Temple & Webster
Oh, how cosy. How comforting and cosy.
Temple & Webster’s Insta makes us want to crawl back into bed in the best possible way – preferably into one of their ultra-layered, plush settings!
Isn’t it nice to land on a gram where most of the stuff you can actually buy?
It’s truly a curse and a blessing when our Instagram faves are dangerously accessible, fully-functioning stores; particularly when we are a bunch of design addicts and are perfectly capable of pillaging their stocks in a scrolling frenzy whilst appearing to sit calmly in bed on our phones… Eek. Make sure you turn that brightness down so no one can see what you’re up to!
A fully-fledged online superstore of the most fashionable varietal, Temple & Webster are the largest online homewares and furniture store in Australia – and it’s seriously addictive – we’ll admit it’s been a real struggle to concentrate on writing this post for you without filling seven shopping carts! Without astronomical prices, their pieces are usable pieces of furniture for real life, and there’s a bedcover/towel/chair set for every occasion. Plus, they have after pay AND zip pay. You could set aside a room of your house for each night of the week, and completely overhaul the entire space based upon the 130,000 product inventory of one site. We think that’s pretty cool!
Their instagram posts are full of plush beds and nifty outdoor furniture that we can actually see in our homes, with something in every colour, for every taste. Temple & Webster don’t shy away from colour, and texture is everywhere. They also have no fear of showing you how to master a bold coloured wall.
All we can say, is make sure you have time to spare before you log onto their website, because once you’re in, there’s no turning back!
Look at it this way – you could waste umpteen hours on Missoni home’s online store gapingly longingly at their floral rugs… or you could buy an entire bed set – including frame – with matching pillows and throws and have it shipped in time for Christmas… Oh gawd oh gawd!
We might be in trouble with this one…