Swoon Over Bonnie & Neil’s Stunning New Melbourne Digs

Lauren Powell
by Lauren Powell

If you haven’t heard of Bonnie and Neil before, you can thank us later. Launched five years ago from a modest studio with a handful local stockists, the textiles brand—known for their vibrant, botanical-inspired ranges of screen printed homewares—can now be found in 80 Australian stockists, the U.S., Asia and most recently the U.K.; stocked by Anthropologie, Selfridges and Bloomingdales. And to top it off, the duo’s most recent accolade is their very first bricks and mortar retail store in Melbourne’s trendy suburb of Brunswick. Hot tip: it's to die for. Every surface and wall is flourishing with their soulful handmade product—from cushions and bedding to ceramics and tableware—and is complimented with retro furniture, patterned tiled floors and graphic wallpaper. Scroll down to take the tour through photos by Eve Wilson  for The Design Files.

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