Freedom today held a grand opening of their new Hobart store with an official ribbon cutting by CEO Blaine Callard, together with head of retail Stuart Cole. The 1842 sqm location will showcase Freedom’s furniture and homewares collection with a focus on Australian design and style.
For the duration of the grand opening weekend (today until Sunday 26 February), customers can enjoy an exclusive discount of 25% off when they join MyFreedom* and free coffee by local brewer Wilfred Coffee.
Limited edition Freedom totes, designed by Hobart-based illustrator Sam Lyne, are on offer for the first 200 shoppers**, plus there’s events and workshops led by local businesses and creatives, celebrating Tasmania’s unique style and aesthetic.
Michelle Crawford, author/stylist/photographer, will host a tablescaping workshop in store on Saturday (25 February) at 2pm. Learn firsthand from the entertaining goddess how to set the table for Instagram-worthy goodness. $20 per person including freshly baked cake!
Instead of a traditional ribbon cutting, Freedom opted for a flower garland so they could reuse it in the store, created by Rebecca Williams of Farm Gate Flowers Tasmania. On Sunday 5 March, Rebecca is also hosting an interactive workshop in the new store, so customers can learn the art of flower arranging, and then take them home. $30 per person including flowers and a Freedom vase.
Bookings for both workshops are essential and places are limited.
Book the Tablescape workshop | Book the flower arranging workshop
Freedom Hobart | 174 Elizabeth Street | Hobart
*Offer available from 23-26 February 2023.
**Offer available to customers who spend $50 or more. While stocks last.