Remember our Instagram pics last month where I promised to unearth Brisbane’s hottest homewares stores?
Well, we decided to share the love with you (our dear DIYers, of course) and 70,000 other readers screaming for holiday insights over at Tourism & Events Queensland.
So in one swift day, yes I truly did manage to drive myself around Paddington, Fortitude Valley, New Farm and Woolloongabba to bring you the creme de la creme of interiors stores I shop at (or would like to shop at when we’re cash rolled).
Don’t exceed your baggage allowance with another pink frangipani sarong or bunch of snow globes that don’t even make the cut on nanna’s mantelpiece.
Rather, let me (Nikki from building and interiors blog Nooks & Cranny) guide you on an enjoyable day exploring Brisbane, with serious opportunities to snap-up lavish homewares – guaranteed to earn you the status of ‘best present giver’ this holiday.
So, rearrange your luggage and ensure you can squeeze in the likes of handmade silk cushion slips, antique wine glasses and scented bohemian candles. Oh my!
Want more? Would you be so kind to jump across for our complete wrap (including a super cute infographic) with my day’s itinerary and 12 killer store descriptions to Unearth Brisbane’s hottest homeware trail in a day.
Brisbane’s Hottest Homeware Stores
Pure Flowers, Palace Barracks.
Blake & Taylor, Paddington.
Paddington Antique Store, Paddington.
Du Monde, Paddington.
St Barts, New Farm.
Kova Lifestyle, New Farm.
Magnolia Interiors, New Farm.
Matt Blatt, New Farm.
European Design, New Farm.
Ambience Store, New Farm.
Black & Spiro, Fortitude Valley.
Woolloongabba Antique Centre, Woolloongabba.
Google Map Itinerary
Next stop, exploring the Gold Coast for y’all. Coming soon…
I’d love to know if there’s any others you’d recommend worthy of adding to my next buying trip in Brisbane city?