No need to answer. I know you are thinking AM-AZ-ING!
I came across these aztec/eclectic inspired gems through wordpress. Vasare was lovely enough to follow my blog so I got to know a little bit more about Vasare through her own wordpress blog (gotta love networking, right?)
Anyway please follow her wonderful blog here and stop by her Society6 shop to purchase these beautiful throw pillows and other goodies she has on her online store.
So most people would know about Freedom, but I just had to bring your attention to some of the amazing furniture and accessories they have available in Australian stores at the moment. I spent so long clicking away on their website and browsing their online catalogue – here are some wonderful images from their website showcasing some their current ranges.
I’m so in love with the bold colours, patterns and textures they are using in their products that I think I might have to make a trip down to my local store to make some purchases (shhhh… just keep that between you and me).
Every time I leave the Raw Space store in Adelaide CBD I’m always wondering where the time has gone. So there is no wonder when I found out they had an online store, I spent even more time browsing their website too. Here are some of my fav’s:
Make Me Iconic sells artwork, ceramics, tea-towels, cushions and children’s toys. But what makes this online store different is that all their products have iconic printed images of landmarks or are designed around iconic areas/items/businesses of Australian cities such as Melbourne and Sydney. Designed by young and vibrant designers, these products are a great way to incorporate Australian souvenirs into your home.
Here are a few of the items i’m eyeballing at the moment, but please head over to their online store to find out more about the business and the products they sell.
If there is one thing I love more than skulls (view previous posts here, here and here) it would have to be neon printed cushions and The Print Society just happen to hit the nail on the head.
Their cushions, purses and bags are made from natural fabrics such as hemp/linen and are hand printed in Sydney Australia. They also use non-toxic water based inks and dyes, and are produced using sustainable practices.
You will find below some of my picks from their online store:
Check out their online shop here to view (and perhaps purchase) some of these delights.
I have a shop to share that I’ve recently come across. It’s calledAnthropologie.
Anthropologie have 175 stores in the U.S, Canada and the U.K that also sells internationally through their online store. Anthropologie began in Wayne, Pennsylvania and was created for women wanting a curated mix of clothing, accessories, gifts and home décor that reflects their personal style and fuels their lives’ passions, from fashion to art to entertaining.
At Anthropologie you can find an assortment of whimsical and eclectic peices for your home. I have picked out a few of my favourite items below, but make sure you take a trip over to their website to see some of the other amazing products they have in store and online.
I had a few spare minutes in my day so I thought I would take a trip to my local Freedom Furniture store. They have some amazing pieces on sale at the moment and what’s even more awesome is that this store also had some floor stock that was reduced even further. I took a few quick snaps of some of the items that caught my eye. Be sure to head over to your nearest Freedom store to see what floor stock they might have on special.
This occasional chair would be great to add to a family or lounge room to give a more masculine feel to the room. I also thought the cushion was fitting for the chair.
This coffee table was on sale for only $39.00 (floor stock)
This grey fabric three seater sofa was on sale for only $840.00 (floor stock)
I love the fabric on this ottoman (floor stock)
These outdoor chairs
I love the bold colours they have used in these pieces
And this carpenter style dining table which I must have.
A Trip To The Moon stocks lifestyle and homewares, stationary, toys and dolls for the young and the young at heart, from brands such as Kathy Kruse, Maron Bouillie, Marimekko, Holmegaard, Eva Solo and Alessi.
I’ve picked out a few I’m eyeballing (like.. every time I go into the store):
This cute little robot (above) and the jewellery box (below) shaped like a wine decanter
This Marimekko scatter cushion (above) and this AMAZING bronze robot (below) which is on mine and my partners, I might add, to have right now list
These spice shakers (above) and some flamingos for the garden (below)
images: A Trip To The Moon
Visit ‘A Trip To The Moon’ Here: 155 The Parade
Or for all of you not living in RADelaide you can also purchase some of their goods online.
The online magazine is full of rich content, quality images and interactive pages that will be sure to kick-start some ideas and inspiration.
Also you might like to know that the items that are seen in the images are able to be purchased in the Quintessential Duck Egg Blue store in Balmain, N.S.W. (unlucky for me, they don’t have a store in Adelaide). Head over to Quintessential Duck Egg Blue for more information.
Here are some of my favourite pic’s from the magazine: