United Interiors pop up and warehouse sale

Living room

United Interiors is one of our favourite online destinations for art, homewares, rugs and furniture and this weekend they are launching their new showroom with a pop up event and one-day warehouse sale!

The new showroom will be an ongoing open to the public store where you can experience the online marketplace in person, browsing their latest interior design artwork, decor, rugs and more.

To celebrate the drool-worthy new showroom, they are hosting a one-day event where you’ll find mega sales like cushions from $10, rugs from $79 and hand painted art from $59!

On hand there’ll also be The Block’s Alisa and Lysandra, The Living Room’s James Treble and Healthy Homes TV Australia’s Dani Wales to offer their interior styling advice.

Shop with a Perk Me Up coffee in one hand from the cart stationed outside the showroom and sweet treats from Nectar & Stone in the other. The first 100 customers to walk through the door will also get a free Nectar & Stone mini box of chocolates yum, Yum, YUM!

It’s guaranteed to be a fun day of retail therapy and it’s times like this we seriously wished we live in Melbourne!

If you’re planning on going along, why not click ‘Attend‘ on their Facebook page so you can get latest updates about the event.


When: 9am – 4pm, Saturday 23 July

Where: 253 Wickham Road, Moorabbin VIC

What: Opening event with sales across the warehouse, treats and photo opportunities with the styling celebs

Dani Wales

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Bed styling

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  1. What a gorgeous new shop. I’ll be adding it to my list of ones to check out when I’m next in Melbourne 🙂

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