Homeware finds at the Finders Keepers Market

Last weekend was the Melbourne Finders Keepers Market, and I couldn't miss the opportunity to see what they had! As a small business myself, I love supporting small local businesses who make gorgeous pieces and are super passionate about what they do. There was a lot of jewellery, clothes, stationery and personal care products, but for this blog, I am going to concentrate on decor and homewares. Keep reading to find out my favourites:


If you're after some fun and quirky decor, then look no further than White Moose. Their range of decor, book ends, vases and money boxes come in a range of fun shapes including snails, pineapples, acorns, unicorns and more!


I also loved the homewares range at Gray Arch Designs. I particularly liked their eco resin vases in a range of fun colours and shapes!


There were also a few ceramic homeware stalls which I really liked, all with their own unique style. The ones that stood out to me the most were:

  • Adele Macer had a fantastic range, including lovely kitchenware

  • I also loved the geometric designs of Birdrock Ceramics and Koa by Kaitlin

  • Milk Workshop had really fun and interesting shaped vases

  • R.L. Foote Design Studio had the most amazing glazes in a range of colours

  • The Borrowed Nursery had a great range of vases and pots, and the plants to go along with them!

The Borrowed Nursery

There were also a lot of candle stalls, but the absolute stand out for me was Studio McKenna. Their candles came in a range of gorgeous and interesting shapes so they are as much a piece of art as they are a candle!


Overall it was a really fun day and I loved seeing all the different types of stalls (plus the food was amazing!). I'd love to know if you went to the Finders Keepers Market and what your favourites were!

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Hope you have a wonderful week,


Nina xx

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