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BONNIE AND NEIL "FOREST"COLLECTION

BONNIE AND NEIL

New Season FOREST has arrived at Feather and Willow.

Design duo Neil Downey and Bonnie Ashley launched in 2010 as a small studio in Melbourne  with a few stockists and  now have there beautiful handmade homewares in some of the worlds leading stores including Anthropologie, Le Bon Marche and Liberty.

Backgrounds in floristry, art, textiles, furniture and set design makes there designs unique and unlike anything else.We are proud to be a stockist for this stunning product.

 

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New to Feather & Willow ...Sage & Clare

Sage & Clare, our latest supplier of beautiful Bohemian Bedlinen created by Chris & Phoebe. Passionate about colour, texture &  handmade treasures we are soooooo excited to have this Amazing supplier in our store. 

Husband & Wife Chris & Phoebe travel the globe seeking soulful products, made by clever artisans, mindful of sustainable & ethical practices. Working with weavers, block printers & screen printers, these are the products we really do adore. 

The Marais  Autumn/Winter Collection, already sold out of some designs. 

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Hats for the road

Hats for the road

 Our latest supplier Will & Bear is a small lifestyle brand with a love for the outdoors and life on the road. Their hats are designed in Melbourne, and handmade from 100% Australian wool. Their unisex styles are inspired by the environments we play in and finished with the finest details.

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Wabi Sabi

Wabi Sabi

Karen McCartney is a truly inspirational figure in the interior world. In her latest book Perfect Imperfect McCartney looks closely at the art of Wabi Sabi. If you don't know what Wabi Sabi is, its' the Japanese art of imperfection. It is everything that sleek is not. Natural materials and textures, imperfections are all Wabi Sabi.

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