Hub Furniture is a privately owned family company proud to represent the best international brands exclusively in the Australian market. Many of our brand partnerships were established in 2003 when we launched our first showroom in Melbourne and again in Sydney in 2007. Since our inception, we have strived to achieve exacting standards of product, design, service and care.
We offer products in furniture, lighting, flooring and accessories - including art and sculptural objects. We recognise our responsibility as editors, bringing only the highest quality international trends and directions back to Australia. We source our products from destinations around the world including Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Tunisia, the U.S. and Canada.
Our dedicated commercial team are committed to customising solutions for small- to large-scale commercial projects. We are passionate in our commitment to our clients and work tirelessly to solve often complex challenges, where tight budgets and limited lead do not justify mediocrity in design or quality.
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At Hub Furniture, we offer products in furniture, lighting, flooring and accessories – including art and sculptural objects. We recognise our responsibility as editors, bringing only the highest quality international trends and directions back to Australia.
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