Jade and May Geelong Sleepwear, Homewares and Gift Shop
Wadawurrung Country, 17a Rutland St, Newtown (Geelong)
Jade and May has moved from online to our very first concept space in the creative hub 'The Mills' in Newtown, Geelong and we are now stocking so much more than our own brand of luxurious sleepwear and pyjamas!
Think vibrant homewares and bedding, woollen rugs, Moroccan Slippers, natural skincare and haircare, botanicals, sleep sprays, local art, Mexican Folk Art, Hand Made ceramics, Moroccan Homewares, Kerrie Knuckey Art, lighting, W Pico Miracle Candles, Take it Back to New macrame rainbows, overnight + beach bags, handmade jewellery, House of Sam handmade leather goods, Ikigai Home Ceramics, cushions, bright and colourful shower caps, body + bath products, homewares, gift boxes, handpainted cards and much much more.
Some from near, and others from far - you'll find something fun, colourful and quirky here in our Sleepwear Store to make the perfect gift for you.. or someone special!
'The Mills' is an old Woollen Mill nestled between the banks of the Barwon River and Rutland St with the the leafy end of Pakington St - or as known to local residents as 'The river end of Pako' - right around the corner. The Woollen Mill was originally established in 1922 to provide employment to returned servicemen from the Great War as a community enterprise and a small section is now still in operation. The remainder of the building, along with others in the area now also house some of the Geelong creatives and makers that Geelong has always been known for.
Art Galleries, Artist Studios, Cafes, Jewellery Makers, Dress Designers, Pattern Makers, Furniture Restorers, Framers, Illustrators, Artists, The Happy Shoe Shop, Architects, Florists, Photographers, Videographers, Dance Studios, Wedding Dress Designers, Printers and more are who Jade and May are lucky enough to call our neighbours!
Why not come and visit our new Geelong Gift Shop, wander the street and finish with a coffee or a lap of the river - just like the Geelong locals do!