Founded in 2008 by Directors Colin Kupke and Shane Sinnott, Cosh Living began selling designer outdoor furniture from leading European brands to the Australian market. In 2016, Cosh additionally began supplying indoor furniture, and developed its own brand, Kett – that focuses on furniture that is expertly designed and made in Australia.
Cosh Living has showrooms in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth - and a workshop, warehouse and design studio in Melbourne.
Supplying both indoor and outdoor furniture ensures that clients can consider furniture for all areas of the home, knowing it will flow seamlessly throughout with quality, elegance and comfort.
With leading international outdoor brands Tribu and Dedon, Australian brand Kett, and supported with selections from Italian brand Potocco, Cosh pride themselves in providing customer service and a showroom experience like no other. The showcased collections are contemporary in style, defined by a strong design influence, high quality materials, craftsmanship and exceptional comfort.
Cosh Living’s experienced team provide consultations, sampling and expert advice across five Australian showrooms. They work with architectural, landscape, and interior design studios to bring projects and dreams to reality.
Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.
Australian furniture brand, Cosh Living invites you to live life well this summer with their extraordinary range of outdoor daybeds.
Timeless yet contemporary, the Kett team draws on Australian landscapes to inspire its designs.
Cantilever’s latest kitchen created in collaboration with Kett is called EDIT – which spelled backwards reads’ tide’. Taking inspiration from the recurring rhythm of a wave and its visual and emotive qualities, an affinity with the natural world informs the creative process, the colour palette and the kitchen’s engaging materiality.
When Cantilever was invited to co-design the kitchen space in Cosh Living’s new Richmond showroom along with furniture design studio Kett, the vision was clear. As the unquestionable heart of any home, the kitchen is an intuitive household junction all family and friends gravitate towards – and it was the universal and innately familiar appeal of this essential household space the design team set out to encapsulate. The result was EDIT.
With a new year in the mix and feeling of renewal in the air, we look at ways to rejuvenate the home for the year ahead.
Sydney – it’s time to get out and about and reconnect with the latest in design showrooms
Start creating your custom schedule with our complete guide to everything you need to know about the most immersive and multi-dimensional design event of the year!
For the second issue of The Habitus Edit we are looking at Internal Courtyards across the Asia Pacific Region perfect for coastal and inland locations alike.
Thanks to the powers of Cantilever Interiors, Kett Furniture, and Cosh Living combined, we introduce to you the Frame Living System.
The Frame Living System from Cosh Living is a furniture solution for modern living – blurring the line between furniture and storage.
Whether it be woven from wicker, traditionally hand-knotted, or made of rattan and timber, there is something comforting about natural fibres and hand-crafted furniture.
Oozing personality and pizzazz, this Habitus Loves list of patterns is a great way to create a focal point in any room.
Celebrating the prodigious beauty of its location, this beach house by Bark Architects embraces nature and champions passive design to establish a simple but bountiful life for family and friends.
Designed by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, this bright and breezy family home is filled with sunshine, fresh air and open spaces.