Every month we put the spotlight on a different vintage trader, showcasing their business and asking them about their passion for vintage and why they love what they do. This month we interview Claire Milne, who founded Peapod in Rosemount, Aberdeen.
Every month we let you discover a different vintage trader in the North east of Scotland. This month we are putting the spotlight on yet another vintage shop that not everyone might have heard of: Louis Little Haven in the small village of Durno, a few miles outside Inverurie. When I think of the true meaning of ‘vintage’, I feel this shop embodies it perfectly with its pretty romantic florals, pastel colours, dainty tea sets, quirky collectables and solid old wooden furniture.
Vintage shops Scotland, the country really is full of gems when it comes to quirky shops and traders selling their vintage finds online or at local fairs. They are all spread widely, hidden in quiet… More
Every month we are putting the spotlight on one of the many vintage businesses around the North East of Scotland, often hidden away in corners or back alleys. This month we are showcasing a vintage… More
Each year North East Open Studios is a hugely popular event getting people out to visit hundreds of local artists exhibiting in their own homes, studios, galleries or…our shop! Nina’s Apartment is delighted to be… More
Article published in Made in Scotland, issue 2, June 2013 If you are on the hunt for a beautiful piece of vintage furniture, a statement mirror or just a splash of colour and… More
I am so excited to share this news with you all… Not just a little bit… but UBER excited! I will be partnering up very soon with one of the best booksellers in the… More
Happy Green Friday everyone! Your Facebook timeline and Inbox will be bombarded with Black Friday ads today trying to lure you into spending money on stuff you don’t really need. Tempting, I know, because wow,… More
In this time of trying to be plastic-free, it is nice to also shop for no plastic Christmas gifts. I love ceramics and pottery and it is incredible how many gorgeous examples you can find… More
This summer my family and I did a house exchange with a lovely family in the city of Valencia, Spain. It was the second time we swapped our house for the holiday and we love this concept. It’s personal, you get free accommodation (and pet-care!), insider information and you get to live in a real neighbourhood for a few weeks, rather than a hotel.