Coastal Vintage Warehouse - opening

It's been a month since I opened the warehouse. I don't know where that time as gone. However, I've thoroughly enjoyed setting up the space and welcoming visitors. It has been so lovely to meet so many people from Instagram and Facebook. I feel like I knew so many of you before meeting you.
Thank you to all of you that have popped by and extra thanks to @anoshkafish for bringing along a few friends and a bottle of bubbly to celebrate! 
Here are some snippets of the warehouse over the past few weeks. It is ever changing as products come and go including my lovely old boat. It has been replaced with another gorgeous boat.
The old boat has temporarily gone up against the wall and it is perfect for storing all the oars. This is where it will stay until it is sold. 
(if interested email
 And here is the new boat - there is a beautiful story behind how this all came about. 
However, I will blog about that another time. :) 
 Lots of life preservers from ships all around the world. These have come off decommissioned ships.
 One of my favourite parts of the shop - the lobster pot buoy wall! I have imported all these direct from Maine & Florida, USA. Don't they look fabulous?
 A new range of stock including old ship's lights. 
Many of them have been rewired and would look great in a coastal home.
Currently, this is my favourite product in-store. It is a mock up of a 1920's American beach sign. 
It is unbelievable how times have changed isn't it? 
The shields are made by a local 85-year old chap and painted by an Australian artist. Now available on the website. Limited edition. Fabulous talking piece for the home or by the pool. Click here to order your copy -

And finally, so more pics from around the warehouse. 
If you live nearby or visiting Noosa, please do come and say hi!
Currently, the warehouse is open by appointment.
Simply contact via the website for an appointment. 
Shop 4, 33 Gateway Drive, Noosaville 4566 
and until next time, 
lover of the sea and all things coastal vintage



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