26 Smithton Grove, Ocean Grove VIC 3226, Australia

Furniture Wholesaler, Antique Furniture Store, Antique Store, Cutlery Store, Fabric Store, Furniture Stores, Home Improvement Store, Oriental Goods Store, Rustic Furniture Store

Furniture Store, Home Goods Store, Store

(03) 5255 2444


Open Hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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Sarah L
Huge warehouse style filled to the brim with furniture, kitchenware, jewelry, clothes, decor and all manner of decorative bits and pieces. Easy to spend a few hours here.
Nif Tux
An eclectic store with all kinds of fun items and furniture from interesting places around the world. There are calfskin bags and large furniture items as well as kimonos and cutlery! If you're looking for a unique gift and don't have time to travel too far to get it, this may be a spot to find it. From speaking to people local to the area, I was told a store like this would be more likely to be found in Melbourne, which makes it even better since if you live out near the beaches, you don't have to go so far to get some cool finds! The shop is much larger than it seems from outside and the layout, while it doesn't make perfect sense, has a good flow to it. I'd avise giving yourself a good amount of time to browse through it if you're not sure what you're looking for. Also, take note of the art up on the higher parts of the warehouse and funky collectibles in the corners. They may not be what you're looking for, but can be really interesting.
Christian White
This place is amazing - it has a huge range of beautiful pieces for incredibly low prices, and boasts an atmosphere you could get lost in. We bought a stunning table yesterday and were expecting it to be delivered next week, then it arrived today, in time for the long weekend. Not only that, but our dog was welcomed into the store to browse with us!
Lawrence McKenzie-Taylor
There are so many beautiful and practical things here it's an overload. Always enjoyable. Probably best not to do it in one go. Get the feel of it and then go another day.
Sean Kelleher
If you're into antique Japanese, Chinese and Indian furniture and accoutrements, KYO is a great site to visit. The store is very large and there is a massive range of products to suit every taste. Prices vary widely depending on what you look at, but they're is certainly something to suit all budgets. Whether you're looking for small items, or larger furniture pieces, it's well worth checking out.

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