Adairs launches incredible range with indigenous artist Brad Turner

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An indigenous dotted painting is framed on a white wall above a timber cot with a matching patterned blanket over the top of the cot.
Indigenous artist, Brad Turner hand-painted each design of his collection with Adairs, including the framed wall art.

If you've been looking for a reason to spruce up your home, well, you have come to the right place.

The homewares experts at Adairs have announced they have launched a brand new, exclusive homewares collection with indigenous artist, Brad Turner and what a collection it is.

Launching on October 7th, the range is enormous and includes products for every room in your home including bedlinen for adults and children, doormats, mugs, bowls, pillows, lamps, and even includes yoga mats, tote bags, baby blankets, nursing pillows and oil diffusers - just to name a few!

The collection is designed to use a "colourful palette to inspire joy, hope and positivity," which we can confirm it certainly does.

Jalngay Ngahriyan quilt cover set

Every design of Brad Turner's collection has been exquisitely hand-painted including this quilt cover set, with the pattern titled Jalngay Ngahriyan. The artist has designed a collection of patterns and has given them an indigenous name which appears throughout the collection. The bed linen is also available in a Bindim sheet set and Biren Jagun Coverlet. The bed linen range has also been designed for children with cot fitted sheets and blankets. 

Image of a bed dressed with an indigenous orange and pink pattern quilt cover in front of a brown wall with a native plant to the right.
Brad Turner's designs are aimed to inspire joy, hope and positivity.


Dulgo Dumburru Chalahn Tote bag - $39.99

We love tote bags and this one is here to make a statement in your collection. Tittled Dulgo Dumburru Chalahn, the delicate patterns and earthy tones make a versatile accessory for any occasion. Exclusively available through Adairs, the hand-painted tote offers a unique addition to your wardrobe or serves as a special gift. Plus, you'll be supporting an indigenous Australian artist so what's not to love?

A patterned orange, red and pink tote bag in an indigenous print hangs on a brown wall next to a bed.
The tote bag enters the collection as a widely-accessible product for many.

Jalngay Ngahriyan Yoga mat - $79.99

If your at-home yoga sessions have increased lately then this one's for you. Coming in at a much lower cost to its big-brand counterparts is the Jalngay Ngahriyan yoga mat with its pale-pastel pattern designed to inspire joy and positivity. We love that it comes with its own mat strap so it's super versatile to transport while being easy to store.

A rolled yoga mat in a pale pink and orange pastel indigenous pattern.
The yoga mat is sure to inspire many sun salutations with its joyful pattern.

Bujera Jilbi mug set - $29.99

Mug sets are a no-brainer and we just love this offering from Brad Turner and Adairs. Whether you're buying them for yourself or as a gift, the Bujera Jilbi mug set is an affordable purchase that we'll all enjoy. It's clear to see that these bespoke cups are special with their unique design and hand-made aesthetic. 

A set of two mugs painted in dark orange indigenous dots.
The set of mugs make a wonderful addition to any home.

Bindim swaddle pack and play mat

When we said the range offered an item for everyone, we weren't exaggerating. The enormous collection isn't just designed for adults but for babies, too! Choose from a collection of swaddles, cot sheets and blankes and play mats for your little one. Oh, and there's a nursing pillow for the mums, too. We told you we weren't exaggerating!

Two swaddled babies lay on the ground next to each other ontop of an indigenous rainbow play mat.
Brad Turner's extensive collection includes a baby range with blankets, play mats, cot linen and nursing pillows.

Yalburu Jarjums wall art - $299.99

If you've got a blank space and you're unsure how to fill it, look no further. This beautiful indigenous dotted artwork is the perfect addition. This isn't just any print, but a unique, exclusive hand-designed piece of indigenous art from an acclaimed artist. The soft pastel tones will gently liven up your space and offer a sense of calm. Match the tone of the artwork by bringing in another element of his design like a blanket or lamp, both available in the collection.

A framed indigenous artwork hangs on a white wall above a timber cot with an indigenous-patterned blanket hanging over the rail.
Indigenous artist, Brad Turner hand-painted each design of his collection with Adairs, including the framed wall art.

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