Does your love of speed extend beyond the waves to the best new supercars and investment-worthy private jets? Bring your passions on board with our edit of the best vintage-inspired interior design pieces perfect for speed enthusiasts such as Andrew Martin's Aviator desk in studded metal and based on the shape of an aeroplane wing.
Desk, £825, andrewmartin.co.uk
Crafted in 1924 by Dunhill, this lighter is known as the Rolls-Royce thanks to its radiator grille, 'Town Cap' and red enamel badge.
Lighter, £35,000, pullmangallery.com
Created from the exhaust of a Porsche 911 GT3, this aluminium-cased 911 Speaker allows for wireless audio streaming.
911 speaker, €499, porsche-design.com
Hailing from circa 1919, the original mahogany and oak propeller from a Avro 504 aeroplane is a true one-of-a-kind.
Plan propeller by Westland London, £10,320, 1stdibs.com
Still regarded by many as the greatest racing driver of all time, this print shows Juan Manuel Fangio after winning the British Grand Prix at Silverstone in 1956.
Print, from £89, soniceditions.com
The Coffre à Lutrin mobile folding desk by Hermès, in wood and tan leather with textile panels, harks back to the railway’s golden age.
Desk, £48,010, uk.hermes.com
This glass-topped desk has a base made from the aluminium tailplane of a Hawker Siddeley Hawk jet, flown by the RAF and the Red Arrows display team.
Desk, POA, hatchwellantiques.co.uk
Swiss watchmaker Breitling has teamed up with British car manufacturer Bentley to create this elegant desk clock.
Desk clock, £1,005, bentleymotors.com
Ralph Lauren is one of the biggest car collectors in the world, and his passion is behind the silver plated resin Clermont Automobile Objet – perfect for the car lover’s desk.
Ornament, £1,595, ralphlaurenhome.com
Linley’s modern interpretation of a gentleman’s club chair – the Aston chair – is inspired by the seat of an Aston Martin.
Armchair, from £3,250, davidlinley.com