A wonderful place to enjoy stunning interiors.
Your Interior Design Store
Home and studio of Interior Designer and Decorator, Beatrice Agnew.
AN ICON REBORN
Tanawha House is located in the leafy green heart of the Sunshine Coast hinterland at Tanawha, just down the road from Buderim. The main building has been the destination store for antique and quality reproduction furniture for nearly 20 years. Largely built by the previous owners, Gerard and Johanna Grooteman, there is unique craftsmanship evident throughout the home reflecting their traditional and European heritage.
NEW LEASE ON LIFE
Interior Designer Beatrice Agnew and her family purchased the property in late 2013 and have began the transformation of the old antiques store into a stunning industrial space complete with interior design services, homewares, gifts, custom furniture and a captivating Tea Room. Beatrice’s vision to create a beautiful, stylish space for her design clientele to visit has well and truly come to life. She also has grand plans for the old antique shop, which is now the family home, and is hoping to establish Tanawha House as a beautiful establishment and garden to delight all those who visit.
WHAT YOU WILL FIND AT TANAWHA HOUSE
A unique combination of comfort and style.
Once you meet Beatrice, you will feel at home. You will likely find treasures that will take pride of place in your home.
The store is constantly growing and being updated, so be sure to visit regularly to see the latest offerings for interior styling. You will be able to browse:
- Key furniture pieces in a range of styles. Some will be available from the showroom floor and some are available on order.
- Decorator pieces
- Beautiful soft furnishings
- Custom Art
- Gorgeous Homewares, including Royal Albert tableware
- Candles, including our own range
- DIY Paint We are stockist for Miss Mustard Seed and Fusion Mineral Paint. Live demonstration are available in store weekly.
- Take some time for yourself and enjoy some refreshments in the Tanawha House Tea Room.
Can we still go into the old antique shop?
The old antique shop which included the entire bottom floor of Tanawha House is no longer open to the public. We are conducting renovations to convert the old shop section and the original home upstairs into one large family home. You can follow our progress when we start updating our blog.