Lately, it seems like all of our design-world crushes have two things in common: they love a cheery, colorful print and they hail from Down Under. For further proof that Australian interior style needs to be on your radar, keep scrolling to check out our favorite up-and-coming, pattern-centric home decor brands—all of which ship to the U.S.
This Melbourne-based duo covers everything from bean bag chairs ($130) to wood wall tiles ($20) with their bright, painterly prints. Expect to find botanical-inspired designs as well as geometric patterns with a hand-painted quality.
Pictured: Bonnie and Neil Watercolour Pink Plate, small $32, large $46; at Bonnie and Neil
Artisans in Rajasthan, India, hand weave Langdon Ltd’s collection of bold, geometric throw pillows and rugs. Many of the designs incorporate metallic threads, which give the pieces an unexpected shimmer. International orders get $20 flat-rate shipping.
Textile and paper designer Sara Hingle creates her illustrated designs—which range from a patterned dot motif to a jungle scene—in her Queensland studio and uses them to make pillows, wallpaper, greeting cards and ceramics. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to place an international order.
Pictured: These Walls Leopard Palm Wallpaper, one roll for $164; at These Walls
The contemporary textile designs from Utopia Goods founders Sophie Tatlow and Bruce Slorach are inspired by a combination of Australian bush and historical references. Their fabrics are hand-printed in Sydney and can be bought by the yard or as any number of home decor items, including bedding, potholders and place mats.
Founded by friends Genevieve Fennel and Lauren Bennet, this three-year-old company uses old-school block printing techniques to create its modern fabric designs, then makes throw pillows, lamp shades and table linens. Email email@example.com to place an international order.
Pictured: Walter G. Evil Eye Napkins, four for $31; at Walter G.