Best Homewares Shops in Melbourne. Scout House European antiques, handcrafted Australian furniture and plenty of miscellaneous homewares. New W Brisbane has distinct Queensland identity. Offering florals and yarn to spare, this shop is for creature comforts. They have a great range of ceramics, warm timber accessories, lighting and of course, furniture.
Modern Times Furniture, jewellery, textiles and more await you at this tasteful design store. Monolab Bringing the best of Japanese design to Melbourne. Jardan Flagship Defining Australian style. Made In Japan Packed with handmade Japanese ceramics. Craft Victoria Showcasing the most exciting and unexpected new local designers. Tait Furniture and homewares crafted from local materials. Dinosaur Designs This Australian design favourite can invigorate any home.
The Boroughs Stocking mostly local talent, this Lygon Street entry caters to an array of tastes. Scout House European antiques, handcrafted Australian furniture and plenty of miscellaneous homewares.
Little Salon A small boutique selling homewares, clothing and accessories, by mostly local labels. Mr Kitly The focus here is detail: Lightly Colourful and decorative pieces that hark back to simpler times. Ceramics with an artistic sensibility. Third Drawer Down Paying homage to illustration and print design in fantastical ways. Mud Australia Minimalist sensibilities collide with high-calibre craftsmanship and design in this colourful space. Cottage Industry Offering florals and yarn to spare, this shop is for creature comforts.
Great Dane Stocking the best of Scandinavian design. White Water A small-living specialist. Guild of Objects A pottery spot as colourful as it is original. Ivy Muse Botanical Emporium For all your indoor plant needs. The Woodsfolk You could stock every room in the house with a single trip.
Mark Douglass Design Find your next statement piece at this classy glassware shop. Marimekko Bold patterns and sustainability sit at the core of this Finnish brand. Shelley Panton Handmade pottery, plants and plenty more. Lunar Store Quirky and modern. The Nomad Society Minimalist while maintaining a colourful flair. Vincent Design From crockery to lighting design, everything here is simple and functional.
Post Industrial Design Where recycled materials become exceptionally original wares. Get the best of Broadsheet straight to your inbox.
Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram. Anna Dutton of Bower Architecture: Their range is carefully curated and features timeless pieces with texture and warmth: They have a great range of ceramics, warm timber accessories, lighting and of course, furniture.
We just bought a Modernica Case Study Planter from them in black ceramic and timber for the Bower Architecture studio. Carole Whiting of Whiting Architects: We hope you found this list useful.
She's a journalism graduate of UTS Sydney. Hi does anyone know where I can get a gold canopy bed from king size , modern. Your email address will not be published. Skip to primary navigation Skip to content Skip to primary sidebar. We love Great Dane Furniture in Fitzroy, around the corner from our office.
They have a great diverse range of furniture,homewares, lighting and accessories, focusing on natural materials like solid timber that ensure products have a long lifespan. Their timeless mid-century pieces can be styled up or down to either accentuate or pare-back their modernist flavour. New Sage x Clare collection inspired by boho Bali villa. New W Brisbane has distinct Queensland identity. New Beeline Design range inspired by corrugated iron. A dramatic tri-level residence in Melbourne.
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Best Homewares Shops in Melbourne It can take years to kit your house out the way you really want it. Apart from the cost, you need a stylist's eye and a good amount of persistence to find the right pieces. If you're struggling to restrict your homewares obsession to the worlds of Pinterest and Instagram, then perhaps it's time you take the next big leap and start furnishing the home of your dreams. Here, we've included shops to suit every taste, from minimalist Scandi style to kitsch cool. This Melbourne homewares store is beautiful and rambling, classic and modern, all at the same time. Owned by Lucy Fenton, the Fenton&Fenton store is made up of room after room of interesting artworks, soft furnishings, women’s accessories, and so, so much more.