By Rosie Stevens
September 9, 2020 | 4 minute read
Nestled in the rolling green hills of the Southern Highlands, Berry is a stylish town filled with amazing food, and great shopping. Charming, quaint and bursting with rustic character, Berry has become a veritable mecca for shoppers. Here’s where to check out.
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Things don’t get much more Instagrammable than at Moss Nest. This premier boutique offers a truly unique shopping experience, so make sure you set aside at least half an hour to browse at your leisure. A complete haven for all-things fashion and homewares, if you manage to walk away from Moss Nest empty handed—you have way more will power than us!
The curated collection available at Moss Nest showcases a gorgeous range of clothing that encompasses a relaxed, casual and coastal vibe—a range that heroes natural fibres and sustainable brands.
When it comes to homewares; think eclectic and luxurious, with a stunning mostly-neutral colour palette that looks like something straight from a magazine. The boutique’s focus on Australian-designed and Australian-made pieces throughout the store make it a must-visit on any weekender.
One of a handful of effortlessly beautiful boutiques peppered throughout NSW, Few and Far focuses on offering a ‘slow shopping experience’, where shoppers can “wander through, inhale, enjoy…come to escape and to connect, to spend time and to make time.”
The brand’s designers place emphasis on sourcing and importing their own pieces—a focus that brings a huge and diverse range of beautiful treasures to life within the store. From rugs and furniture to textiles, fashion, jewellery and stationary, you can rest assured that everything at Few and Far has been lovingly considered. If you’re on the lookout for some lifelong homewares that will stand the test of time, a trip to Few and Far is absolutely unmissable.
A veritable haven for lovers of gorgeous textiles, Juniper Hearth showcases an incredible range of handcrafted, textile-inspired fashion, homewares and accessories. Offering an elegant and expertly-curated mix of imported and Australian goods sourced from around the world, the store brings to life an effortless fusion of travel and textiles. You can expect to find Indian-inspired apparel, Nepalese-knitted Mongolian wool ponchos and handmade scarves and jewellery, alongside beautiful vintage cushions, quilts, throws and blankets. Swoon!
More than just a furniture store, Haven & Space aims to bring beautiful homewares to Berry at an affordable price. Shoppers will find unique dining and upholstered furniture, cushions, lamps, wall art, floor rugs, cookware and decorating accessories that give you the look you’re after at a fraction of the cost. Sign us up!
Offering a diverse mix of jewellery, clothing, homewares, textiles and furniture from around the world, Bamboozle’s focus is on selling beautiful and unusual products to inject some pizzaz into your wardrobe and home and to provide unique gifts for a range of occasions. Eclectic to a tee, the store is perfect for an afternoon wander; the perfect opportunity to unearth and discover an abundance of treasures to take home with you.
A beautiful store selling all-things sleep, lifestyle and home, Bliss & Co. is a pyjama and gift emporium, brimming with fragrant and indulgent body care products, luxurious sleepwear to ensure a wonderful night’s rest and an adorable children’s corner filled with lovely gift ideas.
The hero of the store, the premium pyjama collections showcase labels like Papinelle, Gingerlily, Lazybones, Deshabille and more. Exquisite fabrics ensure an enviable air of luxury throughout the store—so make sure you check it out if you’re in the market for a sleepwear upgrade or some cute gift choices!
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