‘eDecorating’ startup Milray Park aims to easily connect consumers with design professionals to conduct the whole design process online.
Bringing the customised approach to furniture is Furniture and Me, born out of a family business producing bespoke furniture for hospitality venues around Australia.
Designbx is an online marketplace connecting consumers with designers. Clients pay a one-off fee for the service, which includes a style board, floor plan, design folio, and furniture and homewares list.
Hart: Ldn’s interior design marketplace is holding its own by curating a network of Australian designers
If television is anything to go by, Australians love three things: sport, cooking, and sprucing up their homes. As a result, the interior design market is a crowded one, but new Sydney-based ecommerce store HART: LDN believes it’s found a gap in the market by focusing solely on Australian designers.
Given the popularity of the multiple renovation reality shows on our TVs, the announcement from home renovation and design platform Houzz that its Australian site has more than doubled the size of its local community since its launch last year isn’t all that much of a surprise.
The same way Canva democratises graphic design and Biteable democratises video animation, a new startup roomfood is set out to democratise interior design. Traditionally, keeping up with the latest trends and mixing colour schemes with the right furniture has been within the scope of an interior designer. Now with Shane Bradbury’s virtual design suite, roomfood, everyday consumers can customise, decorate and furnish their homes – all on a computer.