KASPIA’S CARAVAN POP-UP is open at GARDEN LIFE, Cleveland Street, Surry Hills SYDNEY!

Kaspia’s Caravan is an exotic world of handcrafted treasures from the collections of intrepid stylist KASPIA and her partners at AFGHAN INTERIORS. Inhabiting the beautiful Garden Life showroom, Kaspia has transformed the space in a manner inspired by the cut-outs of artist Henri Matisse. After many years traversing the Far East, Kaspia believes you too can easily bring the romance of distant outposts to your home. Her wares include a superb selection of Afghan tribal rugs, Himalayan furniture, village baskets, unique gypsy fashions, textiles and the rarest jewels of the Nile.

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357 Cleveland Stree. Surry Hills SYDNEY. Australia | 1 December 2015 – 1 February 2016 | Open Daily 10am – 5pm

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8 thoughts on “Caravan

  1. so nice meeting you today. See you tomorrow for autographed book.
    Q. can I hang Indian wall hanging outside?
    49.5 degs on the road today

  2. Hi kaspia. I met you a week ago sat arvo. I want to purchase one of your rugs. I have lost your contact details.

    Nicola (from brisbane). You will hear from my husband jimmy who will be organising rug for my bday. Xx

    • Hi Nicola! Oh I remember you SO great you got in touch. I hope you like this rug review. I will be in the shop from Wed-Sun this week, hope that works! Let me know roughly when. Shop can be contacted on 0424576382 also to check if I’m in. If not, Kath will be working and she knows a great deal about the Afghan and Iranian rugs also! We have some beauties in right now. See you and Happy Birthday in advance! :) KASPIA

  3. Kaspia, saw your beautiful things on Pia’s blog. I love the beautiful little purses/bags listed at $25 and $35 —- but am in the USA. Is there any way I can purchase one or two of these and have you ship them to my sister in Portland, Oregon???? Love the things you have….. could make me immigrate! Leslie Bacon,

  4. A little confused. What is the connection between Kaspias caravan and Afghan interiors. Just checking that I have actually been there

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