The Melbourne Showroom of Pop & Scott

Pop & Scott Showroom

When I first saw these pictures I presumed this was somebody’s house, but they’re actually taken inside a showroom in Melbourne! This is the studio and retail space of couple and business partners Poppy Lane and Scott Gibson, who together run a workshop cooperative named Pop & Scott. What began as a small studio for them to share has blossomed into a bigger space which incorporates the work of more than 15 other local designer makers. Learn more about their story below!

Pop & Scott Showroom

To begin with, their studio had enough room for Scott to make his wooden furniture and for Poppy to make her painted plant pots. This suited the pair just fine, but when the warehouse next door became available 18 months ago they saw an opportunity. Taking over the second property allowed them to expand their space and involve some of their other designer-maker friends in their business. Now, as well as housing a workshop for everyone to use, the studio acts as a retail showroom where all of the products created on site can be displayed and bought.

Pop & Scott Showroom

[Velvet sofa by Pop & Scott; Jungle Cushions by The Vallentine Project; Rug by Pampa Rugs; Art prints by Lisa Sorgini; Bamboo from Glasshaus Nursery in Makeba Pot by Pop & Scott]

Pop & Scott Showroom

[Scott making furniture in the Pop & Scott showroom]

Pop & Scott Showroom

[L: Camille Moir-Smith, Carpenter’s Daughter.; R: Anchor Ceramics]

Pop & Scott Showroom

[Glazed tiles by Anchor Ceramics]

Pop & Scott Showroom

[Various products by Anchor Ceramics]

Pop & Scott Showroom

[The team of creatives working at Pop & Scott!]

Pop & Scott Showroom

[An outside shot of the studio]

All photography by Eve Wilson for The Design Files, via Interior Junkie.

Lucy Meek
Lucy Meek

Lucy started writing Decorenvy as a scrapbook to record ideas when she began decorating her own place in 2013. Her frustration at the lack of alternatives to high street brands and catalogue decorating has since seen it evolve into a sourcebook for unusual and interesting design, complete with tours of beautiful homes and the occasional ill-advised DIY project.

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    1. Oh my god. I am speechless! Thank you so much for letting me know Nell. They have 16k followers on Twitter, you’d think they could write their own content! I wonder how many other people’s work they’ve ripped off?

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