Home is where the heart is, and whether your humble abode is on the Sunshine Coast or you’re just dropping in, the Coast has some of Australia’s best spots to stock up on homewares, furniture, and textiles.
Here are our picks of the best homewares stores on the Sunshine Coast.
Retro fans will go orange for this mid-century boutique in Peregian Beach. Laid out to perfection, midmodoz gives modernist furniture and homewares a sexy space to shine. Plus, they have another showroom about 20 steps away, and we just can’t get enough. It’s not cheap, but this ain’t no op-shop.
Where: 2 Kingfisher Drive, Peregian Beach
Stitch Piece Loop
If you’re the kind of person who won’t add anything to a space without some serious thought, or who puts in hours of contemplation for that perfect birthday gift, Stitch Piece Loop is your store. Bursting with little knick-knacks, quality threads, and a sweet selection of nursery finds for all those upcoming baby showers, this is the treasure box for anything creative with a one-of-a-kind feel.
Where: Shop 6/4-6 Sunshine Beach Road, Noosa Heads
What do you get when an interior stylist slash colour consultant creates a bricks and mortar store? Magic! Or in other words, Watermelon Red! Specialising in homewares and lifestyle products, if you’re on a mission to decorate your living space then their selection of cushions, throws, and rugs are worth a browse.
Where: Shop 5/224 David Low Way, Peregian Beach
Walker and Beck
Wander Duke Street in Sunshine Beach and Walker & Beck will jump from its unassuming location and shoot you in the heart with its home-y feels. Soft linen, copper kitchenware, wooden utensils that ooze a homemade vibe, this nook will easily convince you to update your entire house. Be vary wary!
Where: 28 Duke Street, Sunshine Beach
Where do we even begin? Basically, if you want to shop the best homewares on the Sunshine Coast get yo’ ass to Peregian Beach. The Romantic is another fave with a super-tight curation of stunning homewares, accessories, and clothing (hello Bassike!). What are we currently coveting? Any plate or dish by local ceramicists Married To The Sea, a notebook by epic illustrators Rifle Paper Co. and a copy of Fete magazine to curl up with. Perfection!
Where: 4/12 Grebe Street, Peregian Beach
If the scent wafting from CocoLuxe candles doesn’t pull you in to Doco Lifestyle, then lifestyle favourites like Beach People and an eclectic mix of interior goods including the most beautiful hammock seat there ever was, will.
Where: Shop 8, 17-19 King Street, Cotton Tree
Raw Sunshine Coast
Like your furniture with a bit of history? Sunshine Coast homewares store, Raw’s Maroochydore-made products are created mainly out of materials from old Queenslanders. We love to wave the “buy local” flag, and with these guys there’s no compromise on quality or design. Need something to sit atop that new cabinet? Alongside the in-house line, Raw also stocks a hand-picked selection of beautiful homewares. So you can do all your home shopping in the one place! Check out their new digs at the Plaza.
Where: Inside Sunshine Plaza, 154-164 Horton Parade, Maroochydore
We’re totally digging that homewares from the 50s, 60s, and 70s are so hot right now. It gives us even more of an excuse to get our Parker fix, which could never be a bad thing. Circa 70 is one of our fave spots to dream about buying everything in-store and turning our homes into a mid-century masterpiece.
Where: Shop 2/106 Brisbane Road, Mooloolaba
A little bit French and a whole lot rustic, Bella Rustique is Noosa folks’ go-to for fine homewares. From wall-hangings, table lamps, and linen to everything you could possibly need to host a stunning dinner party, visit this space and you’ll leave with some of the best homewares on the Sunshine Coast.
Where: 2-3/89 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads
Cedar & Vine
Yandina has picked itself up a very charming new addition that goes by the name of Cedar & Vine. This little ramshackle shed is worth a few Insta posts alone, and that’s without even getting into the nitty gritty of the vintage and artisan homewares that call it home.
Where: Shop 4/8 Farrell Street, Yandina
The Cooking Company
Kitchens need stuff. And if that stuff is purposeful AND beautiful, well, is there really anything better than that? Tucked off Noosa Junction’s main drag, The Cooking Company has all of your kitchen needs sorted, even offering a café if you want to “look” the part but not actually “cook” the part, if you know what we mean. Wink.
Where: 20 Lanyana Way, Noosa Heads
Villa Verde Living
Interior-lovers will pretty much die for anything and everything housed in the cute-as-a-button Villa Verde Living. This is the spot to stock up on the best homewares on the Sunshine Coast, if you’re hanging around Caloundra. We’ll take the cane chair and that Status Anxiety bag while we’re at it, too.
Where: Shop 1/10 Ormuz Avenue, Caloundra
Signature On Hastings
Hunting for homewares on Hastings Street? Three words: Signature On Hastings. This showroom is piled high with homewares that’ll turn your home into a relaxing beachside abode with just a few purchases.
Where: 18 Hastings Street, Noosa Heads
Chances are if you call yourself a shopaholic, you’ve definitely wandered around Eclectic Style. This place is mammoth and could very easily snag a large portion of that sneaky credit card you’ve tucked away at the back of your wallet. Stocking large items like dining room tables, daybeds, and wall units, these guys also have one of the best cushion ranges we’ve ever laid eyes on.
Where: Shop 10, Noosa Homemaker Centre, Thomas street, Noosaville
Things Of Metal & Wood
You’re not going to accidently stumble on Things Of Metal & Wood’s showroom unless you’re hooning around Wises Road, so we’re making it our place to give you the heads up! Housing handcrafted furniture and a bunch of knick knacks, if you don’t see anything you like you can place a custom order. #donttemptme
Where: 1/45 Wises Road, Maroochydore
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