Sunshine Boulevard might as well be all about blinding lights and starry eyes, as it is in the song Sunset Boulevard, but it’s not just that. It’s also about dreamy lamps, distressed furniture and all things that that make a house, a home.
Natural leaves, banana fibre, thread acrylic and Japanese Shoji paper are a few things that feature in Sunshine Boulevard’s whimsical lamps. The architectural, symmetrical lamps are for those who swear by minimal, contemporary design. The gorgeous medley of reading lamps sit beautifully on a long, low, wooden table, waiting to be proudly owned by bookworms that might chance upon them.
They also have bottomless bottles in pop colours cut halfway through the centre, marvellous chandeliers straight out of Jane Austen’s books, and tiny and not-so-tiny bird cages that are actually tea-light holders.
Shabby chic, or furniture that has been made to look rundown on purpose for that vintage vibe, is the real charmer at Sunshine Boulevard. Wooden chests, painted trunks, chunky flower vases, carved mirrors that you’d not get tired of seeing yourself in and tables too pretty to touch, take the cake.
The store also houses vintage bicycles for toddlers that are more than just showpieces, tube light covers made with silk, trinkets that can be used for the garden, book ends, and wooden partitions to divide your house in a very old-school way.