Furniture & Homewares Revival

Ipswich

Furnture & Homewares Revival, located in a big white shed within Ipswich's historic Top of Town precinct, is the go-to for restored furniture and unique vintage homewares.

The shed itself features stand-out red doors and houses a wide range of classic pieces including large dining tables, revived chairs, handy cupboards and side boards of all shapes and sizes.

Furnture & Homewares Revival Ipswich

Each of the pieces in the shed have been carefully sourced and restored, making it difficult to walk out empty handed. F & H Revival also stock Sweet Pickens Milk Paint which is a great medium for restoring tired furniture or putting life back into beloved old trinkets.

Furnture & Homewares Revival Ipswich

Regular creative art workshops are held regularly at F & H Revival, including popular painting and decoupage classes which are plenty of fun and leave participants with perfect upcycled gifts and goodies.

Furnture & Homewares Revival Ipswich

In a nutshell: Hand-restored antique treasures and vintage homeware inspiration, including regular creative and restoration workshops.

Nice to know - Metered parking is available along Waghorn St.

By Lucy Hordern

F & H Revival

Waghorn St

Ipswich

Opening hours

0400 905 792

Map

Waghorn St Ipswich

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