R & R Behind Red Doors

Ipswich

Retro & Recycled Behind Red Doors is an Aladdin’s cave of retro, vintage, antique and collectable treasure, a short stroll from Ipswich’s trendy Top of Town precinct.

Housed in a heritage shed, on the corner of Waghorn and Roderick Streets, Behind Red Doors is packed to the rafters with retro furniture – from 50s formica dining tables to mid-century modern chairs – vintage homewares, toys, collectables and antiques.

Retro & Recycled Behind Red Doors Ipswich

There’s 70s lounges, cane settings, cupboards, dressing tables and more, many of them recycled and repurposed by shop owner Kylie. As for homewares, you’ll find fine china, English pottery, retro drinking glasses and art deco lamps, as well as vintage suitcases, leadlight windows and antique prams. 

Retro & Recycled Behind Red Doors Ipswich

Nice to know – Behind Red Doors also runs scrapbooking and candle making classes.

Retro & Recycled Behind Red Doors Ipswich

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in April 2017

By Deb Lidster

R & R Behind Red Doors

38/196 Waghorn St

Ipswich

Thu-Fri 8:30-2:30*

Sat-Sun 9-1*

0477 331 108

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196 Waghorn St Ipswich

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