We all know that it takes a lot of work to represent your room or apartment feel like it’s yours.
There are your all-importants, of course, but we’re often looking for that one piece that does us giddy with commotion. In South Africa, we’re lucky to have a plethora of talented artisans, but often it’s a struggle to find the one that is available to you.
So, where better to find simply that than a market that showcases only the very best in craftsmanship, Bay Harbour Market.
With over 80 sellers all under one roof, you’ll find there really is something for every taste at this sell based in Hout Bay- which is why it is one of Cape Town’s hottest shop end. Join us as we highlight simply a few cases of our favourite stalls for all your dwelling decoration needs 😛 TAGEND
Whyni Wood: Beautiful handmade strange wood makes from cheese committees and mirrors to tables!
Swing: Their trademark cushion window-dressings are all made from high-quality natural substance fibers and designed for vogue and ease.
Imvelo Crafts: Made from recycled PVC piping, each of Imvelo Crafts’ handmade lampshades are an impressive exhibit of imagination.
Words in Stone: As a rare science in South Africa, Phinias Chiruvu exercises his unique flair of letter-carving to create notes, verses, describes, and mottoes in stone at his stalling Letters in Stone.
And there’s even more on offer at Bay Harbour Market.
Bring your family and friends to the market and deplete the day picking the mentality of our artisans, while experiencing live music, savory food and tasty tipple.
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