ISSUE 13  |  Urban Living

Small Footprint Furniture from a Melbourne Design Duo

August 03, 2016 8:00 AM

BY Lauren Shooster

Jardan is a family-owned Australian furniture company founded in 1987 by two brothers—Nick and Mike Garnham—who are committed to producing pieces that evoke the ease of Australian living. Working with a team of craftspeople in Melbourne, the company makes sustainable and stylish furniture (their manufacturing process is endorsed by the Green Building Council of Australia). See the full collection online and contact Jardan for furniture pricing and availability.

Jardan Furniture Harvest Chair

Above: A modern take on the iconic safari chair, the Harvest Chair comes in oiled American oak with a deep saddle marine leather sling.

Jardan Furniture Finley Bed

Above: An elegant bed that gets better with age: the Finley Bed is a queen-size American oak frame with nude sling headboard in veg-tanned leather.

Jardan Furniture Finley Bed

Above: A profile view of the Finley Bed.

Jardan Furniture Olba Stool

Above: The Olba Table is a humble side table with tapered legs in clear lacquer—an Australian take on the beloved three-legged stool.

Jardan Furniture Otto Table

Above: A revised trestle dining table is available in Southern ash or American oak. The Otto Dining Table is pictured here with contrast feature rail in pale gray.

Jardan Furniture Otto Bench

Above: Also from the Otto range, a bench with breadboard detailing. The Otto Bench is made to order in solid American oak with a contrast color option.

Jardan Furniture Wilfred Sofa

Above: The Wilfred Sofa has a timber frame with loose upholstered cushions in safari dusk. The range includes both sofas and armchairs.

Jardan Furniture Edie Bookshelf

Above: The Edie Bookshelf is a streamlined cross-brace bookshelf with blue steel powder-coated rails and oiled American oak shelves.

Jardan Furniture Noah Wardrobe

Above: The Noah Wardrobe features book-matched grain doors, an interior brass rail, low shelves, and additional drawer storage.


Above: The Archie Sofa has a timber frame and cross-stitch detail on the back cushion; made to order in a choice of fabric or leather.

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