As an interior architect and graphic designer I have learned a lot about production and the evolution of how things are made. It’s sad to see how products have an integrated obsolescence nowadays (they are made to break just after a few years) … so you are obliged to buy it new.
Never understood how your grandmothers coffee mill still is working, but yours had to be replaced 10 times?
And if you take care of it, it will last longer than many cheap objects nowadays. So if you need (to replace) something, anything for your home and interior, give it a try, and buy something vintage, retro, antique. And if your grandmother does not have it, try me.
If it’s not in stock I’ll search for it.
And maybe tell you the story or history behind it.
And if you take care of it, it will last longer than many cheap objects nowadays.
This is the story behind Hutta Objects with stories
Vintage is expensive?
Not always! It depends on how it was made, the quality, material, etc. I take a lot of time researching for the right pricing, and not looking to overrate it because it is an “old” object. I also tend to compare the price with new existing products of cheap production (and even then, most of the time, it is less or as expensive here …)