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Homewares stores to fulfil your Instagram dreams

THERE is nothing more satisfying to a furniture-loving, design-savvy Instagrammer than following the bloggers and shops who excel at showing off their trendy works.

You too can become one of them.

With these top Brisbane homewares stores, you can deck out your place to be Insta-ready and totally on-point.

Here's where we recommend hitting up first:

1. Coco Republic (@cocorepublic)

400 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley

Coco Republic embodies style, quality and sophistication in all its pieces. Whether you're looking for a new statement sofa or a drinks cart to fulfil your James Bond dreams you can guarantee Coco Republic will deliver with restrained elegance.

Coco Republic. Photo: Instagram.
Coco Republic. Photo: Instagram. Georja Ryan

2. Jack Mitchell (@jackmitchellinteriors)

Shop 2 The Emporium, 1000 Ann St, fortitude Valley

Jack Mitchell Interiors is a haven for those who want to build a home of elegance and style with just a hint of quirkiness. Inspiration here comes from antique treasures and far-flung travel; you'll find globes with a vintage spin, nautical-themed decorative bowls, antlers, deer heads and Chinese print ceramics. You might even meet Bailey the cocker spaniel!

Jack Mitchell. Photo: Instagram.
Jack Mitchell. Photo: Instagram. Georja Ryan

3. Pottery Barn (@potterybarnaus)

19 Wandoo St (Near James St)

It's easy to spend hours in Pottery Barn, and their younger sibling West Elm, at their huge James St location. The upscale American import oozes classic style and is always up to date on modern trends making it the perfect location to hunt for that special piece you just can't find anywhere else.

Pottery Barn. Photo: Instagram
Pottery Barn. Photo: Instagram Georja Ryan

4. Magnolia Interiors (@magnoliainteriors)

46 James St, Fortitude Valley

 

If a mansion in the Hamptons embodies your style goals, Magnolia interiors is the place for you. With bold striped cushions, luxurious wallpaper, shabby-chic furniture and fabulously patterned linens Magnolia Interiors is perfect for those chasing a little bit of colour in their life.

Magnolia Interiors. Photo: Instagram
Magnolia Interiors. Photo: Instagram Georja Ryan

5. Replica Furniture (@replica_furniture)

31 Doggett St, Teneriffe

Inspired by the leading designers of the 20th century, Replica Furniture stocks reproductions of some of the best-loved furniture and lighting pieces. Here, you'll find the slick curves of the Panton Chair, the industrial Componibili storage units, Jac Jacobsen's huge Pixar-style lamp and more.

Replica Furniture. Photo: Instagram
Replica Furniture. Photo: Instagram Georja Ryan

For more great homewares stores around Brisbane, head HERE

Topics:  brisbaneanyday furniture homewares



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