11/08/2014
On the Sly will make you want to sneak their whole homewares range into your house.

Words by

Brittany Stewart

Believing drying dishes should be done in style and with a hint of swagger, On the Sly is all about simple things done with care and a cheeky smile. Designed, printed and assembled in Australia, their homewares and textiles bring a burst of neon goodness to your home.

While they admit their name may sound a little shifty, On the Sly are anything but, with most of their products eco-friendly and using non-toxic inks. They even make sure there’s no wastage, with every piece of scrap fabric put to good use. In fact, we bet the only thing shifty will be you trying to sneak all your purchases into your house.

onthesly.com.au

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