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At home with Eureka Street Furniture

16 May, 2019

When Nathan Brisblat, the founder of Eureka Street Furniture, first arrived in Australia some 43 years ago, he came with a deep love of quality and originality. After falling in love with a girl from Brisbane and following her to Australia, Nathan brought with him a strong desire to build something special. He had spent his early years travelling in the markets of Europe and the Mediterranean and always had an eye for the unique.

The first Eureka Street Furniture store was opened in Brisbane in 1986, and Nathan filled it with quality crafted solid timber pieces. Most of the furniture sold at Eureka Street was constructed from recycled timbers, many of which were taken from popular Brisbane landmarks including Brett’s wharf, the Rialto theatre in West End and the Coca-Cola factory.

Today, Eureka Street Furniture has grown into a trusted household name, with stores from Cairns to Canberra. Although this family owned business has remained true to its ethical origins, still utilising recycled timbers in many of its ranges, Eureka Street Furniture now boasts a wide variety of modern, traditional and contemporary products. The family still travel the globe searching for unique pieces, always aiming to give their customers the best possible quality, value and service.

At Eureka Street Furniture you will find breezy coastal Hamptons inspired ranges, rustic country chic tables and buffets, delicate French Provincial pieces, elegant mahogany lines and impressive three and four bay libraries. Eureka Street also sells stunning lounges made from Italian leather, cosy fabric sofas and an array of occasional chairs, as well as an extensive collection of accessories. Please feel welcome to come and enjoy the ambiance in one of our beautiful showrooms. There is truly something for everyone at Eureka Street Furniture.

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