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Australias Favourite Furniture Styles  Stats
SMPP Software ProviderAt Brosa, we’re so​ ​passionate about furniture, we recently conducted one of Australia’s most comprehensive furniture surveys. The survey was simple yet effective; we​ ​asked over 3,700 Aussies from every territory and state to choose their favourite furniture style from 11 distinct choices, such as industrial, cottage and Scandinavian. After months of collecting data, we then extrapolated the key findings​ ​-​ ​delving​ ​deep into age, gender and location preferences - to​ ​reveal​ ​some illuminating​ ​furniture style trends across the country. The eye-catching results will be sure to aid any furniture hunters​ ​or interior design fans​ ​looking to find the latest inspiration and to know which​ furniture​ styles are resonating in 2016 and beyond. We hope you enjoy reading about the hottest furniture styles in Australia as much as we enjoyed creating the survey.​ ​Don't miss the results here.
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