Customer Reviews

Rachel C

The smell of scented candles and incense wafts over you as you make your way through the crowded maze of trinkets that make up Eastern Flair.  

The shop is an eclectic mix of cooking equipment, Eastern-inspired homewares, cushions, teapots, furniture, Halloween costumes (all year round), tatami screens and cheap womens accessories.  Upstairs is the "50% off" section, which mainly consists of more Eastern-inspired furniture, particularly cabinets, mirrors, draws, lamps and hat-stands.

The teapot sets here are my favourite item and for an entire year my friends could count on receiving an Eastern Flair teapot set Japanese style teapots with 2 - 4 cups) for any given occasion.  Their Moroccan tea glasses are beautiful and affordable too, as are their ornate selection of tajines.

Clothes make up only a small section of the store and are not the reason most people come here.  They do sell a good range of fisherman pants though, which seem to be an 'at-home-essential' wardrobe item and they have beautiful scarves with pretty good deals (one for $10, two for $15).  The jewellery is mostly tacky/gothic inspired, but they do have the one thing that sells it for me - Lava Lamps.  Sold.

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Jenny K

I had initially stopped by because I was looking for an oil burner, but what I found was so much more and left with an armful. There were pillows and African fabrics, Japanese china and Moroccan lamps, candles and jewellery, handwoven baskets and hand painted frames. ....More

Rachel C

The smell of scented candles and incense wafts over you as you make your way through the crowded maze of trinkets that make up Eastern Flair. ....More

Justine C

It is just incredibly amazing what great things you might be able to find at Eastern Flair. A trendy, bohemian and chic home wares store on King Street in Newtown. ....More

Megan M

Deceptive from the outside, this shop is absolutely huge and spans two levels. It has all sorts of homewares, jewellery, clothes, bags, candles, knick knacks, decorations and furniture. ....More

John C

Newtown is one of my favourite parts of Sydney and I must have walked past Eastern Flair a gazillion times, yet today was the first time I went inside and I now I am kicking myself for not checking it out sooner. ....More

Tyler J

A mix between a gift shop, a $2 shop, an oriental shop and a furniture store, this place has a little bit of everything. ....More

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