Over time we hope to showcase a collection of our stalls and their proud owners. We hope this will give you an overview of the variety and unique range of stalls at Attic and Barn.
Lexie is an original stall holder from when Attic and Barn first opened!
Coming from a family who love to find treasures and share them, Lexie believes her passion is genetic.
Lexie loves to give people the opportunity to fossick and to find something of value amongst her watches and jewellery, homewares and unusual knick- nacks.
Stall name: 'SAM'
Stall name: 'Essex Princess'
Jan is the owner of 'The Essex Princess' stall and loves creating new items to sell.
A lover of all things Rock 'n Roll she is a dancer herself and is inspired by the 50's.
Jan stocks 50's gear including handmade fascinators, hair pieces, sunglasses, petticoats, handbags and many other items.
Say hi if you see her because her bubbly personality will make your day a happy one!
Stall name: 'Nautical Twist'
Debbie has always lived by the bay and her creativity and quirky style flows into her stall.
Debbie loves having a stall at Attic and Barn and is focussed on filling the stall with beach themed, handmade items. We love her work and it's easy to see why she does so well.
Debbie's stall is named 'Nautical Twist' and she pops in regularly to stock it up!
Stall name: One little Starling
Sophie has been at Attic and Barn since it opened. She takes pride in her stall of vintage clothing being unique and quirky at an affordable price.
Sophie specialises in vintage clothing, especially Australian and Melbourne made where possible. She has an eye for rockabilly, quirky clothing which will definitely not be found on elsewhere!
Sophie enjoys having a stall and the friendly staff which makes it a pleasure for her to pop in and stock her stall up!
We have more stallholder profiles coming soon but while you're waiting, let us introduce you to Scara.
Scaramouche Matilda Barn generally sits out the front and flirts with the traffic, weather providing.
Occasionally Scara finds herself in a very indelicate position, such as when the wind whips up and blows her bike over. This can be quite unflattering and humiliating however Scara is a stoic woman of the world. She brushes herself down and continues to greet the drivers on the Nepean Hwy, as if it were her life long duty.
Good on your Scara!