For over three decades, DOMO remains Australia’s exclusive stockist of Europe’s most prestigious and sought-after European furniture brands along with a selection of other global brands.
Founded by Francesco Novembre in 1984, DOMO is dedicated to delivering a careful selection of quality classic, contemporary indoor and outdoor furniture ranges that last a lifetime.
Online shopping can be handy but it’s no substitute for trying, testing and visually experiencing how products work together. DOMO’s showrooms reflect this mixing Contemporary, Classic and Occasional with aplomb. Today, DOMO stocks over 12 international collections including Grange, Ligne Roset, Sika Design, Roda, Marchetti, Duresta and de Sede to name a few.
Mutual commitment to quality, craftsmanship and customer service unite DOMO with each of its brands. DOMO looks for practicality in design, originality and vision when it comes to selecting furniture for its clients which includes both the professional design community and private buyers alike.
With more than 50 staff Australia-wide, the team has a passion for offering the best customer service at its seven showrooms across Australia, located in Victoria, South Australia, Queensland and New South Wales.
Click the locations below for more information on each showroom.
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