Find Local Design & Artisan Wares in Perth

Five shops to find amazing local designed items in Perth.

Chic & Homely – Arrival Hall (Northbridge)

Based out of their Northbridge Showroom, Arrival Hall will leave you with major home envy. Every new room reveals a new story of design, featuring stunning pieces curated from all over the world. Everything from Scandinavian furniture to lighting from Paris, and an array of Australian coffee table books and homewares. Take your time to wonder, then stay for a coffee or treat from the onsite cafe and dining hall.

Local Homewares & Fashion – Angove Street Collective (North Perth)

A homewares and fashion emporium with local and imported furniture, tabletop accessories and apparel reflecting the laidback coastal lifestyle of Perth. The chic warehouse-chic shop is located on the indi café and shopping strip, Angove Street North Perth, with hidden garden and coffee store, ‘Stomp’ beside it.

Local Giftware – Compendium Design Store (Fremantle)

A small ‘hole in the wall’ shop on Fremantle’s High Street with a curated range of books, notebooks, cards and small giftware and lifestyle accessories. You will also find Western Australian and Australian produced coffee table magazines, designer greeting cards and ceramics.

South-West Artisans – Margaret River Collaborative (Margaret River)

Set in a timber and exposed beam studio; architecture synonymous with Australia’s South-West. This shop has a range of resident artisans that work from the space and also showcases locally made wares from the creative community of Margaret River and surrounds. You can find bags, clothes, furniture, macramé, preserves and even a pop-up cellar door and coffee shop to make you feel at home at any time of the day.

Lifestyle Accessories, Plants & Art – King Street Collective (Perth CBD)

The lush plant displays lure you to take a second look from the street before the neon light on the back wall draws you in. This co-op style design store on Perth’s illustrious King Street is loaded with everything small and locally designed, from leather goods to art, gifts, prints and beyond. There are a few contemporary souvenirs for those Perth paraphernalia collectors looking for something unexpected.

The Artisans of Perth and Western Australia – Fremantle Art Centre (Fremantle)

Representing a large range of artists, Fremantle Art Centre’s shop has an ever-changing collection of art, prints, ceramics, artefacts and more by local makers. Plus, there’s usually an art exhibition available to see, and the heritage grounds themselves are spectacular. If not visiting for the shop, look out also for their famous Christmas Bazaar each December, and their sell-out program of Summer music gigs.