08/08/2014
With a love of the mod era, All That I Need will have you stepping back in time, and loving it.

Words by

Hannah Blamey

Step back in time and dial up the fun factor with the range of wonderfully kooky and retro designs by All That I Need. With everything designed as a nod to the mod era, All That I Need is an online store selling everything from affordable kitchenware, home decor and bathroom accessories to outdoor producs and jewellery in a range of quirky designs and brilliantly bright colours that are sure to put you in a sprightly mood. 

The label has also begun developing a rather adorable children's range featuring toys, tableware adn stationary including illustrated planners with original artwork from stories such as Alice in Wonderland and The Wizard of Oz. And, if you're a fan of putting on your party pants, All That I Need has introduced a party planning service available in metropolitan Melbourne. Is this not the most fun brand ever?

allthatineed.com.au

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