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You'll know what I mean when I say that walking into kikki.K is more than a shopping experience. It's a bit of a treat for the senses. I sometimes I have to contain my urge to rip down the gift wrap and roll around in it, it's just so glorious. The good news is, there's a new flagship store that's just opened - and it's like no other!

This week gone by I have to admit that I got out and about a fair bit. From Newtown to Bondi Junction and beyond, I took in many a Sydney Homewares piece - and added a dash of fashion for good measure. Let me know which find is your fave, Creatives!Creative Find - Kobo Candle1 | My friend Kevin popped over this week gone by to check out the new digs and brought with him this glorious present from Pentimento in Newtown - a glorious Kobo Candle. The Vetiver and Shaved Vanilla scent is absolute nirvana for the nostrils and I can't put it down. If you're yet to experience Kobo, you don't know what you're missing!

Country Road Dinnerware in ShelfI've sung the praises of homewares haven Country Road before on my glorious store tour. Now, I have morsels of fab news hot off the press. Its freshness is guaranteed and it's 100% fat-free - bonus! Read on to find out more about their upcoming Share Your Space competition, their Indigo pop-up store and their online gift registry. It's a triple threat of news without the shoulder pads.

Sarai Homewares - Cement Candle Holders1 | I had my socks rocked off this week when I got my hands on this amazing trio of concrete candle holders from Melbourne company Sarai Homewares. Available in a range of colours - including neon - these three holders are made and set in recycled moulds, which is all rather environmentally friendly! The company also stocks my other love - cushions - and more!

Glass Dome Atrium from PapayaI've never really understood homes that are styled within an inch of their lives and manage to say nothing about the people who live there. At TLC HQ, it's all about personalisation, comfort and reflecting who I am and what's happening in my life. In saying that, though, I do like things to have their place (and certain objects are not for the curious claws of the satanic sisters that are better know as my two cats). Enter this glorious find from Papaya!