Shabbylicious

Ipswich

Shabbylicious in Ipswich is the ultimate destination  for lovers of shabby chic vintage and retro style furniture - a virtual Aladdin's cave of gorgeous pieces of upcycled furniture or homewares. 

Shabbylicious Ipswich

Tucked away on Brisbane St, the Shabbylicious showroom displays a collection of pieces including vintage suitcases, cabinets, desks, coffee tables, storage boxes, ladders and bar stools, all unique and extremely affordable.

Shabbylicious Ipswich bowls and furniture

Opened on the 1st of September, 2014, Shabbylicious was a 30 year wedding anniversary gift from David to his wife Jane (aka. Mr & Mrs Shabby). David looks after the restoration of the furniture and Jane lovingly brings the pieces back to life with paint. And both David and Jane are always happy to explain each piece and help customers find exactly what they’re looking for.

Shabbylicious Ipswich's vintage suitcase and table

For those who have been considering purchasing a certain piece of furniture or perhaps a statement piece for the home, be sure to stop by Shabbylicious for a browse. Not only is it likely you'll come away with a new piece of furniture but a conversation piece that has its own story.

Shabbylicious Ipswich's wooden boxes

Tip: Be sure to follow Shabbylicious on Facebook for updates on new items in store.

by Eva Lewis www.themultitaskingmummy.com

241 Brisbane St

Ipswich

Opening hours

0466 239 297

Map

54 Limestone St Ipswich

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

King George Square is transformed into an enchanted winter wonderland
The major highlight of the 2019 Winter Racing Carnival is happening on Jun 22
The musical theatre classic Oklahoma! is coming to Brisbane
Don't miss these popular pizza making and cocktail classes
Eats & Beats returns to Underwood Park on Friday, June 28
MELT: Festival of Queer Arts and Culture raises the curtain on another program of spectacular events
L’amante Anglaise is a must-see murder mystery performed live on stage
Boho Luxe Market is a massive festival-style market at The Old Museum
City of Gold is a wryly funny and politically incendiary play by rising star Meyne Wyatt

Indigenous Art Program: Shared connections

An exhibition of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artworks in Brisbane's hidden laneways, city streets, museums & more
Indigenous Art Program Editor's Pick