Good Form and Mr Bigglesworthy

Monday10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Tuesday10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Wednesday10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Thursday10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Friday10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Saturday10:00 am – 3:00 pm.

SundayClosed.

15 Williamson Avenue, Grey Lynn, Auckland

021 672 446

For those seeking tasteful interior inspo, we guarantee you’ll find it at Auckland's Good Form and ​​Mr Bigglesworthy. From the second you enter these stores, it’s clear the team cares about one thing above all: great design.  

Speaking of the team, Good Form and ​​Mr Bigglesworthy are the doing of two of New Zealand’s leading interior tastemakers. Dan and Emma Eagle are the creative duo behind the brands, offering Aucklanders access to both vintage treasures and curated modern pieces. 

Dan has a knack for sourcing high-quality retro furniture, while Emma sits at the helm of design and branding. Together, they’ve built Mr Bigglesworthy into a go-to brand for vintage nerds in the know. 

The Ponsonby gallery offers an entirely unique shopping experience. Here you’ll find sought-after mid-century modern furniture, as well as contemporary art and design. From iconic Charles and Ray Eames pieces to sculptural Danish seating, no two visits to the store are quite the same. 

Dan and Emma’s latest venture expands on their passion for design in a modern way. Good Form is a furniture and lifestyle store sure to elevate your interior game. The offering is all about timeless design, curating products from desired international brands like Ercol, Warm Nordic and Astep. 

Throw seasonality out the window; Good Form encourages you to choose items that last a lifetime. You’ll find well-crafted furniture pieces for sleeping, dining and living, but should you be after a lighter refresh, there’s plenty to spark your fancy. Get lost in the selection of statement rugs, artistic vases and considered lighting elements. 

Drop by these Ponsonby stores for a moment of indulgence, where you can immerse yourself in the fabrics, scale and feel of the store. Plus, there’s also a coffee machine on hand—pure luxury. 

Words by Jess Willemse & Photography by Delena Nathuran

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Location

15 Williamson Avenue, Grey Lynn, Auckland

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