Australian Designed Napery

Napery might sound like a fancy word for a mysterious collection, but it’s really just a playful term for all the fabric goodies that grace your table and kitchen. Think of it as the wardrobe for your dining room table! From the elegant tablecloths that set the scene for your dinners, to the charming napkins that gently dab at the corners of your mouth, and those handy tea towels that are there to catch spills and sparkles alike – that’s napery.

At the Australian Museum of Design (AMoD), we’re taking napery to the next level. Just in time for Mother’s Day, we’re rolling out a collection that’s sure to add a splash of joy and a dash of artistry to any kitchen or dining space. Inspired by the iconic designs of the 1970s and 80s by Donald Clark, and sprinkled with the creative genius of artists like Kate Ceberano, our napery collection is anything but ordinary.

Imagine gifting your mum a piece of history and artistry wrapped up in a tea towel, or setting the table with napkins that tell a story of design evolution. Our collection at the AMoD gift shop isn’t just napery; it’s a tribute to the fabric of family, creativity, and memorable meals. So, why not bring a little piece of this playful and vibrant history into your home this Mother’s Day?

Largest body of Australian designs

Unseen by the public for more than 50 years

There’s nothing like a revival…

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