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Behind The Bag: Holii Carmody, Photographer

Behind The Bag: Holii Carmody, Photographer

At Bahru, we want to continue to support small makers, designers and creatives during these crazy times, so we're excited to continue to bring you our Behind The Bag series where we... Read More

Behind the Bag: Cherise Woodhams of De La Terre

If you follow us over on Instagram, you would have no doubt seen the stunning Christmas wreath workshop we hosted at the farm late last year. The genius behind those... Read More
Behind the Bag: Cherise Woodhams of De La Terre
Behind the Bag: Bec Tougas of Object Union

Behind the Bag: Bec Tougas of Object Union

Joining us on the blog today is Bec Tougas, founder of Object Union, a stunning homewares store that curates one-of-a-kind pieces with a focus on artisans from around the world. I... Read More

Slow Reads: Bahru in Country Style Magazine

This month we welcomed the amazing team from Country Style to the 150 year old dairy farm that is home to our family of five and the Bahru brand. I'm so... Read More
Slow Reads: Bahru in Country Style Magazine
Behind the Bag: Jessica Bragdon

Behind the Bag: Jessica Bragdon

Welcome to our second instalment of Behind the Bag with founder of Koala Eco, Jessica Bragdon. Jessica is an inspiration - a business woman, dedicated to creating a brand that... Read More

Christmas Wreath Workshop

Join us on the 9th December to learn the art of botanical wreath making at our Bahru stables- the very same ones that will be featured in the December issue of Country Style Magazine!

Christmas Wreath Workshop
Behind the Bag: Sarah Shanahan

Behind the Bag: Sarah Shanahan

Welcome to our brand new blog series - Behind the Bag. We'll be talking to women we admire, whose style we love and who we need to know what they carry in their bags!

First up is decluttering guru Sarah Shanahan who embodies the William Morris quote,"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful."

The Old Stables

I was lucky enough to grow up on a cattle farm in the south west of Western Australia, in an old stone homestead with the ocean just over the hill. 

 Among the collection of farm buildings, is a beautiful limestone structure which was built around the same time as the homestead in 1849 using stone from the property.  We have always called this building The Old Stables.

After a major restoration effort by skilled local craftsmen, Bahru now has a beautiful home in this old building.
The Old Stables

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