Homewares trail through Fortitude Valley and New Farm - Visit Brisbane


Homewares trail through Fortitude Valley and New Farm

Just north of Brisbane’s CBD is a haven for Queensland’s hottest furniture and homewares. At the intersection of three neighbouring suburbs, follow our walking trail and discover every style, size and price range. Happy hunting!

Explore our interactive trail map below.

Fortitude Valley

Homemaker Centre – Wickham St

Separated into North and South buildings on opposite sides of Wickham St, The Valley’s Homemaker Centre has over 30 of Australia’s go-to furniture shops, including Freedom, Dare Gallery, Domayne and Bay Leather Republic. If you feel a little out of your depth, this one-stop-shop has a resident stylist to help give your space the "wow" factor.  

Coco Republic – 400 Wickham St

Synonymous with quality and style, Coco Republic is one of Australia’s most respected high-end furniture stores. Whether you’re looking to deck out a seaside retreat, airy family nest or moody man cave, Coco Republic will deliver sophistication and restrained elegance like no other.

Matt Blatt – 324 Wickham St

Obsessed with big names, but can’t bear the price tag? Matt Blatt’s replica furniture pays homage to mid-century favourites like Eames, Saarinen and Wegner. The showroom also has a colourful and unconventional collection of modern designers. Think calfskin rugs or Stegosaurus bookends. 

Jack Mitchell – Shop 2 The Emporium, 1000 Ann St

Jack Mitchell has an eye for interiors. Taking inspiration from antique treasures and far-flung travel, you’ll find globes with a vintage spin, nautical-themed decorative bowls, antlers, deer heads and Chinese print ceramics.

James St

Pottery Barn and West Elm – 19 Wandoo St

West Elm & Pottery Barn

Made famous by hit sitcom Friends, upscale American-import Pottery Barn errs on the side of classic, offering chesterfield couches, drinks carts, servingware and everything in between. Younger sibling, West Elm shares the huge James St space, offering modern trend-focused wares. 

Wheel&Barrow – 22 James St

Purely home and kitchenware, Australian-owned Wheel&Barrow is a must-visit for the entertainer. Following the idea that people eat with their eyes first, Wheel&Barrow will make your dinner party pop with everything from decadent marble cheeseboards to tropical ceramic tiki mugs. 

Jardan – 23 James St

Melbourne-based Jardan creates stylish sustainable Australian homewares and furniture using only the best quality materials. If you’re looking for modern, clean design and craftsmanship to last a lifetime, look no further. 

St Barts – 31 James St

St Barts

You’ll find Gold-Coast-born St Barts boutique tucked away in chic James St. Offering upmarket bohemian wares, St Barts pieces inspire a sense of adventure and wanderlust having been collected from global adventures to Morocco, Mongolia and more.  

Living Edge – 171 Robertson St

Living Edge features an incredible selection of timeless designs from the world’s most established and forward-looking luxury furniture brands. Here, you’ll find everything from the Eames classic lounge to beautiful hand-blown Noritake glassware. 

The Modern – 71 James St

Three words: Scandinavian design heaven. With over 120 years of manufacturing experience, The Modern brings stylish, richly-made Northern European furnishings to Brisbane. The Modern has also partnered with the Marimekko and stocks the iconic company’s latest designs. This is a must-stop. 

Arc + Family – 85 James St

Supplying hand-crafted pots to Bulimba households since 2014, the creators behind Arc + Family have decided to broaden their horizons and take over the corner store on James Street. The store will hold the vast collection of hand-crafted pots as well as plant stands, candles and homewares – you’ll be a loyal pot head in no time.

Space Furniture – 35 Chester St

Launching its first store in Sydney in 1993, Space is one of Australia’s largest and most progressive stockists of contemporary furniture. Soaring over James St, visit Space’s beautiful light-filled showroom to hunt for incredible high-end designer pieces. 

Lumin8 – 154 Arthur St

Specialising in innovative architectural lighting, Lumin8 covers your every lighting need. The award-winning brand feature products available from exclusive European and New Zealand distributors. 

New Farm and Newstead

French and English – 27 Doggett St

If you’re aiming to create elegant but welcoming French provincial interiors, look no further. Inspired by classic European designs, the store stocks sofas, side-tables, lamps, linen and some of the most gorgeous artificial floral arrangements. You won’t be disappointed. 

European Design – 27 Doggett St

Falling between top-end luxury furniture and flat-pack, European cuts out the middle-man by designing, manufacturing and distributing its furniture and homewares. This spot is a must-visit if you’re looking to achieve a high-end, European-inspired look. 

ECC Lighting + Furniture – 29 Doggett St

Established in Auckland in 1909, ECC Lighting + Furniture is known for its modern cutting-edge designs. The showroom has been carefully edited, mostly leaning towards refined, monochromatic pieces. Look for the exotic eye-catching chandeliers and you know you’re in the right place. 

Replica Furniture – 31 Doggett St

Inspired by the leading designers of the 20th century, Replica Furniture stocks reproductions of some of the best-loved furniture and lighting pieces. Here, you’ll find the slick curves of the Panton Chair, the industrial Componibili storage units, Jac Jacobsen’s huge Pixar-style lamp and more. 


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