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To Shop - Koskela

Created by Russel Koskela and Sasha Titchkosky in 2000, Koskela in Sydney has become an incredible space filled with a carefully curated collection of art and design. Housed in a large industrial warehouse which is also home to the much loved Kitchen By Mike cafe and Megan Morton's The School, Koskela is a place you could lose yourself for a day...

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21 Jun 2013 koskelato shopsydney [comment_count]
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To Shop - Kido Store

Kido has made a name for itself as one of the coolest kids stores in Sydney. Their two beautiful shops, in Clovelly and Surry Hills are filled to the brim with an eclectic mix of treasures waiting to be discovered...

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14 Jun 2013 kidoto shopsydney [comment_count]
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To Shop - Serendipity Paris

This incredible Parisian concept store, dedicated primarily to children, is the perfect combination of vintage and modern design. Filled with an eclectic mix of unique pieces, limited edition objects and exclusive creations from around the world, you'll find it almost impossible to leave Serendipity empty handed...

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13 Jun 2013 paristo shop [comment_count]
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To Shop - Ariel Books

Walking into Ariel Books is like walking into a home away from home. Filled to the brim with beautiful books, lovely gifts, and interesting knick knacks, you will spend many hours contently perusing the shelves. Based in Paddington, Sydney, the store has a wonderful relaxed feel, with friendly, knowledgeable staff making a warm and welcoming atmosphere...

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07 Jun 2013 to shopbookssydney [comment_count]
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To Shop - Paper2

Started by graphic designer Margaret Rockliff, Paper2 is a beautiful little store dedicated to all things paper. Nestled in the heart of Sydney's Surry Hills, you will find walls and cabinets filled with an array of paper and stationary collected from all over the globe...

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28 May 2013 to shopcraftssydney [comment_count]
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To Shop - Kid's Republic

Walking into Kid's Republic Book Store in Beijing, China, is like walking into a giant kaleidoscope of colour. With rainbow walkways flowing in all directions, and plush colour wheel carpets scattering the floors, you are delightfully surrounded in colours that pop as far as the eye can see. One of our favourite parts are the rainbow cubby holes that scatter the walls, creating little spaces for children to read in and let their imaginations run wild. Designed by architects Sako, Children's Republic provides the very best children's books and a relaxing reading environment to escape to.

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07 May 2013 rainbowsto shopbooksbeijing [comment_count]

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