Introducing ZIZO: Australia’s largest online homewares shop + I have vouchers for you win!


If you’re familiar with Temple & Webster, the you’re going to love their fresh new brand Live now, ZIZO is a furniture and homewares shopping website offering a world-class online experience, a local service team and a focus on product range. With over half a million registered members, ZIZO’s primary focus is simplicity, service and speed, giving shoppers instant access to over 100,000 products from more than 800 brands. ZIZO offers something for everyone!

ZIZO is also making shopping easy thanks to its extensive, easy-to-read product information and descriptions, fast delivery (with most orders leaving the warehouse network within 48 hours), free delivery Australia wide on over 5,000 products, white-glove two-man delivery for select premium furniture pieces, Australian-based service team available via phone and email and a new world-class website.

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Always keeping it fresh, ZIZO updates its catalogue regularly with over 1,000 new products added weekly – accommodating every style, every budget and every room. It’s a one-stop homewares shop!

In light of ZIZO’s launch, I have 4 x $50 vouchers for my readers. To see what’s on offer, visit the ZIZO website to browse thousands of products. PLUS, answer this question below to be in the running to win one of the vouchers.

CLOSED. Winners were emailed directly.

Happy shopping! ♥ KC.

Giveaways are in accordance with my disclosure policy. Giveaway is based on skill. Entries open to Australian residents only. Competition closes Friday 30 October, 2015, 5pm AEST.

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  • Val Brown says:

    Hi there
    Last year I bought some great furniture from ZIZO – sleek black high gloss Entertainment Unit, matching Buffet & Lamp Table. Now I’m looking for a Small Dining Table – 900 x 1200, but I can’t find their website again. Hoping you can help me!

    • Katrina says:

      I think they may have been in with Temple & Webster?