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Our 10 favourite homewares destinations for beautiful décor

In the interest of staying at home and getting cosy. Making our spaces more tolerable - as we are now spending 95% of our days inside them - is something on a lot of people’s minds right now. If financially viable of course. We are no exception.

As we set ourselves up to settle in for the long haul, these are the brands, online stores, and items we’re coveting to make our spaces extra special.


1. Maison Balzac

australian-homewaresA Sydney homewares golden child, Maison Balzac is a local house treasure and a name that many know and love. Simple structural glass vases and carafes come in rich jewel tones, while their candles are known to transport to Italy, Provence, the beach, you name it, they have a non-overpowering candle or room spray to match it.


2.Alex and Trahanas

australian-homewaresMourning the loss of your European summer this year? Bring it home with locally made ceramics mimicking something you’d find in the Puglian countryside, Amalfi coast, or a Greek fishing village with each unique piece a reflection of time and place. What better time to update your tableware in preparation for hosting again?


3. Curated Spaces

australian-homewaresA favourite among the RUSSH editors. Curated Spaces gives used vintage and mid-century homewares new life via Instagram. Whether it be a new, very necessary couch purchase, or a simple table lamp for the deskside, they’ve got you covered with a waste-free approach.


4. MCM House

MCM-houseBest known for the couch, which would be equally as welcome right now, the notorious homewares store stocks a range of soft furnishings, lamps, decorative pots and more which are on sale now. Run, don’t walk.


5. Jardan

australian-homewaresReigning over our hearts and all of Paddington is Jardan. Known best for their extremely photogenic store and ‘someday’ worthy couches, their homewares are no exception to their rule of perfection (sorry for the rhyme). Marble trays, shearling-esque bolster cushions, ambiguous prints and the softest throws are all part of a flash sale, now.


6. In Bed Store

australian-homewaresAnother notorious Paddington dweller and the clear authority on Linens. Working from bed because you don’t have a desk? So are some of us. Which is a great excuse to update your linens accordingly, you’re investing in your workspace after all.


7. HAY

australian-homewaresA Scandinavian homewares heaven at your fingertips. Everything at HAY feels luxurious and purposeful. Things that you didn’t even know existed are things that you’ve always needed. Luckily, they are having a 20% off WFH sale to fulfil all the needs.


8. WORN Store

australian-homewaresScandinavian utility meets a home-grown aesthetic. WORN’s carefully curated homewares are ethically transparent in manufacturing and are some of the most coveted sustainable and accessible pieces on Instagram interiors inspiration at the moment.


9. Subtle Bodies

In need of some aromatherapy? Subtle Bodies has you covered. Providing a collection of natural incense sourced from around the world coupled with the most chic and streamlined incense holders, home will have never smelt better.


10. Black Blaze

australian-homewaresTo further fulfil your scent needs. Room scents, candles, oils to burn, incense, laundry detergents and hand soaps. If you haven’t had the pleasure of lighting a candle that smells like your hand wash and washing your hands with soap that smells like your laundry detergent, you’re missing out. Good thing Black Blaze has you covered.