Pinky's Store and Studios

Pinky's Store and Studios

Pinky's Store and StudiosPinky's Store and Studios is the shop 'baby' of designer Emily Green and stylist Beckie Littler.

Hosting a large range of ceramics, homewares, jewellery and kids stuff, Pinky's brings together the work of our favourite Australian makers and designers in a colourful and friendly space.

Pinky's is a place where you can get a wedding present, a 1st birthday gift or a treat for yourself. We have a cute cubby for the kids to play in while you shop and there's enough space to wheel a pram around!

Behind the shop is Emily's studio, three additional studios as well as a big multi-purpose space that can be hired for workshops and small photo shoots. says

If you're driving along Gilbert Rd in Preston, don't be surprised if a pop of pink and Ministry-Of-Magic-green tiling catches your eye. This is Pinky's-a pastel design and homewares wonderland from local artist Emily Green and stylist Beckie Littler. AKA your new happy place.

Your passion for Pinky's will depend on your personal feelings towards things like: boutique earrings, illustrated tea towels, zany ceramic mugs, fun, happiness and the expression of human joy. Because Pinky's stocks all those things in abundance.

The basic idea was to create a studio and showroom for local artists, designers and crafty types. Somewhere you could pop-in on a Saturday and browse fresh talent, maybe grab a one-of-a-kind gift for your sister's 2 year-old. Emily and Beckie have been friends for years, and the idea of a cute retail space had been percolating for a while, discussed endlessly over lattes and playground swings.

"Becky and I both have 3-and-a-half-year-old girls, and I've got 10-month old boy,"Emily says. "We wanted Pinky's to be somewhere people like us could shop. Bring the kids. Bring the stroller. It's interesting your interests shift in terms of product as you get older. Bascially we're stocking things we'd like to buy for our own families."

And that family-friendly theme doesn't just run through the products-it's incorporated into the space. While you're shopping Emily's gorgeous range of designer earrings or sniffing Frankie Gusti hand-poured soy candles, the rugrats can chill in Pinky's dedicated cubby nook. And of course there's a great range of designer kids goodies from Milk and Masuki, Halcyon Nights and Tinker by Tinker by Printink.

Here's a few things we're crushing on. The 100% Merino wool beanies from local brand, Acorn. Tiny baby 'Be Cool. Be kind.' T-shirts from Shuturp. And of course Emily's eye-popping beaded necklaces (an absolute steal at $49.95-you'll wear these for life).

"We've got a big space here,"Emily says. "150 square metres. So there's the shop front, but then my studio behind that, and then a few studios out the back. We've got a couple of people in there already-a graphic designer and a painter."

The end plan is for Pinky's to morph into a sort of Melbourne design hub-hosting events and workshops, fostering new talent, exhibiting the best and the brightest. Watch this (very cute) space.

Opening Hours:

Monday & Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 9.30am - 4pm

Thursday: 9.30am - 4pm

Friday: 9.30am - 4pm

Saturday: 9.30am - 4pm

Sunday 9.30am - 2pm

❊ Address & Contact ❊

Pinky's Store and Studios⊜ 28 Gilbert Road, Preston | Map
28 Gilbert Road, Preston

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Pinky's Store and Studios 

❊ COVID-19 Notice ❊

Many locations have gone into lockdown as the state takes action to stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19).

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