The Multi-Purpose Bag/Basket
We love a multi-purpose piece around here and this is one of the best. With a flat, round base and strong sides, this can be used as a bag, or on the floor as a cheery plant basket. Let it brighten up your spaces and then on a sunny day, pull out the straps and sling it over your shoulder to head to the shops or the beach.
Who We Are
Bahay Living is your online destination for inspiring selections for everyday living. The pieces you won’t find at your local mall. Homewares that won’t be sitting on display in your best friend’s or neighbour’s home. Quality items made to last. Furnishings, decor and accessories that aren’t mass produced. Here, you'll find a collection of considered, unique choices from thoughtful, small-scale makers worldwide that will help turn your spaces into sanctuaries.
Meet: Little Agenda
The Little Agenda magnetic planner will be your new best friend if you love bringing a sense of order and calm to your family. Communication with everyone becomes easy through use of picture tiles, so you can expect more co-operation and a day and week that runs smoothly. It’s both practical and a whole lot of fun to use.
We can't travel overseas right now, but we can add some Bali-style vibes to our kitchen creations with our hand made brass tropical style salad servers. With palm top detail and a brushed gold finish, these come in a drawstring calico storage bag and will elevate every dish, making you feel like you're somewhere special.
Spotlight On: Bahay Living's Rattan Range
Handcrafted, beautiful and made from renewable materials - what's not to love? Through collaboration with master weavers based in the Philippines, we have created a quality range of rattan interior pieces, blending a touch of nostalgia with the contemporary.
'A beautiful one stop shop.' - Patricia, Melbourne, Australia
'Such a nice initiative to curate artisanal products.' - Jamie, Manila, Philippines
'You have the most beautiful products.' - Maeve, Melbourne, Australia
Traditional Owners Acknowledgement
We acknowledge that the Boon Wurrung people are the traditional owners of the land we gratefully live on and operate from. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.
Professional images are by Gemma Carr Photography