Shop the Shore in July
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Tag: Arts & Crafts, Fashion, Food, For the Home, Pets

Shop the Shore in July
Winter Blues

SWEET CHARITY HOME STORE

Gloriously distinctive, bespoke hand blown Glass Object from Jan Kocian. Violaceous and powder blue tones compliment each other within the striking form of this preloved vessel. $120.00
Sweet Charity Home Store, Glenfield Community Centre, 96 Bentley Avenue, Glenfield.  (Next to Glenfield Library).
#Preloved #Relove

022 422 6885
www.sweetcharity.co.nz


PETAL CUPCAKES

Black Doris Plum – Deep purple in colour & divine in flavour.

106 Hurstmere Road, Takapuna
09 524 0934
www.petal.kiwi


FLORIENNE

Feeling the winter blues? Treat yourself or someone special to flowers from Florienne.

60A Hurstmere Rd, Takapuna  
09 486 6438
www.florienne.co.nz


TANGO SHOES

Indulge before it's too late!!!
In some of Tango's finest footwear including top European Brands. SALE ON NOW - Sizes are limited

164 Kitchener Rd, Milford
09 488 0495
www.tangosshoes.co.nz


NEXT DOOR GALLERY

“Trio of Swallows at Dusk” is a beautiful original painting by Kim Randall.
The Swallows are catching the fading light as they dart about so effortlessly.
This is a new series that was part of our mid-winter ‘Shine’ Exhibition.

132 Hinemoa St, Birkenhead Pt
09 480 9289   
www.nextdoorgallery.co.nz


ARAZZO

Arazzo in Milford stocks a collection of beautiful and
inspirational homewares, decor, and accessories for you or as a gift to someone you love. Arazzo can also put together stunning gift baskets from a selection of their gorgeous pieces in-store.

154 Kitchener Road, Milford
09 489 5553


WALLACE COTTON

Treat yourself this winter with a luxurious 100% linen duvet set from $299.90

34 Hurstmere Road, Takapuna
09 551 7767  
www.wallacecotton.com


PAINTED BIRD

Painted Bird is the home of beautiful vintage fashion on the North Shore. Unique, bespoke garments in a broad range of sizes curated from Europe and Private Collections. Jewellery, scarves, socks and other accessories available in-store. Stop in to see Painted Bird’s in-store stylist and express your own personal style.

164a Kitchener Road, Milford
09 486 2473


THE FAIRY LIGHT SHOP

Gorgeous colour-changing globe lights. Perfect to float in the pool. Solar option also available.

The Fairy Light Shop,
32D Barrys Point Road, Takapuna
09 486 1586
www.thefairylightshop.com


GUS & FANNIE DESIGN

Betty Bascis Axel reversible longline Puffer $114.90

437 Beach Rd,  Mairangi Bay
09 476 6326
www.gusandfannie.com

 

 

 

 


CRAVEHOME

Embrace the moody blues this winter with our selection of home favourites, including vases, placemats, cushions and throws.  See more online at www.cravehome.co.nz or visit our beautiful flagship store in Birkenhead at:

30 Mokoia Road, Birkenhead
09 419 9535
cravehome.co.nz


HOMAGE

UK Designer Lee Broom’s Crystal Bulb Pendant combines industrial influences with decorative qualities, transforming the everyday light bulb into a beautiful ornamental light fitting. Each lead Crystal Bulb is handcrafted using traditional techniques and hand cut with a classic crystal pattern inspired by those found on traditional whiskey glasses and decanters. Each pendant fitting comes with matching gold fabric cable and a brass ceiling rose.

75 Barrys Point Road, Takapuna  
09 488 9012   
www.homage.co.nz


PET & VET

Hunter Melamine Bowl
This sought-after range is made from melamine, and is durable, scratch resistant, and available in a vast selection of designs and colours. The removable stainless steel bowls make for easy cleaning and the rubber feet ensure that the bowl is non-slip. Pop into Pet & Vet to see our beautiful range of Hunter European pet accessories.

31 Shakespeare Road, Milford,
09 489 6263
www.petandvet.net.nz


PICK ME

Turn the winter blues green!

447 Lake Road, Takapuna
09 486 3672
www.pick-me.co.nz


THE VAULT

Add some happy to your winter blues with Limited Edition Flox prints.

9 Hurstmere Rd, Takapuna
09 489 8008   
www.thevaultnz.com

By Channel Magazine

Channel Magazine: Issue 78 July 2017

Features articles by Channel Magazine