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Home style – Spring 2023

Five things to enhance your home.

1
Woodside’s Botanic Poetry


Woodside’s Botanic Poetry is much more than a florist – it also stocks a huge range of locally crafted gifts and homewares, including a range of mosaic garden art made locally in Woodside by Angela Biermann. From birdhouses and birdbaths to mosaic mushrooms, these gorgeous works of art will brighten up any garden space!
From $25 | Botanic poetry | botanicpoetry.com.au

2
Knog Scout bike alarm and finder


Keep your bike extra secure with the latest technology. The rechargable Scout bike alarm and finder can be mounted to your bike, has a motion sensor and raises the alarm (85db!) if someone moves your bike. Using the ‘Find my’ app, it also tracks the bike’s location to make it easier to recover. Compatible with iphones and comes with tamper-proof screws.
$94.95 | Ride Union Bike Co | rideunionbikeco.com.au

3
The Wine Producers


Written by wine writer Katie Spain, more than 40 Adelaide Hills wine stories are told in this book published by Bud Media. A must-read for any wine lover, The Wine Producers: A taste of Adelaide Hills not only tells the story of the Adelaide Hills as a region, but also introduces readers to dozens of local producers, from well-known names to hidden gems.
$39.50 | Bud Media | budmedia.com.au

4
Kenana knitter critters


These adorable knitted soft animals are made with hand-spun wool by Kenyan women. The wool is dyed using plants and vegetables grown in their gardens and the money raised by the sale of the critters goes directly to the women in their communities to help improve quality of life.
From $14.95 | Agave Design and Living

5
Blue Belle accessories


There’s more than just women’s clothing at Blue Belle Boutique at Hahndorf. They also have a range of accessories, from Merino wool scarves to earrings and necklaces, including these bright wooden designs by Cinnamon Creations. The perfect pop of colour for any outfit!
Prices vary | Blue Belle Boutique

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