Native Swinson’s handcrafted and hand-drawn wallpaper and fabric is inspired by the beauty of the Australian bush, drawing the beauty of nature into manmade environments. Shying away from mass production, Native Swinson treads gently on the earth, making goods to last a lifetime, not a season.
Wingnut & Co. create tableware, vases and planters from their workshop in North Melbourne. Their ceramic and timber pieces are often influenced by a Japanese style, with designs that are considered, practical and simple. The classic Wingnut & Co. planter comes in three sizes, all with drainage hole and plate.
Terremoto is a Californian landscape architecture office who create site-specific landscapes responding to client needs whilst challenging historical & contemporary construction methods, materials, & conventions. Their landscapes are aesthetically, ecologically & metaphysically provocative.
The Fortynine Studio design and make a range of objects including ceramic tableware, pots, lighting, and furniture. They use local and waste materials, simple and hand processes to create work that is an alternative to mass-produced commercial products. Their pieces are highly considered and reflect their deep connection to land.
Urban Growers live and breathe urban farming. They design, create, and maintain edible gardens, as well as educate folk about them. They activate commercial, community and residential spaces to yield food that nourishes and enriches lives and enhances surrounding landscapes.
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Eco Outdoor’s range of luxury outdoor furniture and fabrics are crafted with naturally tough and resilient materials, designed specifically for use and enjoyment out of doors. If you’re looking for outdoor furniture or fabrics and trying to find the perfect piece that complements your space, talk to Eco Outdoor – the outdoor living specialists.
Tait’s design philosophy is shaped by their strong heritage of making and manufacturing, inspiring the creation of beautiful and original outdoor furniture. Their collections fuse simple functionality, considered design and exceptional craftsmanship to enrich and complete A Life Outside.
Bell Art Australia designs and produces gifts and souvenirs celebrating the wonders of Australian flora based on the original oil paintings of the late Meryl Bell. Their collection includes exquisitely packaged aromatic gifts, stationery and homewares. All Australian Made, lightweight and perfect for packing or posting overseas.
TRADE the MARK is the brainchild of multi-disciplinary creative Christina Mclean. Christina is committed to the slow tradition of hand craftsmanship, working with ceramics, textiles and leather. Each TRADE the MARK piece is hand made and intricately painted with sgraffito decoration in Christina’s Sydney studio.
The team at Secret Gardens are passionate about life outdoors. Offering residential landscape architectural, construction and horticultural services, Secret Gardens believe in the balance between built & soft elements within a garden. After all, a house is just a house until absorbed into a garden, only then can it be called a home.
Little Leaf Co is a one stop botanical destination brimming with pots big and small and the lush greenery to fill them. They are stockists of desirable brands including Pop and Scott, Design Twins, Angus and Celeste, Bloomingville, Lightly, Jones and Co, Milk and Sugar, On The Side and more.
Garden Life is destination heaven for your great outdoors, stocking a wide range of pots, plants and unique hand sourced objects from around the globe – from contemporary planters, ancient terracotta vessels, to small indoor pots, as well as the best specimen plants for indoors and out. Coffee coming soon!
Loose Leaf by Wona Bae and Charlie Lawler is a botanical design studio, indoor plant nursery and workshop space in Melbourne. Inside you’ll find a paradise of plants and accessories to bring nature into your life. Loose Leaf’s floral design and plant installations are sought after for weddings and events.
Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores, owned by Duncan and Megan Trousdale, brings together quality garden tools and enamel and cast iron cookware to plant, nurture, cook, preserve and eat the fruit and vegetable harvest. From their 125-year-old timber and iron general merchants at Nundle, NSW, Duncan and Megan send goods nationally.
Working under the label Leaf and Thread, Laura Veleff’s pottery practice is dedicated to creating planters that are as functional as they are beautiful. Each planter is designed in response to the unique qualities of the plant that will inhabit it and is hand thrown, glazed and fired in Laura’s East Brunswick studio.
Grafa creates distinctive handmade tools for the considered gardener, connecting hand & earth. Their tools are individually crafted using recycled & new copper, bronze, & timber. They’ll handle years in the garden & the use of copper & bronze means as well as looking great they’re also beneficial for the soil.
Learn, dream, eat and be inspired with Mickey Robertson at Glenmore House – a collection of restored, early-vernacular farm buildings with rambling gardens – in the hills of the Razorback Range, south-west of Sydney. Produce from the kitchen garden is at the heart of each delightful workshop and charming small scale event.
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Jane Stark is an interior designer, horticulturalist and landscape designer, rendering Stark Design unique in the Australian market. Stark Design treats interiors and gardens with equal affection, resulting in harmonious indoor and outdoor living spaces with a modern aesthetic.
Rub shoulders with Brisbane’s best gardeners at Brookfield Garden Centre. Experienced, creative horticulturists are available to help with an inspirational array of plants, pots and all things gardening. And at the in-house bistro, Wild Canary, you can graze on a long lunch with produce from Brookfield’s own kitchen garden.
Emma Sadie Thomson has a passion for nature and a background in landscape architecture. From her Adelaide studio she offers landscape design, interior plant styling, and plant consultation services, as well as a range of locally made plant based homewares.
Fitzroy Nursery is a unique, inner-city nursery in Melbourne. They’ve been selling beautiful plants for gardens, indoors, balconies and rooftops since 1983 and stock a range of contemporary sculptures, water features, handmade pots and locally made outdoor furniture. They also offer landscape design and horticultural advice.
Where useful is beautiful. An online shop for discerning gardeners & those who value traditional skills & natural materials in their homes. They encourage growing, giving, cooking & sharing with their customers through the supply of thoughtfully created tools and utensils to rejoice in the practice of living well.
Jardine Hansen creates unstructured & wild arrangements for weddings, events & shoots, reminiscent of old rambling gardens. She uses locally sourced, noteworthy botanical specimens such as seed heads, fruiting branches & carnivorous plants as a counterpoint to classically beautiful flowers.
Cecilia Fox is a bespoke floral studio based in Melbourne. Guided by the fleeting beauty of the seasons, Cecilia Fox’s floral work comes from an intense respect for nature and its wild abundance. Appreciation of form, texture and tone are matched with a vigorous desire to share an experience of the botanical world.
Phillip Withers Landscape Design is a Melbourne based design firm focused on creating outdoor environments that respect and celebrate nature. With a broad portfolio of design projects across Australia, they’re passionate about creating beautiful, functional, and productive outdoor spaces.