Winter has arrived with cool crisp foggy mornings, frost sparkling on the lawns and sun-rays streaming through the branches of leafless trees. Life slows down just a little, giving nature a time for rest and us the opportunity for long winter drives in the country, taking in the smell of fresh chestnuts roasting in pans from chatty vendors on the side of the road, Mmm I can smell them now!
It’s also time to rummage through wardrobes putting away those bikinis and replacing them with warm winter woolens. Our artists have been busy, and Stonehouse has a wonderful selection of woolen accessories to keep you warm over winter.
Wrap yourself in a beautiful textile scarf, pop on a knitted beanie for those chilly winter morning walks.
There are hand crafted pottery mugs for your hot chocolate or coffee while you relax in front of that warm heater reading a book.
Slow cook a special winter recipe in a lovely pottery casserole or put together a cheese platter on a hand crafted wooden board. Soup always tastes better when served in a handmade ceramic bowl!
Come and explore our friendly Warrandyte village and find that special something to keep you warm inside and out!
We look forward to seeing you soon!
"Lots Of Pots"
2 - 31 June
At Stonehouse this month we celebrate Ceramics from contemporary to functional .........read more
You'll find unique and beautifully crafted art, craft, home wares and gifts at Stonehouse.
Jewellery, textiles, glass, ceramic and timber works, hand crafted by talented local and Australian artists. Our member artists are happy to create custom products, corporate gifts and special commissions on request.
With ample parking and full wheelchair access it’s easy to visit Stonehouse for a unique experience to remember.
We are open daily from 10am–5pm
103 Yarra Street, Warrandyte 3113, Victoria
Please note, for the safety of our customers and staff we do not open on days that are rated by the CFA as Code Red, Extreme or Severe.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
To find out information about local conditions, go to cfa.vic.gov.au or call the Victorian Bushfire Information Line on 1800 240 667