Before she opened the doors of La Luna, Michelle Wiltshire spent seven years figuring out what Perth people like, buying in the eclectic stock for Urban Depot. But the style at La Luna, her homewares store in Inglewood, is all her own, influenced largely by her Scandinavian-inspired home.
The shop itself is a small, artfully arranged display against a backdrop of polished concrete floors and a heritage shop front. You’ll find items as varied as Dutch copper clocks, Japanese ceramic bowls, plush cushions and illustrations from French artist Garance Doré – with reappearing themes such as soft neutrals, marble, geometric prints and clean lines. Think industrial-luxe by way of Scandinavia.
There are also some local additions, such as the prints and calendars from local artist Chi Borrello – including, fittingly, some whimsically drawn lunar-cycle calendars.
La Luna also stocks a tight edit of clothes, mostly luxe basics in neutral-hued soft jersey from labels such as Little Lies and the Melbourne-based Assembly Line.
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