-taught designer and founder Emma Lammie. Always inspired by mid-century decor, funky 60s patterns and the joy of analogue. We love Emma's cards so much that we added them as a gifting option right here on the Weirdstock website.


Cush is the brainchild of maximalist textile designer Emma Barry. They make beautiful high-end cushions and art prints that are designed, printed and made up north in small batches, with as little waste as possible. These products are super luxe and the attention to detail is out of this world. Get on it!

Charlie Ann Buxton

Influenced by 1960s art, Charlie makes the most stunning silk and cotton scarves. Her work takes on a surreal, dreamlike, vintage style through an exploration of Merseyside’s forgotten seaside towns and unique fashion identity and culture.

Eclectic Eye Homeware

Emma and David of Eclectic Eye homeware are good friends of Weirdstock, in fact we all live in the same part of London and met through the power of Instagram! The husband and wife team are expert vintage treasure hunters, with an amazing eye for beautifully crafted pieces with lots of soul. We're lusting after some of their vintage glassware.

Eclectica Vintage

Stockport-based Sara Davidson AKA Eclectica Vintage makes beautiful tote bags and wall art from vintage textiles. You can buy her 70s wares directly from her Instagram. Check her out!

Wavey Casa

Fans of dopamine decor - you've got to get on Wavey Casa! Another female-founded brand, they design and curate colourful homewares in London. We're big fans of the sweary candles.

Ada Binks

Zoe is the woman behind Ada Binks' gorgeous, retro accessories and homewares, handmade in England. We're obsessed with the super mod perspex earrings! They have just launched an amazing new range of lamps, reminiscent of the lucite string lamps of the 60s and 70s. Their website is currently under construction, so stay tuned on Instagram.

Tabula Vintage

Becky at Tabula Vintage is the QUEEN of kitsch 💖 With an amazing eye and dedication to sourcing the cutest homewares from across France and the UK, and of course a penchant for poodles - if you don't know, get to know! Weekly drops on the Tabula instagram.

Mellow Mind Design

Glasgow-based Lesley designs and makes beautiful, 70s hippie-inspired flower child gifts, stationary and art prints. We can't get enough of her 'Country in Nouveau' range. All available on Etsy - Yeehaw 🤠