Surry Hills in New South Wales is evolving into a trendy area. Global eateries and hip cafes define the aura here. From beautiful terraced houses on Crown Street and Cleveland Street to the aroma emanating from the crowd pulling bakery on Bourke Street to the cool pubs, the area has weaved a dynamism of its own.
The growing culture of cafes, eateries and pubs gives the area a cool-casual look. Many eateries opt for outdoor furniture which retains an old country charm. Outdoor seating has gained popularity and is not just a feature limited to homes. From plastic stools outside eateries to high end contemporary chairs and coffee tables outside chic cafes, the contribution of outdoor furniture to the area’s feel can almost be felt.
Surry Hills is home to many loved furniture stores:
· Hay Furniture at Crown St. – offers high end modern Danish furniture. One chair costs anywhere between A$500 to A$1000. You would not feel a lack of design or customization options here.
· Dellis Furniture at Crown St. – reasonably priced, custom-made residential and commercial furniture available here
· Peter Foley’s Furniture at Elizabeth St. – for good looking economical furniture. A couch can be yours for just A$200. Cane options included. Second hand options are also available here.
· Ici et la at Riley St. – boasts of vintage and antique items. Wooden and metal tables and chairs from here can add that touch of flair to your place.
· Parterre Garden at Bourke St. – exquisitely designed contoured lounge chairs, sofas and such contemporary unique pieces of outdoor furniture with designs from Belgium, Spain and Italy make this place a must visit before you invest in that patio furniture
· Elements I Love’ at Devonshire St. – a French antique hub. You can find that Louis sofa you have been looking for. Perfectly French and expensive.
With so many options, the charm of Surry Hills homes and lanes is sure to keep getting warmer.