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The 10 Australian Homeware Brands you Need to Know

The local design industry is full of talent and now’s the perfect time to show your support and treat your home to something special from these Australian homeware brands.

Sarah Ellison
Sarah Ellison

The Australian design scene is full of creativity, originality and talent. Some of the nation’s most stylish homewares are produced right here, from ceramic pieces to feature furniture, with local designers delving into the possibilities of function and form through both innovative and time-honoured materials and processes. As we all take a closer look at our homes right now, supporting Australian homeware brands will uncover unique design pieces to decorate your home with. The following brands are just a few of our favourites.


Sarah Nedovic
One Australian designer that has lit up your Insta feed is Sarah Nedovic. Her made-to-order ceramic lamps are all crafted by hand in her Melbourne studio. Each shapely piece still bears the remnants of its creation, with marks from sculpting tools and fingerprints during the process celebrated rather than polished away. Sarah’s striking lamps have a quiet and timeless sculptural presence, regardless of whether they’re in use or not. 

An exciting newcomer to the local design scene is this Australian homeware brand that brings an artful quality to furniture. Fomu focuses on using ethically sourced materials in the local production of high-end furniture. Co-founders and designers Andrew Beveridge and Gabrielle Beswick’s range of contemporary tables and seats are sure to impress. Our favourite pieces are the L’Art De Vivre lounge chair and the Odie coffee table.

Studio Henry Wilson
Sydney-based designer Henry Wilson has turned his name into a powerhouse Australian homeware brand. Also known for creating sophisticated retail spaces for Aesop, the internationally renowned designer lends this same level of restraint and refinement to home accessories from lamps and trays to oil and incense burners to door handles in bronze, aluminium, marble and brass finishes. 

Just Adele
Another Australian homeware brand delving into the possibilities of marble is Just Adele. Melbourne-based founder Adele Cotruzzola explores the unique characteristics of viola calacatta and Carrara marble, as well as light and dark travertine, in her elegant collection of plinths, bedsides and coffee and side tables. The natural variations in natural stone mean each made-to-order piece is different, lending a bespoke touch.

Marloe Marloe
Queensland ceramicist and designer Marloe Morgan has turned her passion into a cult favourite Australian homeware brand. Each vase, breakfast bowl, plate and tumbler is handcrafted with artisanal skill in small batches to guarantee a distinctive look. The Australian designer’s commitment to quality ensures every Marloe Marloe piece is beautiful but the stunning vases offer bold, shapely and geometric appeal in equal measure.

Curated Spaces
Everything old is new again may as well be the mantra underlying Australian homeware brand Curated Spaces. The online marketplace makes timeless design accessible and an eager following for every found vintage treasure newly listed is proof there is an appetite for pre-loved original pieces nationwide. From pleated vases and marble tables to iconic sofas and chairs, Curated Spaces offers design fans pieces in good condition across design eras and tastepoints.

Carlotta + Gee
What better time to have inspiration strike than on holiday? For friends Carlotta and Georgie, the namesake duo behind this Australian homeware brand, the idea for their bed linen label came on a trip to Byron Bay. Wanting to replicate that plush, breathable hotel linen feel at home, the pair has created their own 100 per cent French flax linen available in 17 different colours for timeless everyday luxury.

Neighbourhood Studio
Melbourne-based designer Lucas Wearne established his Australian homeware brand Neighbourhood Studio this year and fast gained attention among local design fans for this limestone vessels, objects, lamps and planters. A self-taught artist with a background in landscape design, furniture making, silver smithing Lucas explores graphic line and shape realised in natural Australian limestone, showcasing his influences from Cubism, Romanticism and Greek Classicism. 

Sarah Ellison
Renowned stylist Sarah Ellison has turned her penchant for a down-to-earth yet contemporary approach into a fast-growing Australian homeware brand. The former Real Living editor has leant her trained design eye to occasional chairs in linen, faux shearling and velvet; rattan, timber and glass-topped tables, ceramic vases, even a collection of graphic tiles. Sure to find a place on your wishlist is the brand new Yoko bed.

Lucy Montgomery
Another stylist turned Australian homeware brand is Belle magazine’s interior design editor, Lucy Montgomery. Her newly launched label’s first collection takes its inspiration from the Mediterranean – the architecture, aesthetics and rich earthenware heritage – and features plaster lamps and classic painted-stripe cushions and premium Belgian linen in a refined palette of white, terracotta, ochre, and blue. 

Shopping local design is both a great way to support the Australian design industry as well as discovering distinctive feature elements to fashion your home with. These Australian homeware brands all celebrate timeless style, creativity and a commitment to quality, whether you’re after a new sofa, vase or pre-loved chair. Need to add another comfy seat at your place? Look no further than this selection of the best occasional chairs on the market