The DEA Store
Aesthetically pleasing homewares to fill your home with.
January 24, 2017
It is hard to know what to expect from stores with acronym monikers. In the case of The DEA store, the title represents both a yardstick by which items are chosen for sale and what a customer should expect to find: products that will please the 'delicate eye area'. The store takes a minimalist approach — a wash of white, grey and timber — placing the focus on the pieces on display.
The range features carefully curated homewares and jewellery from global and local artisans. There's a favouritism towards Japanese designs in the ceramics, tableware and glassware. Local artists such as It's A Public Holiday and Sharon Muir are also stocked plus a range of ceramics designed by Australian ceramicist Peter Anderson exclusively for the store. The DEA store achieves the ideal balance between whimsical, stylish and functional that will please your eyes and your home.
Images: Trent van der Jagt.