This morning I finally made it to one of Auckland’s newest and easily most beautiful homewares stores, Indie Home Collective - friends of mine have been telling me that I have to go, and go with lots of time to admire everything, and my gosh they were right. The second that you walk into lifestyle and interior stylist Claudia Kozub and partner Neel Giri’s stunning Newmarket shop you’re instantly taken back by the stunning gallery-like-setting with beautiful white washed concrete floors which are the perfect backdrop to Claudia’s carefully curated collection of vintage furniture, international brands such as Pony Rider, Fog Linen and The Sent Of Home & Ay Illuminate sit alongside beautiful customised pieces designed by Claudia herself. The whole space is an absolute feast for the eyes and everywhere you turn you’ll find something new and more beautiful than the piece you were just admiring - I’m not exaggerating at all when I say that I could have easily bought everything there, it’s just that beautiful! Also nestled inside the store is The Indie Flower Shop, a beautiful area full of fresh flowers for yourself or of course for a wedding or special event.
As Claudia’s says’, “We’ve created a visually stunning space that is filled with furniture, homewares, jewellery, candles, lighting, fresh market flowers and more. It’s a place where you can come and set your whole living space, pop in to buy a gift, pick up your weekly bunch of flowers, or just come in and enjoy looking at all the beautiful things. It will constantly evolve.”
Indie Home Collective really should be on the very top of everyones shopping wish list, especially with Christmas just around the corner, I’ve no doubt that you’ll be able to find one or more beautiful items for someone very special - or of course yourself! Also be sure to take a peek at this lovely interview that Michelle from The Design Chaser had with Claudia just as her shop stunning new shop opened. x
Indie Home Collective - 51 Nuffield St, Newmarket, Auckland
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