More about Peter's of Kensington:
Company background and in-store shopping
Peter’s of Kensington is a family owned department store located near the city centre of Sydney - just a ten minute walk from central station. What makes it so special and why should you consider shopping at Peter’s of Kensington? Well, unlike other stores, Peter’s of Kensington is one of a kind. And not only because of the peculiar and noticeable pink building that they reside in. Have you noticed that almost every department store nowadays is a part of a bigger chain of stores? We sure as hell have. One might think that this is a good thing, but consider this - does the owner of a big network of stores really knows what happens in them? For those chains, a customer is just a cell in a spreadsheet. Peter’s of Kensington is proudly owned by an Australian family and has been operating in Sydney since 1977. First, as a small gift shop and later on as a full-size department store with everything that your heart might desire. They’ve started in Anzac Parade in Kensington and very quickly gathered a substantial group of satisfied customers that have grown very fond of the location. When they went up from a small gift shop to a regular department store they did their best to stay at the same address. So they moved to a building just across the road - 57 Anzac Parade, Kensington.
You must ask yourself the question - how come a relatively small department store can compete with big international retail establishments? Well, since it’s only one store - they can really take care of it and have everything under control. For them, you are not just a statistic. You are the vital part of business, the most important factor and it is their job to make you happy, not the other way around. So, no matter if you are looking for crockery, glassware, homeware or electrical appliances. No matter if you prefer generic brands or something that’s made it’s name in certain category. Browse hundreds of different brands, which include some really great companies like Wedgwood, Villeroy & Both, Royal Albert, KitchenAid, Nespresso or Ralph Lauren. Those high quality products are offered at great prices at Peter’s of Kensington.
In the year 2000, Peter’s of Kensington stopped being only available for tourists and citizens of Sydney. With the launch of their website, every Australian is within reach of great products that they offer. Their webpage is quite modern for such an inconspicuous store. You can take a interactive tour around the store, professional video reels from events and actions that are happening around the clock at Peter’s of Kensington. Immerse into delicious regional Greek flavours with Helena and Viki Moursellas, stars of My Kitchen Rules or hop on to a culinary journey around Turkey with Somer Sivrioglu, a leading Turkish chef in event called „The Tastes of Turkey.” Of course, the store accepts all kinds of different payment methods - MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Diners Club, JCB, Paypal and even AfterPay.
Peter’s Daily Deal and other special offers
If you are looking for a way to save some extra money you should start by checking out the section called „Peter’s Daily Deal” - everyday they propose a different discount for all sorts of products.
Save up even 50% from recommended retail price provided by manufacturer. The store also offers gift cards in two versions - eGift card and traditional gift card. Make those special people in your life happy and give them store’s voucher - you can choose an easy and fast eGift card which lands on the recipients email within minutes from purchase or choose more traditional paper gift-card that you can put into an envelope with chocolate and beautiful ribbon. Another interesting service provided by Peter’s of Kensington is Bridal Gift Registry. We all know how weddings can be difficult. Both for newlyweds and guests - future husband and wife want to have a say in the kind of gifts that they will get from friends and family and the guests are worrying if their present will be one out of five identical things from other people. This is why creating a gift registry is very useful, yet simple and pleasant endeavour.