Living Edge

  • Milan 2023 | Six Brands Exploring the Future of Design

    Discover six brands from Milan Design Week and Salone del Mobile available at Living Edge that have captured an impulse toward the future of design.

  • A First-of-its-Kind Collaboration: Herman Miller x HAY

    Herman Miller debut their latest collection with Danish design house HAY, featuring eight classic Eames designs reimagined.

  • Insider’s Guide to Walnut Dining Tables

    Discover nine walnut dining tables from one of Australia’s most reputable furniture retailers, Living Edge.

  • Milan 2022 | Lambert and Fils Unveil Their Latest Lighting Collection

    Milan Design Week 2022 marked the European premiere of Lambert & Fils Silo Collection during their pop-up Caffè Populaire at Fuorisalone.

  • Living Edge Welcome NYC’s Bower Studios

    Contemporary New York-based furniture and product designers Bower Studios join Living Edge’s portfolio of internationally-renowned brands.

  • My Space | Buster + Punch Founder Massimo Buster Minale

    Founder and designer Massimo Buster Minale of London-based Buster + Punch invites est inside his newly renovated Stockholm home.

  • Nine to Know | Walnut Dining Chairs

    We curate a collection of nine classic walnut dining chairs, each reflecting a timeless union of material, form and craftsmanship.

  • The Edit | 2020 New Releases

    Fresh global design, inspiring objects and functional pieces: join us we uncover seven of our favourite 2020 new releases.

  • The Est Edit: Entertaining Outdoors

    Be it a sprawling green backyard or a petite paved patio, to mark the return of sunny-day gatherings we round up the freshest entertaining products.

  • The Est Edit: Floor Lamp Lighting

    We shed light on the sophisticated and sculptural floor lamp lighting that to elevate any interior.

  • Get the Look: Window Seat

    A stylish spot to work, rest or play the humble window seat makes for an ideal seating solution when you’re tight on space.

  • Get the Look: Country Weekender

    Favourite pieces for creating a rural retreat in your own home, by privileging raw textures and well-crafted materials.

  • Shades of Grey

    Grey is quickly becoming a subtle yet stylish aesthetic to replace sharp monochrome sensibilities. We explore how to get the look.