From sleek showrooms diffusing industrial design to urban sanctuaries lined with locally handcrafted furniture, Perth is home to stylish interior meccas. Whether you’re a design enthusiast or keen to dress your house with an array of innovative interior goods, we’ve rounded up the city’s top five best-looking and most well-stocked design and interior stops that you need to discover right now.
This Subiaco institution is the ideal destination to find stylish modern pieces to create beautiful interior spaces. For more than 10 years, the store has been a cornerstone for designer furniture and homewares, and houses some of the best brands from across the globe. Visit to uncover pieces by Magis, Simon James Design, Bonaldo & Resident, Normann Copenhagen and more.
246 Hay Street, Subiaco.
Blending functionality, innovation and quality design together in perfect harmony, this sharply curated showroom in the grunt of the city is a must. Offering a well-edited collection of furniture, lighting and accessories from international and Australian designers, designFARM is Perth’s shrine to thoughtful interiors. Fill your home with classic Scandinavian pieces created by Hay, Gubi and Carl Hansen & Sons or handpick from a range of Australian designers including Adam Goodrum and Agostino & Brown.
1000 Hay St, Perth.
3. Living Edge
Design is religion at this flawlessly edited furniture and lighting emporium, which showcases classic and iconic pieces from the likes of Herman Miller, Walter Knoll, E15 and Louis Poulsen with new collectables from leading designers around the globe. This is a must visit for those who want to create contemporary and sleek habitats.
274 Newcastle St, Northbridge.
If you have a deep appreciation of art, design and workmanship, make sure you discover the evolving collection of home wares at Ricarda. Set in the heart of Subiaco, the store offers interior goods from the likes of Kartell, Tom Dixon, Dibbern and Missoni Home. Striking a balance between understated cool and elegance, choose from a mix of inspiring pieces from various creators.
399 Hay Street, Subiaco.
5. Empire Homewares
Set over two floors of a restored New York loft-style warehouse, this Highgate furniture and homewares mecca has an ever-changing range. Well-crafted wooden stools and tables sit alongside contemporary ceramics, graphic textiles and must-have lights from international designers. Find a modern mix of European brands, vintage pieces, as well as rare finds from across the globe.
521 Beaufort Street, Highgate.
6. Squarepeg Home
Using natural materials to create bespoke handcrafted furniture, Squarepeg Home is a Fremantle must. They exhibit their handmade goods that are designed and crafted in their studio in the old port town, alongside stock sourced from Nordic regions. Artfully blending new and vintage pieces, the work of emerging artisans is showcased with that of established designers such as Hans Wegner, Kai Kristiansen and Niels Moller.
MANY6160, 2 Newman Court, Fremantle.