What if you could have any piece of Jardan Furniture?
Archie

Archie

One of Australia's favourite furniture design brands has to be the ever so beautiful Jardan. From it's humble beginnings of a small Australian family starting up in 1987 to now, still owned by the same family crafting each piece in Melbourne with care and precision. (Not much has changed besides the size of the company)
I'm not ashamed to admit that I sometimes find myself wandering down Church Street in Richmond and peering through the windows of it's flagship store. I've even gone inside, sunk into a lounge and imagined I am just sitting in my fancy lounge room with a bunch of strangers coming by to have a look at my cool badass furniture!

Let's pretend I can own any pieces from the current Jardan range I like, what would I want? 

The lounge would have to be the Rufus, beautiful beautiful rufus in all it's pastel blue glory.

Rufus

Rufus

With the Iko coffee table for good vibes to put my feet up.

Iko

Iko

And underneath that I'd throw the monochrome Argyle Rug:

Argyle

Argyle

Over in the bedroom would be my dreamy Finley bed.

finley

finley

Though it needs a touch more colour, I guess I'd have to throw a Kompotti onto it: 

kompotti

kompotti

And of course a few bits of ceramics around the house wouldn't go astray. Maybe a pendant light, some colourful vessels and some plates and kitchenware for when guests come over.

They'd sit on top of my big gorgeous Flynn table of course:

Okay I really must get my head out of the clouds, which it clearly is with this post. What I am trying to say is that, well, Jardan Australia have everything you need to create the ultimate in luxurious style at home whilst supporting a the local industry. 
Oh how I pine for you Jardan, one day we will be together forever, but for now we must remain together in my dreams.