- Tastes in furniture vary, but Melburnians tend to be quite stylish. The furniture in someone’s home clearly reflects their personal style sense. From sleek and modern, to retro laminex throwbacks, furniture in Melbourne is just as varied as the food or fashion found here.**********
Modern and Designer Furniture (Pieces from $1,000 – $20,000)
121 Commercial Road, South Yarra
03 9820 1996
Stylish, modern designs with a lean towards minimalist.
Hermon & Hermon
556 Swan St, Richmond
03 9427 0599
Exclusive bespoke modern designs.
416 Burke Road, Camberwell
03 9809 2002
A wide range. One-off designs, limited ranges and mass-produced modern furniture all share floorspace.
7-13 Rupert Street, Collingwood
03 9281 1999
Cosh carry a handful of well known furniture design labels including Raush, Fisher-Mobel, and Versus.
Retro / Vintage / Funky
167 Beavers Road, Northcote
0404 451 663
One-off pieces and urban designs using recycled goods. Also carries select vintage pieces.
307 High St, Northcote
03 9489 4566
Gorgeous authentic vintage pieces, and new faux-vintage recreations that pay homage to the kitchsy feel of the 50s.
Budget (Pieces from $250-$5000)
Not the most stylish offerings, but good packages if you need to furnish a home quickly and inexpensively.
Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre, Victoria St, Richmond
03 8416 5000
The world famous flat-pack furniture master. Great basics and inexpensive home accessories. Cramped loading queue can be crowded and frustrating on weekends, so avoid if possible.
Mid-budget furniture with relatively high quality offerings. Recommended if you want to furnish a whole house and have it all delivered quickly.
Great bargains to be had, especially if a seller from Melbourne is becoming an expat and needs to sell quickly.