Stylecraft has been providing furniture of original, contemporary design for 60 years. First established in Melbourne, Stylecraft is now represented in six showrooms around Australia together with an office in Singapore.

Our product offering is suitable for commercial, educational, hospitality and residential spaces and is a collection of Australian designed and manufactured furniture and international brands that we represent on an exclusive basis. Our European collection includes Arper, Tacchini, Verzelloni and Sipa from Italy, Akaba, Stua and Vilagrasa from Spain, Cascando from the Netherlands, Prostoria from Croatia and Maiori from France. Japanese companies, Ritzwell and Karimoku New Standard, offer traditional craftsmanship with a contemporary aesthetic to complement the European product offering.

Our local brands include LEN by Helen Kontouris, Ross Gardam, Keith Melbourne, ESO, Thinking Works, Skeehan Studio and Urban Commons, together with our own exclusive in house collections designed and manufactured in Australia.

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Stylecraft has been providing furniture of original, contemporary design for 60 years. First established in Melbourne, Stylecraft is now represented in six showrooms around Australia together with an office in Singapore.


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