Big­ger and Bet­ter:

Saskia show­cases how things just keep get­ting bet­ter for spring lo­cally.

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BOLD new colours, sim­ple de­sign tech­niques and of course heav­enly cof­fee — that is just a sam­ple of the ex­cit­ing things hap­pen­ing at Saskia Home Gifts.

A lover of new de­lights in store at the change of each sea­son, Saskia DePaoli is wel­com­ing regulars and new cus­tomers to come and browse through the fab­u­lous range of new stock she has com­ing in.

Saskia said whether wal­lets, clutches, bags or cos­metic bags, it was easy to see why Louen­hide was emerg­ing as one of Aus­tralia’s favourite ac­ces­sories brands.

“Louen­hide con­tin­ues to help shape the style of mod­ern day women of all ages and bud­gets with a very recog­nised range of bags in clas­sic de­signs cou­pled with vi­brant colour pal­ettes,” she said.

“Thank­fully with this Aus­tralian de­sign name there is a Louen­hide for every woman, every day al­low­ing you to com­plete light spring colours dur­ing the day or add a lit­tle spice to your evening wear.”

Add to that an­other well-known col­lec­tion that con­tin­ues to be ahead on trend for both colour and pat­terns in the beau­ti­ful hand­bags and wal­lets is Elms+King.

As well as be­ing af­ford­able, clas­sic and time­less, th­ese bags have such in­cred­i­ble de­signs you will want them in every sin­gle colour both for a hand­bag, travel bag or sim­ply a cute clutch.

That is the beauty of Saskia. You can al­most get lost in there brows­ing through the ex­quis­ite range of bags, jew­ellery, clothes, home dé­cor and gifts.

Tthe men aren’t for­got­ten, with plenty to be found that make ideal Fa­ther’s Day gifts.

“There is noth­ing I like bet­ter than be­ing able to help some­one find that fun gift, like our hugely pop­u­lar book

Love is Sausage Dog as well as other hu­mor­ous and in­spi­ra­tional books or even a gor­geous hand­made sculp­ture that will fin­ish off their home nicely.

“Spring is such an en­liven­ing sea­son be­cause the colours are soft hues in many of our cot­ton lines but then can be quite bold and strik­ing in our hand­bags; there is so much to play with when putting an out­fit to­gether.

“Add to that for the cafe it is a chance to in­clude a whole range of new flavours in our meals that will def­i­nitely make even the fussi­est taste­buds happy.”

Those vis­it­ing Saskia in the Mil­laquin Markets may be ex­cited to dis­cover that the cafe area has grown to per­fectly ac­com­mo­date the num­ber of cus­tomers drawn to it for the re­laxed am­bi­ence, won­der­ful cof­fee and scrump­tious menu.

“The ex­ten­sions were def­i­nitely needed to en­sure that we were able to fit ev­ery­one in, in com­fort be­cause we are so proud of the way the café con­tin­ues to draw many lo­cals and vis­i­tor alike.

“I per­son­ally take great pride in the range on the menu but also on the fresh­ness be­cause lo­cal pro­duce is def­i­nitely where it is at and what adds that hint of fab­u­lous­ness to every meal.

“I wel­come ev­ery­one to come in and meet my­self and the team and ex­pe­ri­ence the Saskia dif­fer­ence.”

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