TAIT Outdoor Sydney opened on Friday 6 May, giving Sydneysiders the chance to see the complete TAIT Outdoor range, alongside other locally made product, in one destination. The Sydney showroom is based around the same fun, vibrant and inspiring concept as the Fitzroy showroom designed by Ryan Russell – but it’s twice the size of […]
May 10th, 2011
TAIT Outdoor Sydney opened on Friday 6 May, giving Sydneysiders the chance to see the complete TAIT Outdoor range, alongside other locally made product, in one destination.
The Sydney showroom is based around the same fun, vibrant and inspiring concept as the Fitzroy showroom designed by Ryan Russell – but it’s twice the size of the Melbourne showroom, letting you view not only the entire range but also numerous finishes and colourways.
Pop in for a visit soon at 611 Elizabeth Street Redfern.
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