Flying Wardrobe Antiques

A meander through antique stores admiring the craftsmanship and ingenuity of yesteryear is not only comforting but a great way to find yourself something unique.

It’s also a very sustainable way to shop, giving life to pre-owned items rather than purchasing new. Here are some of the best places to head if you would like to search out something special.

Shabby Duck Studio

Shabby Duck Studio

The boutique is filled with shabby-chic pieces that include up-cycled furniture and French Provincial home décor, gifts and jewellery. The shop is gorgeous, with crystal chandeliers and so many pretty things to browse.

The Shabby Duck Studio also sells everything you need to  revive an old piece of furniture into something beautiful – from paints and stencils to cute little drawer knobs and handles, appliques, metal waxes, and decorative wall hooks as well as offering art and furniture workshops.

45 Prince Street, Busselton.

Flying Wardrobe Antiques

The Flying Wardrobe

Antique, retro and second-hand lovers and collectors will find joy in The Flying Wardrobe in Witchcliffe, just a seven- minute drive south of Margaret River township.

There’s a clear passion for all things vintage, retro and especially quirky with an eclectic mix of crockery, books, furniture, kitchenware, copper pots, clothing, vinyl records, glassware, ceramics, toys, garagenalia (for the motoring enthusiast), jewellery, tools, chandeliers, wooden crates, canisters, cameras and much more.

Take your time, there’s a lot to appreciate here.

10411 Bussell Highway, Witchcliffe.  

Haymar Antiques

Haymar Antiques and Collectibles

Haymar Antiques and Collectibles stocks a large selection of fine china, sewing items and flatware such as cutlery, spoons, knives, forks and silver sets. Specialising in antique jewellery, all the pieces are one-off and all hand-made.

The antique furniture in store includes dining tables, dressers, buffets, sideboards, occasional tables, bookcases, desks, chests of drawers and display cabinets.

There’s a collection of Victorian prints and very rare crystoleum art that was only produced for a short time in the 1800s – romantic figures or scenes photographed and presented convexly and hand-painted concavely in glass, as well as some original art from overseas.

It’s a family-owned business with over 40 years experience in the world of antiques and curios. The business first started in Perth before moving to Busselton over 19 years ago.

Haymar Collectibles is also an antique dealer offering a range of antiques and collectables from furniture to fine antique and estate jewellery.

108 Queen Street, Busselton.

Margaret River Antiques

Margaret River Antiques

Margaret River Antiques is filled with a rotating array of antiques and collectables, and in particular specialises in ‘seriously blokey stuff’. There’s plenty of things that a motoring enthusiast would want in their garage, and the vintage cars are worth a trip just to admire.

Keep an eye on the Facebook page as things are posted (and subsequently snapped up!)

1 Auger Way, Margaret River. 

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