Tuesday, December 10, 2013

shelf life

South Africa has had an influx of Australian stores over the past year or so that have made a big dent in mainstream shopping. Compared to their local counterparts they're just a lot more fashionable. Don't get me wrong, I do all I can to support local creatives, but I've recently come to the conclusion that Australia has some pretty stylish business going on at the moment.

This lead me to Sydney-based homeware store, Shelf Life. Run by a husband and wife team who provide handmade, local and ethical goods. They also plant a tree for each $200 spent in their store. Pretty darn snazzy.

Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!
Photo of a big bunny  rabbit!

5 comments:

  1. Gotta love Australian homewares. I am slowly discovering the beauty in my local stores. Thanks for sharing this beauty

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  2. I'm so in love with this. How cool is it, that they plant a tree for each $200 spent.. I should definitely consider buying something!

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  3. So pretty!! I've discovered so many cool Australian brands lately.

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  4. Yay for the tree-planting! Love that concept

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