Cosh Living is a new and exciting indoor/outdoor concept store, offering an exclusive range of European designed leisure furniture. Leading brands include Rausch, Sifas, Fischer-Mobel, Some and Merane which in total offer an excellent combination of long term design excellence and fresh innovation. Company directors Shane Sinnott and Colin Kupke have strived to achieve a […]
October 22nd, 2008
Cosh Living is a new and exciting indoor/outdoor concept store, offering an exclusive range of European designed leisure furniture. Leading brands include Rausch, Sifas, Fischer-Mobel, Some and Merane which in total offer an excellent combination of long term design excellence and fresh innovation.
Company directors Shane Sinnott and Colin Kupke have strived to achieve a showroom different to any other where designers are comfortable to meander with clients and explore the range in a relaxed atmosphere.
The creatively designed showroom beautifully captures comfortable and stylish leisure living, bridging the gap between indoors and out. Interior flooring is a combination of stone, timber and architectural concrete while walls combine stone paneling, timber and painted brickwork. The showroom includes an outdoor section featuring an exterior kitchen and umbrella display.
Cosh Living invite you to visit its Collingwood showroom or visit on line www.coshliving.com
7-13 Rupert St Collingwood, Vic 3006
(6 03) 9281 1999
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