Homewares & furniture

Advanced Woven Vessels with Sin Boucherd

Develop your weaving skills through advanced techniques such as string making, twining and horizontal wrapping. These fibre art tricks will enable you to create an open weave structure resulting in your own hanging basket or sculptural form to take home. You will also leave with an understanding of the potential for harvesting your own fibres locally; how they might be prepared and applied in your own projects!    Using all ethically sourced natural fibres you will have full licence to explore a range of colours and textures to create a totally unique work. This workshop is for those who have already completed a…

Circular Weaving with Phoebe Phillips from Sunday Weave

Learn how to create a beautiful circular weave to take home. Playing with texture and composition participants will learn the secrets to warping up a non-traditional circular shaped loom. Incorporating a range of mixed media such as roving yarn, Australian wool and recycled fibres participants will get the chance to approach weaving in a new creative way. This class is suitable for those with no experience weaving, and to those with an intermediate level understanding who want to expand their knowledge. This class is suited to young adults 12 years and above and adults. This class is ideal for if you have attended a Sunday…

Make Your Own Ceramic Planter with Sarana Haeata

Learn to build and glaze your very own ceramic planter with artist Sarana Haeata across two-weekend sessions.   In the first session, students will learn slip casting techniques to create the shape of their own hanging pot or bench top planter (or both!) By the end of this session each student will have a pot ready for firing. In the second session, Sarana will guide the group through glazing techniques that will best achieve each participant’s individual design. After the workshops are finished the pots will be fired a second time and available for collection the following week from Stackwood during store hours.…

Block Print Your Own Cushions with Ruby TalbotDunn

Are you interested in learning about textiles and how to print onto fabric? In this workshop, local textile designer Ruby will teach you how to carve printing blocks and use them to transfer your designs onto material. Exploring colour, pattern, layering and composition this workshop will be a fun introduction into the endless possibilities of textile block printing. You will leave with a set of two printed linen cushions which retail for $50, as well as the knowledge and confidence to work on more projects at home! * All tools, materials and morning tea will be provided * Bring: An…

Made Local Summer Market

After the success of the Made Local Winter Market we are bringing the event back to Stackwood this November. The summer edition of the market will focus on local makers, and will host more than 30 stalls selling locally made gifts and wares such as ceramic planters, artist prints, textiles and jewellery.  The market will host food trucks Comida do Sul and Eat No Evil, and stall Flitch and Leaven serving up Brazilian street food and classic food truck fare. Stacked Cafe will be serving coffee and Mary Street Bakery doughnuts to satisfy your sweet tooth, plus mexican icey poles by local outfit La Paleta. Earth Friendly Arts will join us again to…

Make Your Own Woven Wall Hanging with Sunday Weaves

Create a beautiful woven wall hanging for your home on a simple handloom. Learn about the weaving process and various simple techniques. Define your colour palette, incorporating natural and recycled fibres into your design. This class is suitable for those with no experience weaving, to those with an intermediate level understanding who want to expand their knowledge. Each participant will take home their own wooden handloom. Bring:All tools, materials and morning tea will be provided. Date and Time:Saturday 14th October, 10:00am - 2:00pm The Experience:An enriching day of learning, making and conversation at Fremantle’s newest creative venue, Stackwood. About Phoebe:Phoebe Phillips was introduced to weaving…

Amaize Homewares

Amaize Homewares specialises in practical,alternative and novice ideas for you home. We have fun gifts and knick knacks that will put a smile on your face. Our range extends from kitchenware,clocks, jewellery,candles and candle hodlers, childrens products, beauty ranges, books and many more choices. We trade seven days a week and have double access on Fremantle Market days.

Anna Chandler Designs

Anna Chandler Design is an Australian homewares company which produces timeless colourful ceramics, textiles and more. Our flagship store and factory are located in O’Connor, WA and we also wholesale to the most beautiful homeware stores in the world. Our missions tatement at Anna Chandler Design is that trends come and go. We like to create things of timeless beauty which bring joy and colour to your home. Decorative Artist, Anna Chandler was born in Tasmania and moved to Perth, Australia to study Design. She has lived in many exotic locations around the world and continues to travel widely to…

Ba Tay Sue

Ba Tay Sue stocks a beautiful range of high quality handicrafts from Vietnam including lacquered pictures, boxes, bowls, wine holders, pots, light holders and more. We also have a range of chopsticks, silk and woven bags and silk hammocks.  Call in to find that unusual gift or just treat yourself to one of our beautiful lacquer-ware products.  You can find Ba Tay Sue at the E-Shed Markets on Victoria Quay.  

Banjarra Tribal

The shop was established in 2011. Since then it has contributed to the vibrancy and energy of South Fremantle. Banjarra Tribals stocks many items sourced from around the world. While the shop features many home-wares, jewelry and other textiles, it’s main focus is traditional Afghani rugs and kilims as well as modern hade made designs.

Bitches Brew

Bitches Brew Picture Framers has been part of Fremantle's West End for over thirty years. In that time, the owners, Nigel and Ruth have been an integral part of the arts community. We are happy to offer advice on all aspects of framing, and have a large choice of quality mouldings. All the framing is done by us in our premises at 62 High Street. We frame all genres of artwork, and specialise in conservation framing of original artworks, prints, certificates, medals and sporting memorabilia. We know that it's important to display your artwork to its best advantage and it's…

Blu Peter

Blu Peter is a lifestyle concept store owned by South African-born interior design consultant Adri-Ann Brown. Adri-Ann has pulled together diverse pieces that she loves and lives with, to present Perth with a design destination of contemporary, textural furniture and homewares from places such as Africa and the Philippines.

Broken Doll

Selling vintage and retro clothing, accessories and jewellery with period costume for hire. We stock a range of fashion from the 40's, 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's party dress up. We offer an alteration service on shop garments and general adjustments on brought in items. Personal dressmaking service is available on request. Our range includes jewellery, bags, shoes, accessories, unique gifts and home wares.

Cash Converters

Second hand means tried and trusted. With over 150 stores around the country, you'll be surprised by the amount of quality goods you can find - all at affordable prices. Most items come with a warranty too, so you can shop with confidence. Get paid to recycle. At Cashies, we'll pay you to recycle your quality goods. Bring in the things you no longer need, and we'll give you instant cash in return. We approve more people every day. At Cashies, we offer loans from $50 up to $2000. Our loans are flexible so you'll always get the loan that's…

Common Ground Collective

Common Ground Collective stocks WA local labels in their 'mini market' shop on High Street. Over 70 designers rent space to showcase their products including fashion, homewares, jewellery and accessories for both men and women. It is here where the labels can call home.  

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Homewares and furniture

Make a day of it while you explore some of the wonderful and very eclectic Fremantle shops that showcase amazing homewares and furniture from near and far. From Western Australian designed and made furniture featuring Australian timber to vintage and retro options, unique recycled items to huge warehouses showcasing furniture sourced from all over the world you’ll find that perfect something shopping in Fremantle.