Furniture gems in Woodstock – Atmosphere Furniture

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Furniture gems in Woodstock

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Woodstock is an edgy, evolving neighborhood with hipster cafes, veggie eateries, art galleries, and trendy furniture stores that occupy old factories covered with vivid murals.

Whether you’re shopping for mementos of South Africa, unique items for your home, or simply browsing the stores for ideas, Woodstock is the ideal destination for all your decor and furniture needs. 

To make your gem-finding journey a little bit easier, we’ve put together a list of some of our recommended decor and furniture stores that are worth checking out the next time you find yourself in Cape Town’s coolest and trendiest neighborhoods.

Coricraft The Palms

Coricraft offers a wide selection of furniture and home accessories, ranging from dining room essentials to the perfect gear for your home office. However, what truly makes Coricraft  stand out is their couch studio, which contains couches that are made right here in South Africa, in each customer’s choice of fabric.


Address: The Palms Decor and Lifestyle Centre, 145 Sir Lowry Rd, Foreshore, Cape Town, 7925

Mulholland Interiors

In addition to offering a range of bespoke furniture and accessories, Mulholland also offers stunning metalwork ranging from tables to custom metal wall units. If you need some help making your decision, they also offer full interior design services, as well as a home sale preparation service.


Address: 145 Sir Lowry Rd, Woodstock, Cape Town, 7925

Atmosphere Furniture 

Our three-story showroom doubles up as a contemporary and eclectic home-goods store, showcasing furniture and homeware that has been globally sourced or locally manufactured. Our store is filled with uniquely French coloured pieces and boasts a wide selection of stunning occasional chairs which are exclusive to Atmosphere Furniture.


Address: 224 Sir Lowry Rd, Woodstock, Cape Town, 7925



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