Mancunian style favourite, Banana Vintage, has launched a quirky handmade homeware collection

Banana Vintage is a staple of Manchester’s vintage shopping scene and a go-to for vintage garms, but they’re now experimenting with homeware.

Daisy Bradbury Daisy Bradbury - 4th June 2021

Banana Vintage is renowned across Greater Manchester for its old-school offerings, selling various handpicked items ranging from the 60s to Y2k style.

The electric colour palettes and adventurous fashion choices have made the brand’s handbags a staple at local festivals and events.

However, this online boutique’s newest launch is a series of adorable handmade homeware pieces.

Comprising of plant pots, trinket dishes and incense holders, each quirky and eclectic item perfectly fits the Banana Vintage’s vibrant aesthetic.

These new pieces launched at the end of March and are currently being released in small batches ranging from weekly to monthly drops.


Each piece is painted and handmade with clay, offering funky one-off designs that you won’t find anywhere else.

The amount of care and effort that has gone into each piece is visibly apparent – and there’s nothing better than supporting a small local business with a new endeavour.


Plus, these pops of colour are a great way to spice up your home ready for summer. Just because we’re allowed outside again doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in some groovy accessories to freshen up your gaff.

Banana Vintage is currently selling its collection of homeware pieces via their Depop shop, and you can also check out their other style offerings on Instagram.