Eagle Remac: Enduring Appeal

20 April 2021

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The contemporary bedroom display is a Zen dream: clean lines, subtle detail and the harmonious blending of satiny wood and elegant bedding in soft earth tones.

“We do other pieces for the home, but essentially we are bedroom specialists,” says Jeff Ryall, the RMIT-trained designer who joined Eagle Remac in 2000. “Mostly we use veneers in viable, sustainable timbers, though we’ve recently introduced a solid timber line.

“The challenge is to create designs that appeal to both conservative and edgier tastes. “Our approach is to cast a wide net, while offering opportunities to personalize our furniture. It represents very good value. Our price points have remained stable and our products are affordable.”

The family-owned Melbourne company can also boast remarkable longevity. Established in 1936 by Reg Muir, the great-uncle of current joint owners, brothers Peter and Paul Gray, Eagle Remac underwent major change in the late 1980s when it abandoned office furniture and returned to its original forte, the home.

Peter Gray is optimistic about 2009. “The market is far more buoyant than we anticipated and we expect Australian-designed and manufactured furniture will benefit.”

Visit Eagle Remac at Stand M26




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