Brands To Know

australian designer brands to know

When designing a space, design furniture and objects play a crucial role in defining the aesthetic of a room. To help guide your own unforgettable space, we at est living curate the brands to know for those on the scout for new furniture brands.

  • Streamlined Simplicity Inside a South Yarra Townhouse

    Winter Architecture walk us through their highly functional rework of a family’s South Yarra townhouse, explored in partnership with Bosch.

  • Design Covet | Fashion to Furniture

    We’re looking at where sophisticated style intersects in fashion and furniture through the lens of Australian designers CJH Studio, Madeleine Blanchfield Architects, Hecker Guthrie and Templeton Architecture.

  • Refined Apartment Living with Mim Design

    In partnership with Gaggenau, we find bespoke luxury inside the Sussex Street Apartments designed by Powell & Glenn and Mim Design.

  • Illuminating Swiss Architect Peter Zumthor’s Remote English Retreat

    Forging a design-led collaboration with Chilvelstone House, we explore architect Peter Zumthor and Viabizzuno lighting’s mutual philosophies.

  • Belgian Design in the Kitchen

    In partnership with Gaggenau, we’re exploring the hallmarks of Belgian design in some of the country’s beautifully-resolved kitchens.

  • A Danish Design Story | VOLA

    We take a closer look at the history and craftsmanship behind Danish tapware VOLA, and how they’ve earned world-renowned status in the design community. 

  • Designer Focus | Carr in the Kitchen

    In partnership with Gaggenau, we’re taking a deep-dive into how Carr crafts their best-in-class kitchens with senior interior designer Rita D’Souza.

  • Clay Stories | Atelier Vierkant

    With their range exclusively available at Cosh Living, we explore how artisanal qualities continue to define Atelier Vierkant’s world-class clay collections.

  • Bathroom Covet | Six Freestanding Bath Styles

    In the spirit of creating a bathroom sanctuary, we explore six timeless bathroom spaces each showcasing a luxurious design element; a freestanding bath.

  • Exploring CJH Studio’s Inspired Kitchen Style

    We’re uncovering fundamental design details in the kitchen from our issue #35 cover star penthouse project, with CJH Studio director Cassie-James Herrick.

  • The Lasting Legacy of Rogerseller

    We’re celebrating the 125-year milestone of leading bathroom and kitchen retailer and manufacturer Rogerseller with our favourite product selection.

  • Brand to Know: VERPAN

    We’re celebrating the 50th anniversary of Danish designer Verner Panton’s most iconic designs – the VP Globe and Spiral pendant – with dedicated manufacturer, VERPAN.

  • Four European Bathroom Brands to Know

    Harnessing relationships with pioneering, industry-leading brands across Europe, we explore four of Rogerseller’s premium bathroom partners.

  • Showering in Luxury: Three Design-led Bathroom Collections

    A luxurious bathroom is a balance of form and function. Join us as we discover Tectonic, the latest addition to Rogerseller’s in-house shower collection.

  • Design Details: Shaping a Modern-day Living Room

    We take a closer look at Kett Studio’s latest Frame Living System under the Cosh Living brand as our inspiration behind crafting a well-curated and layered family living space.

  • Defining Kitchen Luxury with Designer Beatrix Rowe

    We hear from leading Australian designer Beatrix Rowe on how to deliver a luxurious yet functional kitchen space.

  • Modern Metalwork: Stainless Steel in the Kitchen

    We take a closer look at three architecturally-designed kitchen spaces that explore how the inclusion of a stainless steel countertop can elevate design.

  • Getting to Know Loom Towels Founder Mikala James

    In conversation with Loom Towels founder Mikala James, on how she’s established eminent looped textiles through an ancient Turkish craft.

designer brands for your next home styling

Cosh Living’s showroom captures the heart of Australian designer brands, placing outdoor furniture at the centre of its collection. The furniture touches on European influences while distinctly taking on the impact of Australian outdoor living – aesthetically pleasing and practical, just the way we like it.

Further abroad, the new range of lights from Paris au Mois d’Aout are inspired by old Japanese handicrafts. The lights are made from paper-thin cotton that hang gently like clouds softly illuminating a room.
Spaces of display equally intrigue us here at us, and in their décor brand space in Cremorne, Criteria Collection showcases furniture from all around the world. With a special influence from America, you are sure to fall in love with owner Rachel Fry’s celebration of unique and thoughtfully-crafted furniture, lighting and design objects.

Discover these and more with our est collection of brands to know.