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.

  • ARTICOLO ARCHITECTURAL LIGHTING

    Founding director and designer of Articolo, Nicci Green, is not only one of our most favourite people on the earth, she… continue reading.

  • Design Covet | Pampa Rugs

    Somewhere between the Atlantic coast and the Andean foothills in South America lies the Pampa region, a sparsely populated painfully… continue reading.

  • Design Covet | Life Instyle

    Around this time of the year makers, interior designers and discerning boutique owners Australia-wide have but one thing on their… continue reading.

  • Anchor Ceramics

    Bruce Rowe draws on his experience as an architect and his passion for producing functional yet beautiful ceramic products for all of his design for Anchor Ceramics.

  • Bas and Lokes | Love of Leather

    Bas and Lokes is one half, a hard working American gal now calling Sydney home (Bas) and the other half… continue reading.

  • &Tradition | Nordic Nous

    We caught up the insanely sweet Mr Martin Kornbek Hansen from &tradition at Designex, Melbourne, the other week for a cosy… continue reading.

  • Au Naturale – Bodie and Fou

    The new catalogue, styled by Karine Kong (one half of Bodie and Fou) and photographed by Francois Kong, is a stunning visual escape leaving you inspired to introduce a few natural elements into your own space…

  • Rogerseller | Wellness

    The Rogerseller showroom in Richmond, Melbourne has long been a mecca for anyone looking for the ultimate in bathroom luxe… continue reading.

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.