High Street, Ar­madale

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ASIDE FROM THE de­light­ful cho­co­late and hot cross bun del­i­ca­cies Easter has to of­fer, this hol­i­day al­lows you to take a breath af­ter the new year rush, and en­joy cel­e­bra­tions with fam­ily and friends. Lead­ing into Easter, home ren­o­va­tion projects are near­ing their end, and the fin­ish­ing de­tails are es­sen­tial to com­plete your per­fect home, ready for en­ter­tain­ing. Per­haps you are pre­par­ing your home to ac­com­mo­date in­ter­state or in­ter­na­tional guests, or maybe you're the trav­eller vis­it­ing loved ones. High Street Ar­madale, is cen­tral to your home decor ac­ces­sories and unique gifts. From tran­si­tional Euro­pean, mod­ern, Scan­di­na­vian and ori­en­tal styles, High Street caters to every aes­thetic need.

Gau­dion Fur­ni­ture

An ex­clu­sive trea­sure chest of items sourced from across Europe. This store pro­vides beau­ti­ful home decor, de­signer fab­rics, wall­pa­per and in­te­rior de­sign con­sul­ta­tions to make your house a home. For the per­fect gift, French made can­dles, de­signer plat­ters, vases and jew­ellery are your go-to. While a gilded bar cart, ice bucket and ta­ble decor are im­per­a­tive to your din­ner party and cock­tail fes­tiv­i­ties. 1001 High Street, Ar­madale.

Marti Port­fo­lio

It is of­ten the ‘lit­tle things' that pro­vide a point of in­ter­est. Whether you are per­fect­ing the finer de­tails in your own home, or search­ing for a gift, this store is sim­ply a must. With an ar­ray of hard and soft tex­tures, feast your eyes on the selection of handmade glass vases, sculp­tures, unique felt art pieces and beau­ti­fully pat­terned cush­ion de­signs. 1018 High Street, Ar­madale.

Dan­ish Red

Pure, clean lines, time­less de­sign and skilled crafts­man­ship. Dan­ish Red of­fers the lead­ing edge brands of Dan­ish and Scan­di­na­vian fur­ni­ture, light­ing and ac­ces­sories. In ad­di­tion to the stun­ning col­lec­tion of iconic Mid­cen­tury fur­ni­ture by Dan­ish fur­ni­ture mas­ter Finn Juhl, there is also some­thing for the chil­dren, and of course the young at heart too. Touch and feel tra­di­tional wooden toys brought to life by the Dan­ish ar­ti­san de­signer Kay Bo­je­sen. Per­haps a mon­key, bunny rab­bit or ele­phant, th­ese sim­ple, solid ‘lines that smile,' will in­spire play at any age. 1181 High Street, Ar­madale.

Abba Per­sian Rugs

As the April morn­ings be­come chill­ier in Mel­bourne, beau­ti­ful hand wo­ven, silk and woollen rugs will keep the toes of your fam­ily, friends and guests toasty, snug and warm. For qual­ity im­ports with a top record for floor­ing so­lu­tions, style your home with a Per­sian rug for that de­sired Bo­hemian, tra­di­tional or eclec­tic touch. 1112 High Street, Ar­madale.

For more in­for­ma­tion please visit high­stree­tar­madale.com.au

Gau­dion Fur­ni­ture.

Abba Per­sian Rugs.

Dan­ish Red. Marti Port­fo­lio.

Dan­ish Red.

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