Send us a photo of the furniture you want and we’ll build it
Our latest customer projects shows that you can create a stylish home without spending a fortune.
You know that feeling, you see the perfect furniture for your home in a magazine or on the internet and look up the price… it’s way out of range for your budget… But clever home makers have a secret weapon, that’s us, Sydney Lounge Specialists.
Just send us a photo of the furniture you want, and we’ll work out a price to suit your budget and build your own custom furniture in the exact size and fabric style to fit perfectly into your space.
Our latest furniture designs match contemporary trends, simple yet functional, with a sophisticated look, combining good aesthetics with function.
Furniture design and the unique space needs of the city-based home
You might have spotted your perfect lounge sofa and discovered that it doesn’t fit into your Sydney city home. All our sofa furniture are customisable and multi-functional which creatively maximise space. We know that furniture must not only fit your room, they must be deliverable despite limited access due to narrow doors, tight staircases, etc.
Our Australian-made furniture is better crafted and more environmentally friendly, you can see a list of our quality building materials and suppliers here.
Our goal is to help make your home comfortable, functional and beautiful.
“We are in love with our lounge. Thank you so much, its everything I wanted and more. So so happy with the colour.”
A BIG Thank You to Jade for selecting us to replicate a design she saw in a Magazine.
DESIGN YOUR OWN MOODBOARD CHOOSE YOUR BASE COLOUR
Whether it’s ﬂooring or a wall, the base colour will be the largest area of colour in your room, so place a generous sample of it onto your board. Including carpet samples will help you think about texture, too.
ADD AN ACCENT TONE
Want to try a dramatic contrast or an accent just a few tones away from your base colour? Use your moodboard to play with options and layer it with swatches of fabric, scraps of wallpaper and paint colour charts.
INTERIOR DECORATING, FOLLOW THE 3 GOLDEN RULES
THE 70-20-10 RULE
For a balanced scheme, keep 70% of the elements (say, walls and ﬂoors) as one colour, then add 20% in a second colour (fabrics) and 10% in an accent (accessories).
THE PATTERN RULE
When mixing patterns, use large with medium or medium with small, never large with small. Pick prints that share a colour in common.
THE PAINTED BOX RULE
The look of paint changes according to the time of day and the amount of light that is in a room. Paint the inside of a large box with a tester to create a miniature ‘room’ and see how the colour changes within a 3D space, according to the time of day and the amount of light that is in a room. Paint the inside of a large box with a tester to create a miniature ‘room’ and see how the colour changes within a 3D space.
AND FINALLY… Always add a surprise. A focal point – whether it’s a feature wall or a piece of art – is the short cut to a ‘wow’ room.