The Interior Design Stores With the Most Beautiful Instagram Accounts

Lauren Powell

The only thing better than wandering aimlessly through an interiors store with nowhere to be is scrolling through said stores’ dreamy Instagram accounts and dreaming you’re there in real life. It’s no secret that there's an abundance of beautiful interior stores gracing the streets of our design-conscious country, but in case you’re feeling overwhelmed, we’ve shortlisted some of our favourites to give you a head start on your homewares quest. We’ve also found the ones that have an impressive Instagram account to match—so in case you can’t stroll into store, you’re can experience the next best thing. Scroll down and add these stores into your interior black book—because shopping has never looked so good.

St Barts


Love this Aussie front porch! Image found on Pinterest, does anybody know its owner?! SB x

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Who: St Barts

What: Based in Brisbane and the Gold Coast, St Barts was created from a love of the Caribbean coast and its luxe bohemian coastal lifestyle. It’s here you’ll find luxury treasures (furniture, homewares, and fashion) from all over the globe— from Mongolia to Morocco and Asia to Africa. Love travelling and interiors? You'll adore St Barts. 

Dear September


Dusty pink pleated vases $30 #dearseptember #giftideas #flowers #vase #homestyling #decorate

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Who: Dear September

What: This quaint interiors store nestled in the heart of Sydney’s Charing Cross is brimming with treats for the home. It’s here that you’ll find a mix of the old with the new and textiles from the likes of Morocco, India & Turkey.

Who: Hunting for George

What: Your one-stop-shop for the coolest homewares and gifts in town. From bedding, to artwork and planters—you name it, they’ve got it. And the best of it, too.

Who: Marr-Kett

What: If you’re a fan of Moroccan textiles, allow us to introduce you to Marr-Kett—your new favourite homewares store known for their beautiful kaleidoscopic rugs all the way from the Atlas Mountains. You’re welcome.  

Who: Fenton & Fenton

What: Melbourne-based interiors store, Fenton & Fenton, is a treasure trove of eclectic and unique homewares. This is the place to go if you want to inject a burst of personality and life into your interior.  

Who: Design Twins

What: Australian made and designed goods with a Scandinavian influence—this is our kind of store. If you’re a fan of good quality local goods and minimalist design, you’ll meet your match at Design Twins.  

Who: Bonnie and Neil

What: Handmade, screen printed homewares and textiles inspired by Australian nature and culture—what’s not to love? Their cockatoo printed leather cushion in fuchsia is on the very top of our wish-list.

Table Tonic

Who: Table Tonic

What: If you’re in search of a Moroccan pouf, a wall hanging, or the perfect gift (coffee table books, candles, or Uashmama Bags) look no further than Sydney’s northern beaches go-to interior store, Table Tonic.

Pop & Scott

Who: Pop & Scott

What: Pop & Scott are responsible for creating the ultimate homes for your beloved plants. The concrete planters designed with bright hues in simple designs are seriously cool. While you’re there, browse their range of ceramics, art and lighting.

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