popsicle interiors

A Very Vintage Home: Popsicle Interiors

Published On May 5, 2016 | By Rachelle | Brighton Style

Every month Rachelle will be out and about trawling through the vintage furniture world in Brighton to find the most stylish, unique and iconic pieces for your home.

Fifteen minutes outside Brighton, in the great leafy Sussex countryside, you’ll find a lovely village called Steyning. There are two highly notable things about Steyning: firstly, it’s home to The Little Shop, one of the best sweet shops you have ever seen  (genuinely like something out of a Roald Dahl book) and secondly, Steyning is home to Cobblestone Walk.

Cobblestone Walk is a traditional Tea House set in a court yard surrounded by small independent businesses. Most of these shops are actually small green huts and in their time have housed everything from candles to singing bowls. Now a little green hut finds itself the home of Popsicle Interiors.

stack chairsAn interior styling studio and vintage home store, Popsicle Interiors shower their small green hut with select pieces of furniture from the 50s, 60s and 70s, tiles from the ‘baked tile company’, wallpaper from ‘paperboy’ and, in the future, hope to have a range of eco-friendly paint.

When we visited Popsicle Interiors the store had some great iconic pieces in stock; our favourites were a 1970s Ercol rocking chair and stool that were tucked away inside the store and a set of French Mid-Century industrial chairs pride of place outside luring customers in.

We cannot wait to venture out of Brighton and visit Popsicle Interiors soon and see what new vintage pieces they have in for us to lust after!

Popsicle Interiors, Unit P, Cobblestone Walk, Steyning, BN44 3RD

About The Writer

Rachelle is an original Brightonian currently living with her very pregnant partner and young son along the South Coast in Lancing, but manages to keep one foot in the city working from an office space above the Presuming Ed Coffee Shop on London Road. Rachelle entered the vintage furniture world as a seller, trading at many of the vintage fairs that frequent the city and gained a great reputation within the community for having great taste and great prices! After studying for a Diploma in Interior Design and a Degree in Design and Innovation she now works as an interior designer using her time to create beautiful sustainable interiors, for homes and businesses, inspired by the vintage furniture of the 50s, 60s and 70s.