DOMO

DOMO

DOMO

Importing coveted furniture and lighting by world-esteemed brands, DOMO has established its position at the forefront of premium furniture retailing in Australia.

Founded by Francesco Novembre in 1984, DOMO offers an extensive contemporary collection, while still retaining classic pieces that complement all styles of interior design – both indoor and outdoor.

DOMO imports over 12 international collections including Ligne Roset, de Sede, Sika Design, Wittmann, HC28 & HC28 Cosmo, Duvivier, Point, KUN Design and Arte Brotto to name a few. Unique brands such as Pulpo (lighting, accessories & furniture) and a strong rug collaboration with Halycon Lake form part of the overall offering that DOMO utilises to create the perfect look for clients.

Each brand is unique in its design, originality, and vision, yet they are unified by their exceptional quality, craftsmanship and style. It’s furniture that will last and therefore a solid investment, bringing pleasure for years to come.

With 50 staff Australia-wide, DOMO’s team has a passion for offering the best customer service and expert advice. Whether it be for commercial or residential applications our experienced and professional staff, support our clients; we listen, communicate, and collaborate to bring your vision to fruition.

We are not afraid to mix, we will include your beloved pieces into the picture and work within your budget. Our team is here to help you achieve your goals.


Showroom Locations

Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.

Richmond / Melbourne
Sandringham / Melbourne
Ligne Roset Paddington / Sydney
Alexandria / Sydney
North Adelaide
Bowen Hills / Brisbane

Projects Featuring DOMO Products


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