We're Obsessed: The 9 Australian Artisans We're Shopping On Instagram Right Now
When it comes to aspirational artisans, Australia has no shortage. From bespoke furniture designers to vintage homewares and beyond, our following list on Instagram is filled with talented designers and craftsmen who are using the app to show off and sell their one-off pieces to their dedicated followers. If you're in the market for a handmade piece for your home or just need to update your Insta feed, the following nine Australian artisans are definitely worth a follow.
1. Future Collective (@future_collective_)
Beautiful carved tables, lamps and custom furniture pieces are what Future Collective does best. Using aerated concrete as a hero material, you can find all of their trending pieces on their Instagram page photographed in some of the most stylish homes in the country. We'll take one of each, please.
2. Neighbourhood Studio (@neighbourhood.studio)
If you haven't already, take a peek into the talented owner of Neighbourhood Studio Lucas Wearne's recent home tour. You'll be able to spot a variety of incredibly-crafted pieces throughout his rooms to give you some new decorating ideas. Over on his Instagram page, it's an endless scroll of beautiful natural stone creations from lamps to vases and even wall art.
3. Just Adele (@just__adele)
With new monthly collections and bespoke pieces available, Just Adele is our go-to for all things marble. In soft shades of pink, green and beautiful beige hues, their range of plinths, coffee and side tables are the perfect addition to any room to instantly up the luxe levels. Plus, every piece of stone used has been recycled!
4. En Gold (@en._gold)
Another notable Australian artist that we've featured in our Makers series is En Gold—our weekly source of all things vintage wares and stunning stone furniture. Their feed is filled with examples of how to incorporate second-hand pieces into your home in a contemporary way and makes us want to redecorate our own homes to match.
5. Jan Vogelpoel (@janvogelpoel_ceramics)
This Melbourne-based ceramic artist has caught our attention on Instagram for her striking sculptural vases and objects that are often used by local interior designers and stylists as the perfect finishing touch to a room. We could spend an entire afternoon staring at Jan's feed (and we often do). Follow along to catch a glimpse of her latest works and stunning styled scenes.
6. Studio Henry Wilson (@studiohenrywilson)
Known for his breathtaking range of products for the home featuring recognisable materials such as brass, travertine and marble, Henry Wilson is one of the country's most exciting makers. If you're after something to finish a room off or add an element of 'wow!' then his collection is filled with timeless options you'll cherish for years to come.
7. Kirsten Perry (@kirstenpp)
A collection of contemporary ceramic objects, Melbourne-based Kirsten's offerings are full of fun, texture and a sense of whimsy. From crisp white vases to deep charcoal sculptures with gold details, you'll never get tired of staring at these textural works of art.
8. Sarah Nedovic (@sarah.nedovic)
If you've been wondering who makes those incredible sculptural lamps that are popping up all over Insta, they're the work of designer Sarah Nedovic. Her ceramic creations are unlike anything we've ever seen before, and they bring a sense of artistry and interest to an often overlooked but important part of the home—lighting.
9. Sophie Ceramics (@sophie_ceramics)
A local to Sydney's Northern Beaches, Sophie's work radiates a beautifully-balanced energy that makes her pieces fly out the door as soon as they're posted on her Insta account. Known for her monochrome aesthetic, Sophie's sculptural vases look as good empty as they do filled with your favourite blooms.
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