Northbridge O-Day


Over the weekend, the Duke and I had a wonderful time at Northbridge’s O-Day. From backstage tours at the State Theatre, to printing workshops by Shiritori Press, the open day  in Northbridge was fillled with vibrant colour and a wide showcase from many of Perth’s small businesses. Featured below are some of my favourites:

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Laser cut mobiles by After Many Years. Made from plywood, the mobiles interlock together without the need of nails or adhesives.

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MiniInk fingerprint trees. While it is suggested for baby announcements and christenings, I think they would be a perfect guestbook for weddings.


“Vintage”  piano. Very much out of tune, but it adds to the charm of it.


Beautiful works by Perth artist Kelly Ha.

The Duke and I also attempted collecting the 25 limited edition magnets from the shops participating in O-Day. When put together, they make up a fantastic artwork designed by Martin E Wills.

Hope you had a fun weekend too!

-The Fine Duchess

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