Anna Spiro


FFF LOVES… Anna’s innate knack of combining vintage with modern and her utter passion for anything truly beautiful.

EAT: Hot Chocolate at Café de Flore in Paris and macaroons at Ladurée is an all-time favourite! 

EAT: In Sydney I love to head to Bills for breakfast or lunch. 

EAT: In Melbourne I love to have dinner at Caffé e Cucina upstairs on a cold winters night and a new favourite in Melbourne is The Commoner in Fitzroy.

SHOP: In LA I love to shop at Robertson Boulevard especially Tory Burch’s stunning store (I love her shoes) and for great home wares and antiques I love to head to Abbot Kinney near Venice Beach. 

SHOP: In Hawaii I absolutely LOVE the Ala Moana Shopping Centre — AMAZING!!! 

SHOP: In London, I always love to visit the Notting Hill Markets (Portobello Road). 

SHOP: In Paris I love Rickshaw Textiles — an amazing emporium of eclectic eastern textiles and antiques. 

SHOP: In Sydney I always visit The Market New & Old Wares (Shop1 19/23 O’Brien street, Corner of Glenayr St. Bondi Beach) in Bondi and I also love shopping in Woollahra — Pigotts Store is always on my list in Sydney as well as David Met Nicole and I & B Perryman for the best rugs ever!!  

SHOP: In Melbourne, I visit Tarlo & Graham for fantastic vintage finds and Market Imports in Armadale is an oldie but a goodie!! I obviously love shopping!!

STAY: In London I love to stay at The Haymarket Hotel which is owned and was designed by Kit Kemp.  

STAY: In Hawaii I love to stay at either the Halekulani or the old style Westin Moana Surfrider — both of which are beachside. 

STAY: In LA I love the Viceroy in Santa Monica which was designed by Kelly Wearstler or Shutters on the Beach — a bit of old style Hamptons in LA!! 

About Anna Spiro:
Anna Spiro is arguably Brisbane’s best interior designer and is the owner of New Farm interior design store Black and Spiro. Anna’s store has become an institution for lovers of the eclectic and has received international acclaim with clients spanning the globe.

Her new store features fully decorated rooms and nooks, allowing customers to see the latest trends and Anna’s colourful style in context.

People can expect to see a juxtaposition of 80s geometric shapes, big blowsy florals and eastern embroidered textiles mixed with European antiques and other vintage finds.