The Northern Beaches has attracted a wealth of creative people who have set up small shops and craft businesses to showcase their amazing wares. This provides locals with a constant array of gorgeous handmade items that are unique and unlike the mass-produced products that are readily available around the country.
If you’re looking for a special gift or want to adorn your home with some truly special items, check out these interesting and innovative businesses that sell handmade products.
To add some class and style to your home decor, check out Mayvn Interiors. You can find them at 414 Pittwater Road, North Manly. Their impressive range includes high-quality furniture and furnishings for every room of your home.
This includes lovely bedhead covers made from commercial grade fabrics in natural colours such as sand and pewter. Their comfy armchairs are designed to entice you to sit and relax with a good book. They also have beautiful cushions, stylish lounges, ottomans, and valances. While not all Mayvn products are made on the Northern Beaches, many of their fabrics and furnishings are designed here.
If you love the warmth of wood and want some unique pieces for your home, you simply must visit Pedulla Studio. They’re situated at 6/121A Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale. This unique business is owned and operated by Nick Pedulla, master craftsman and furniture maker.
Nick uses a range of environmentally friendly timbers to create the most amazing custom pieces that are both lovely to look at and functional. For anyone passionate about bespoke furniture on the Northern Beaches, a visit to this shop is a must.
Casa Locale at 414 Pittwater Road, North Manly is your go-to store for a huge collection of gorgeous custom furniture, home décor, soft furnishings, artwork, rugs, and lighting. They also have a range of luxurious bath and body products as well as candles handmade by Byrne & Love.
Girl and Grain
For beautiful and functional furniture pieces, check out Girl and Grain in Brookvale. Owner and furniture craftsperson, Katie, not only makes her lovely range of bespoke furniture herself but also offers classes for people who are interested in learning how to create their own furniture pieces.
‘Dressing windows with style’ is the motto that Piega uses to describe their business at 43 Golf Parade, Manly. Alison Walker is the director and her aim is to help her clients to design indoor spaces that reflect their personality and creativity.
Here you can find a range of beautiful window furnishings such as curtains, roller blinds, roman blinds, and shutters. In addition, you can also get soft furnishings such as cushions and bed heads in matching fabrics.
Palm Art Boutique
For something a little different, check out Palm Art Boutique in Old Samuel Street, Mona Vale. This resourceful business creates a range of rustic home décor items using palm fronds and inflorescences.
Each item is lovingly handmade and unique. What a great way to reuse a waste product that would otherwise end up at the tip.
Another environmentally conscious business on the Northern Beaches, The Screenery is located in Elanora Heights. They use locally produced environmentally friendly inks and screen print onto sustainable materials to make linen tea towels, napkins, and cushion covers.
As well as their base range of gorgeous hand printed homewares, they also offer a custom design service.
As you can see, there’s a lot of creative talent on the Northern Beaches. This means that you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to finding unique and beautifully crafted pieces to decorate your home with.
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