Buy Handmade Homeware Online
Each item is lovingly created by surface designer Emily Holmes in her home studio based in Melbourne. Inspired by her love of textiles, print, pattern and homewares, Emily creates throughtful interior accessories that make styling your home simple and effortless.
Expertly Handcrafted Cushions For Any Area Of The Home
Forget mass-produced, off the shelf cushion covers that are not made to last. Holmes Living’s handmade cushions are all carefully crafted with love, care and attention, with the intention that they will adorn your space for many years to come.
Buy Unique Home Decor
Holmes Living’s handmade home decor if all about buying homeware products that have been produced with the skill, time and effort necessary to create high-quality, well finished items that you can cherish and call your own.
Buy Unique. Buy Handmade.
As a designer and lover of various types of craft, I am extremely passionate about the many benefits of buying handmade home decor products. But why are handmade homewares so special and more importantly, why should you invest in handmade homewares from Holmes Living?
Firstly, handmade homeware products tend to be much more sustainable then if you were to buy mass-produced items. Sure, mass production lowers costs, meaning big retailers can sell their products much cheaper, but at what cost? But it’s often far more environmentally friendly to choose to buy handmade wherever possible. Although some handmade home decor can be more expensive than mass-produced items, it’s important to remember you’re paying for quality.
The beauty of buying handmade homeware is that each and every piece is unique, each piece has character, their imperfections tell a story. Each piece of handmade home decor is an artwork within itself. When buying handmade homeware online, you’re buying the real thing, not a cheaply, mass-produced imitation of the handmade ‘feel’. When buying handmade home decor you’re supporting local makers and designers. When you choose to shop handmade you’re choosing to keep traditional and modern craft skill alive for the next generation of designers and makers.