Head turning florals, playful products, eclectic vibes. Designed to brighten up your daily routines. Get your groove on.
Dancing With Juniper is an Australian owned and Melbourne based textile house founded by artist and textile designer Hannah Stromberg. Whimsical painterly designs are unique and embody the organic nature of imperfections in the world around us. Our philosophy: beauty lies in the imperfections. Perfect is boring right?
Playful yet carefully considered designs, bursting with colour and botanical influences make up Hannah's eclectic collections. Textiles that make you smile, inspire you to get cozy, let loose, maybe even have a little dance.
Printed locally, our vibrant textiles are available for both residential and commercial interiors as well as on a curated range of homewares.
All the good stuff
Hand made in Australia
Original and striking textile designs by Hannah
Family owned and operated
Committed to sustainability with zero plastic used in our products and packaging
Meet the artist
Hi I'm Hannah, the textile artist and creator behind Dancing With Juniper. I live on the Mornington Peninsula in Australia, with my husband and son and grumpy little Staffy. Originally from the UK, and having spent much time in Sweden, where my husband is from, I draw inspiration for my work from all over, although my crafty Australian grandma introduced me to the wonders of the Australian bush from a young age. I love capturing its iconic beauty for the home.
One of my initial orders of a first ever design, filled with everyone's favourite Aussie birds was purchased as a gift for an older man named Barry. Barry could no longer get out of the house anymore but just adored sitting and watching the native birds visit his garden. The heat pillow requested was for him to enjoy the birds when he was unable to get outdoors. The print then became known as "Barry's Birds" and is still one of our most popular prints. I adore creating designs that you all love and constantly aspire to bring you as much joy in your daily lives as I hope Barry got from his native birds heat pillow.