The ability to adapt to changing attitudes and trends has been an important factor in Carjo’s longevity, but one thing hasn’t changed at the 20-year-old family firm: its insistence on the time-honoured skills essential for fine handcrafted furniture.

New furniture industry player Ever Harvest will be showing at Furnitex for the first time next month, bringing two innovative products to the Australian market.

Pan Pacific Furniture is making a return to Furnitex following a strategic direction shift in regard to its product lines. Pan Pacific’s Tania Young said the company had re-structured its offer in response to customer demand.

Over the past 30 years, Via has established itself internationally as a specialist in quality dining, occasional and entertainment furniture, and decorator items. It has also solidly earned its reputation as a customer-friendly “boutique” firm

What will Sleepyhead unveil at Furnitex? As always, it’s a closely guarded secret and anticipation is intense.

A new player in the furniture industry will be promoting its ranges for the first time ever at the upcoming edition of Furnitex in Melbourne. Captain Cook Furniture hopes to carve a niche in the mid to high end retail market, according to wholesale manager Miiky Lu.

Marette Palo expected a warm response when the Inox collection was unveiled at a recent soft launch. She got rather more than that.

Melbourne outdoor furniture wholesaler Channel Enterprises is set to promote a new range of wicker furniture and stone tables at the upcoming edition of Furnitex, taking place from 15-18 July at Melbourne Exhibition Centre.

Historians remain divided about the origins of the Chesterfield sofa, though most agree the buttoned, quilted leather classic first emerged in 18th century England.

Shaun Chong was just 21 when he founded Insato Furniture.  Nine years on, the Malaysian-born wunderkind who correctly gauged that many others shared his tastes in contemporary design, can take pride in one of Australia’s most dynamic furniture companies.