If you’re looking for a gift, wanting to completely redecorate your home or just need a couple of items to refresh a space, you have plenty of options. From sleek furniture from the other side of the world to handmade local items and everything in between, here is a list of the best homewares in Sydney.
As the name suggestions, Terrace has a huge focus on furnishing and decorating outdoor space. The beautiful, bright and colourful store is stocked with patterned umbrellas to set up a alfresco dining set beneath, super sized pot plants and day beds perfect for those afternoon naps in the sun. There are plenty of smaller items too, making this Terrace ideal for picking up a gift when the time calls for it. There are plenty of vases, ceramics and hanging pot plants with plenty of succulents to choose from.
The owners of Commune, Loren Morton and Kristie Keith, created this beachy store with the aim to create a space to showcase ethically made wares from local designers. Here you will find beautiful Pampa rugs, day beds from Byron Bay and handmade soy wax candles made in Bondi. If you love earthy, beachy settings then you will find yourself at home in this stunning store. There is also a huge range of Turkish towels to choose from which will come in handy down at Bondi Beach, which is only a few blocks away.
Located in Redfern, The Great Dane is a little slice of Scandinavia in Sydney. If you fancy yourself some sleek lines and timeless pieces for your home then look no further. You will find renowned designers such an Grete Jalk and Hans Wegner on display here. Products range from lighting, accessories and textiles too. If you are a vintage furniture lover you can snag one of their hard-t0-find pieces, which are all lovingly restored in their workshop.
Located in a once industrial warehouse, Koskela is a store that manages to have ample space to display their incredible range of homewares. Designers Russell Koskela and Sasha Titchkosky who make all their furniture from recycled timbers showcase their work here, as well as plenty of complimentary homewares that pair perfectly with their pieces. From candles, bean bags, rugs, books, stools, print and everything in between.
This gorgeous little store answers the age old problem of those that live in small spaces but don’t want to fill their home with IKEA furniture. Instead, the store celebrates petite places and stocks high quality products that, in many cases, are also multi functional so your home doesn’t feel cluttered. For example, there are side tables that double as stools and ceramics that are both practical and decorative.