Holloway Removals has now attended the Denfair Interior Design Show for two years in a row now, transporting outstanding contemporary designer furniture to and from the conference.
Each year surpasses the last, with professional designers, architects and interior stylists showcasing highly-curated, reflective pieces; and this year is no exception. If you’re a member of the public looking to visit on the Open Day (16 June) or just a curious industry professional, here’s a map of exceptionally innovative booths you may want to visit.
A truly exciting company that plays with curved lines, colour and sustainable materials, designbythem highlights the vibrancy and playfulness of contemporary Australian furniture.
Armadillo & Co
Looking for beautifully crafted, tight-knit rugs that are ethically produced? Armadillos & Co’s minimal yet statement-making rugs are 100% handmade, crafted with sustainable fibres and are fair trade sourced. Better yet, all purchases benefit the local schools of the village weavers.
Experts at Scandinavian minimalism, Curious Grace features a collection of European designers who bring clean lines, bright neutrals, and impeccable quality to contemporary furniture pieces.
Manapan produces beautifully crafted wooden furniture, working with a roster of leading furniture designers. Owned and operated by the Yolngu people and spearheaded by Rob Crisfield, a furniture manufacturer from Melbourne, Indigenous art is incorporated into the furniture, making each piece a truly unique experience.
Inspired by the ancient Japanese art of Shibori, founders Pepa Martin and Karen Davis have crafted whimsical textiles, wallpapers and art that feature Shibori and tie dip-dye techniques – all with an Australian twist.
Known for award-winning, Australian-made wool blankets, Pony Rider features bedding, canvas, and wall art with textured finishes to evoke the rugged outdoors and roaming ranges.
Designing contemporary furniture for corporate and commercial environments, Zenith focuses equally on aesthetic and functional design used for collaboration, learning, sharing and focusing.
Inspired by the outdoors, Dedon’s signature ranges include sustainable woven outdoor furniture that effortlessly captures a spirit of casual, barefoot luxury.
A Danish family business spanning three generations, this year, Zuster’s Wilhelmina McCarroll will launch two luxury-hotel inspired vanity collections in collaboration with Reece Bathrooms.
Clean-edged yet sunny in style – Tait’s contemporary outdoor furniture marrys signature lines and curves with a comfortable, functional look.
Glamorous, internationally-influenced wardrobes are the calling card of Sagitine. The new Luxe Collection features a striking combination of Onyx leather and brushed brass gold.
Renowned for sustainable and authentic Danish design, this year Cult features stand out pieces from the award-winning designer, Adam Goodrum.
NSW Leather Co
Representing 66 years of expertly crafted leather and cowhide products, NSW Leather Co produces rugs, clothing, upholstery, and bags to perfection.