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Furnished Forever: Australian Design at its Best

Characterised by clean lines, crisp geometry, and a restricted colour palette, Furnished Forever is Australian design at its best. Furnished Forever was founded in 2017 by Canberra-based designers René Linssen and Elliot Bastianon, offering a range of highly functional products to cater for the commercial and residential markets.


Linssen and Bastianon both place great value on Australian manufacturing industries, and all Furnished Forever products are designed and fabricated domestically. With Furnished Forever’s home base located in Canberra, particular emphasis has been placed on manufacturers in the ACT and Southern NSW region to allow a direct dialogue between the brand and the industry, ensuring every piece meets the high standards of the studio. 

We love supporting our local designers and are thrilled to offer Furnished Forever through P4. Check out some of our favourite pieces from their collection below...




The pieces that started it all - the Stance collection of low and high stools are the ideal contemporary pieces for modern spaces.





Exemplifying Furnished Forever's approach to creating clean products with commercial durability, Benchmark incorporates the simple, geometric details found in the Stance collection, whilst adding an element of warmth and accessibility through the solid wood top.




Humble's strong yet playful proportions came from the desire to create a simple solid timber stool that could blend into any space.




Serra Long

Following along Furnished Forever's geometric design focus, their Serra Long occasional table effortlessly adds a sculptural element to any room with its smoothly curved steel plate under-frame.




Check out the designers' recent interview with Roman Cherfan from the Let's Talk Design podcast, where they discuss how the two of them work collaboratively to draw from their multidisciplinary experience to create artistic while functional and user-centric furniture outcomes, as well as the modern Australian design landscape. 




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