The new Tait showroom is now open in Melbourne, 176 Johnston St, showcasing Australian-made furniture, art and lifestyle accessories for the home and garden. With a commitment to encouraging local talent, the Tait store boasts a range of products from regional designers. Tait tait.biz
December 9th, 2009
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