So much style just a click away; these seven New Zealand interior boutiques make it easy to find unique pieces for your home
Simply You Living’s favourite New Zealand online interior stores
Based throughout New Zealand, these online homeware stores are almost as good as travelling the country to find a unique homeware piece. Check them out and get inspired.
Cotton & Clay
Sourcing products from talented designers and artisans in New Zealand and Africa, this ethically-minded store offers unique and timeless homewares from handbags to hand-loomed towels. With its headquarters based in Wellington, it’s our local connection to artisans the world over.
Simon James Design
To complement Simon James Design’s showroom and Auckland store, this e-boutique is a neat display of honest designs from the brand and like-minded contemporaries.
From smaller quirky brands to internationally recognised labels, whitegold’s living and kitchen range is a delight to browse, including speckled enamelware from Crow Canyon Home. While the physical store is based in the Bay Of Plenty, you can get your hands on their selection all over the country online.
Ceramics, sculpture, original paintings and more can be found at this New Plymouth-based art space. Although this is housed in the historic Exchange Chambers Building in the city centre, Kina also offers proudly New Zealand-made pieces online too.
Previously named cleverbastards, this carefully curated online store features products that are intrinsically smart, from contemporary lighting to unique accessory brands and contemporary art.
The Foxes Den
Enduring household items can be found at The Foxes Den, where eco-friendly, handmade designs all have their own story to tell. Focussing on the artisanal trend, all items stocked are true originals with a story to tell.
This well-chosen selection of homewares lets you browse New Zealand’s best online stores from one homepage. It’s updated daily and includes a gift registry for those who want to cover all options for gift-giving.
Words by: Jessica-Belle Greer.