From Scandinavian design furniture to stop-you-in-your-tracks homewares, Curious Grace has established itself as a destination store in Melbourne and online… and now in response to customer demand they’ve opened a physical showroom in Sydney too!
Set in picturesque Mosman in an old army barracks, the store is brimming with soft textiles, homewares, rugs, art, lighting and furniture — all styled to perfection.
Update: Since publishing this article, Curious Grace has closed.
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We love the carefully curated collection of pieces at Curious Grace — you’re sure to find a hero piece for any room in the home.
From furniture to art, soft furnishings and all the decor you could want to bring a space to life, the new Curious Grace store is the furniture and homeware shopping destination. Their La Lampe Gras range of lamps and Icelandic butterfly chairs are just some of the pieces we’ve previously shared with you. And you would have seen plenty Curious Grace products in Gina’s home over the years, including that bar cart side table, oversized round mirror and string wall shelves.
Photo credit: styling by Anna Curnuck, photography by Ben Guthrie
Unfortunately, Curious Grace could not survive the endless months of lockdown in Sydney and Melbourne as a result of COVID and has now closed. You can support the founders with their latest venture, SIBU Gallery, an art gallery focused on contemporary Australian artworks.