Perth’s best local homeware brands and boutiques

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While indulging in some retail therapy may not be front of mind for many of us (ahem cost of living crisis), we can’t say no to supporting local businesses.

Whether you’re obsessed with designer brands or more into Australian-inspired designs, Perth is home to plenty of incredible homewares brands and stores. Not to mention some pretty great vintage furniture shops too. Happy shopping!

Arrival Hall

Nothing beats a coffee and home shopping combo, and it seems that Arrival Hall is well aware of this fact, providing both a gorgeous showroom and a stellar cup of coffee thanks to its in-store cafe. Located on Aberdeen Street, the designer furniture and homewares mecca is the perfect place to get caffeinated before drooling over gorgeous pieces from international brands like HAY, Bolia, Marimekko and Muuto.

Arrival Hall

162 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge

Angove Street Collective

From luxurious lounges to locally crafted candles, Angove Street Collective is the perfect place to get inspiration for your dream home or to grab a gift for that person with great taste. Along with homewares, you can also expect to find clothes and accessories from Australian label ELK and jewellery brand Bianko. The store is also conveniently located next to one of North Perth’s favourite cafés, Stomp, so you can follow up a Sunday brunch with a bit of window shopping.

Angove Street Collective

31 Angove Street, North Perth


A set of good sheets is always a worthy investment, especially when you buy from Perth-based bedding brand Bedtonic. Made to last a lifetime, Bedtonic’s European Flax products are not only ultra-high quality but also sustainably sourced from producers who are committed to zero waste, irrigation and GMOs. Ranging from earthy tones to gorgeous pinstripes, Bedtonic’s linen sheet sets are sure to elevate your bedroom.

10 Hood Street, Subiaco

Kura Studio

If you’re looking to add to your ceramics collection, look no further than Perth-based Kura Studio. Co-founded by best friends Serena and Anika, Kura Studio creates a range of handmade homewares, including pared-back and carefully crafted mugs, vases and bowls.

Online only

Turner + Turner

Handcrafted in Western Australia using WA timber, Turner + Turner’s range of homewares is the answer to your flimsy and uninspiring plastic kitchen utensils and dishes. Led by Neil and Suellen Turner, the brand’s homewares are designed to bring the timeless beauty of timber to enrich the everyday. Turner + Turner’s range of timber wares is available online and at a number of stockists including AGWA and the Antipodes Bookshop in Sorrento.

Online and at select stockists


Created using traditional pottery methods by a small team based in Fremantle, Winterwares is up there with one of our favourite ceramicists in Perth (and there are quite a few!). Expect to find mugs, plates, bowls, vases, candles and more in the form of beautiful organic shapes and speckled finishes. You can find Winterwares online or check out their beautiful store in Fremantle.

Winterwares Fremantle

Unit 1/34 Henry Street, Fremantle

Old Grey House

Inspired by the natural beauty of WA, textile designer Tanya Cain-Abbs designs striking homewares with bold botanic prints. Working out of her home studio in Perth, Tanya creates cushions, tablecloths, table runners and more through sustainably screen printing onto natural base materials. Want to create your very own? You can also keep an eye out for Tanya’s DIY shibori workshops at the Old Grey House website.


Future Shelter Gallery and Store

Another great place to shop for Australiana style décor is Future Shelter in North Perth. Showcasing the artistic talent of Perth-based artist Jane Coffey, the store and gallery feature wall prints of WA’s most iconic places as well as home décor adorned with native flora and fauna prints.

Future Shelter

56 Angove Street, North Perth

Remedy Store

A great ‘bits and bobs’ store that we love is Remedy. Showcasing Australian designs, Remedy stocks everything from sheets and sleeping masks to bags and belts. And as if their selection of homewares and accessories wasn’t reason enough to head down to Fremantle, Remedy is also home to Alvy the adorable shop dog.

95 High Street, Fremantle


Just like everybody else, we’re all aboard the rattan train. And luckily for us, we’ve got reLAAX to feed our addiction. We’re already picturing ourselves all summer at the beach on the Whitsundays lounger, but we can equally see ourselves filling our houses with their lush rattan headboards, side tables, day beds and more. That’s not even mentioning the baby play gyms and bassinets we’ve been spamming our expectant friends with, or the perfectly paired accessories they stock. I definitely need to get a giant clam for my dining table, right? (Sally Hall)


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Ohh Happy Home

Rugs seem to be a major point of consternation amongst our peers. They always seem to be too expensive, or too garish, or too beige, or too synthetic… it’s a lot to process. Thank god for Ohh Happy Home! Stylish rugs, designed in Perth, that don’t cost an arm and a leg, and many of which can be WASHED. In a washing machine! We can hardly believe it. Plus, as a partner of GoodWeave, you can rest assured that your snazzy new rug is ethically produced, with fair working practices for weavers and no child labour.


Side Serve

We’ve been following Side Serve’s luscious Instagram and drooling over their statement tableware since their inception in 2017, dreaming of an excuse to hire some bougie crockery. Well, they finally launched an online shop for all the goodies that aren’t quite right for the hire range, but you just have to take home with you. Expect to find next level chic crockery, glassware, flatware and a few other fun bits and pieces to tickle your fancy. (Sally Hall)


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