11/08/2014
After Online brings together the best of After Store and Pan After.

Words by

Hannah Blamey

Hurrah, it's the best of both worlds. After Online brings you the full collection of products from Melbourne institutions After Store and Pan After. Chockablock with homewares, gifts and goods sourced from all over the globe, the dream team maintain their focus of providing handmade and quality products, with each item is carefully considered.


With everything from African tribal art, handwoven baskets, hand painted ceramics, colourful homewares, jewellery, handwoven textiles and cushions, funky tea towels and even some bits and bobs for the office, you can pretty much buy everything apart from a kitchen sink. Happy shopping everybody.


afteronline.com.au

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