Quince Living is an Perth based store dedicated to handpicked homewares and gifts. Many items are sourced from local designers and showcase the talents of British based makers and creators.
  • Ruthvenfield Road

    Perth,

    Perth and Kinross,

    PH1 3EE

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Quince Living

Launched in 2011 by interiors magpie Sophie and her husband Neil. Quince is your family run online store. Here you will find handpicked creations from UK Craft and Independent Makers, as well as some curated designs from well known brands.

Each item is lovingly handpicked for the store with fresh new designs each season. 

Shop small and help Quince Living support independent makers and creators across the world.

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