Wanderlust Collective is run by biz mum, Deborah Unwin and is based in the small country town of Picton, NSW.
I decided to start up Wanderlust Collective when my third was just a few weeks old. I had always been creative, making a rocking horse for my Year 12 major in Wood Tech, and needed a creative outlet in amongst all the "mum stuff".
I dabbled with making dreamcatchers for my daughters and decided to make a business of it. I really enjoy making items for other people, I take great joy in creating your pieces - always maintaining contact with you, the customer, to make sure you are 100% happy with your piece.
At Wanderlust Collective we stock handmade, luxurious and unique wall decor items made here in Australia. We also try to, where possible, buy the goods for our products, from fellow Australian businesses, let's face it, nothing really compares to Australian made.
Each handmade product is a beautiful piece of art and will be a wonderful addition to your collection of homewares. Did you know some of our items can take up to 6 hours to make?
Every piece is original, so you will not find your wall art in any other home.
Making each handmade piece creates a sense of calm, in a household full of vibrant, crazy and gorgeous children.
My husband John and three children; Eva, Jada and Theo are also my inspiration and the reason why I started up Wanderlust Collective, and they have helped me to get to where I am today.
There is nothing better than handmade goods, they are made with love and care, something you can't get in normal retail stores.
If you wish to find out more, Wanderlust Collective can be found via:
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I am also contactable via: firstname.lastname@example.org and can take on custom orders.