26/09/2016
Adding awesome to your home.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

We’ll be the first to admit, we’ve thrown hours away trawling through online retailer Hunting For George. And while these are hours undeniably well spent, it's hard to compare the online shopping experience to one IRL.

Yet as of this week, Hunting for George is opening its showroom doors.

It’s your chance to get a little touchy feely with Hunting for George’s selection of linen, cushions, furniture, art and other homewares, from both local and international brands.

The Richmond showroom is now open to the public every Friday and Saturday.

huntingforgeorge.com

Hunting for George Showroom
31 Wangaratta Street, Richmond VIC
Every Friday 10am – 6pm
Every Saturday 10am – 5pm

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