Low in profile, minimalist in aesthetic, modular in form, deep in comfort; Bellaire by King Living is everything you desire in a modern sofa, and more.
Steelotto: (noun) a Melbourne-based design brand, deriving its name from two words; ‘Steel’ and ‘Otto’ – the Italian word for eight, a number historically symbolic of new order.
Derlot Group, in collaboration with Living Edge, brings the boldly unique furniture collection of Derlot Editions to Australia. A passion stemmed from creating honest and authentic spaces and objects, Derlot Group is driven by the approach of ‘thinking global, acting local,’ and looks beyond the boundaries with this captivatingly vibrant furniture collection.
Tacchini Italia pays homage to the masters of mid-century design with reissues of iconic architect-designed furniture pieces, now on display at StylecraftHOME.
At a time in which the whole planet feels fragile, Australian designer and creative, Sarah Ellison has designed a collection of furniture to ground your surrounds in calm and warmth.
Scandinavian design brand Muuto has embraced the new year with the release of furniture, lighting, and accessories design collaborations with Earnest Studio and Thomas Bentzen.
London-based designer and creative spirit, Adam Nathaniel Furman, has harnessed the subversive, affirmative and joyous powers of cuteness and the unexpectedly queer to bring us the PHaB chairs.
In collaboration with Broached Commissions, celebrated Australian designer–maker Jon Goulder has crafted a collection of limited-edition furniture that recounts his artisanal heritage.
Built on a wealth of knowledge and a passion for valuable design, Seaton McKeon of studio.mckeon, in collaboration with James Laffan, presents the latest furniture collection, Neatt.
Authentically handcrafted and masterfully finished; sustainably designed and environmentally friendly. What’s not to love about Artisan Australia?