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HOT: Chapel Street Bazaar, 217 Chapel St, Prahran

 HOT: Chapel Street Bazaar, 217 Chapel St, PrahranPoking around a market is the perfect Sunday activity for me, and luckily RM was happy to indulge in my new-found passion for retro furniture. Chapel Street Bazaar, a treasure trove of unusual vintage everything, yielded not one, but two wonderfully restored and reasonably priced 60s lamps – a blue one for him, a red one for me. I was thrilled with our purchases, but unfortunately it just got me started on the whole retro furniture thing. We’ve just begun our season of Mad Men, and while I enjoy the story and like the costumes, I’ve developed the annoying habit of squealing ‘lamp!’ ‘chair!’ ‘table’ every time I spot something I like…

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