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Cabinet Handles – Why They Matter

Cabinet handles are functional, and they also add to the aesthetic of any room, complementing the overall design. When placed in bathrooms, laundries, en-suites, and wherever else you have cupboards, they need to be comfortable to use and durable.


It is worth investing in good quality, well-designed, ergonomic cabinet handles, as they will last you for years.


Why use cabinet handles?

We use cabinet handles to open and close joinery with ease, which is why it is essential to select a style that you can easily grip. If you can, visit a showroom and try out various designs, ensuring your hands fit comfortably into the handles you like. Pay attention to the overall feel and the edges – are they sharp or uncomfortable in any way? Kitchen cabinet handles get lots of daily use, and you must be happy with the feel and functionality of the design you choose.


Cabinet Handle Types

Cabinet handles are typically available in four models: knobs, T-Bars, pull handles, or edge pulls.


  • Cabinet Knobs: secured with a single fixing point, knobs are a simple solution and straightforward to install.
  • T-Bars: these look great either vertically or horizontally positioned.
  • Pull Handles: offering an upscale look, pull handles are functional and easy to use statement hardware.
  • Edge pulls: a modern and contemporary design, edge pulls lie at the top of the cabinetry for sleek, minimalistic style.


Material and Finish

Choosing a suitable material and finish for your cabinet handles depends on a few things. The priority is to choose a handle that matches the style of your kitchen. For example, if you have a traditional federation-style kitchen, choosing contemporary minimalistic chrome handles and tapware may look out of place. A soft bronze or brass could add elegance and authenticity, and porcelain handles are also stunning in a traditional kitchen.


Other finished include brass, glass, chrome, stainless steel, silver, brushed nickel, and matte black. If you need any advice on which cabinet handles are best for you, contact our friendly team at Brass Décor.


Handle Style

Think about the overall style and feel of your kitchen and your home. The cabinet handles you choose can influence the overall feel, so choose carefully.


Handle Size

Whether you are looking for kitchen cabinet handles or hardware for your laundry cupboards, handles are available in various lengths and sizes. Using the same length handle throughout any room, regardless of the drawers’ width, creates a cohesive, consistent look. If you’re not sure what size is correct, ask the team at Brass Décor for help.


Shop online at Brass Decor

Choose your cabinet handles from Perth’s respected period and bespoke hardware supplier, Brass Decor. We have an extensive range of period-perfect cabinet handles and hinges available to complement your kitchen design. We supply everything you need for a stunning and authentic period kitchen renovation.


Browse our catalogues online, give us a call or visit our showroom at 169 Stirling Highway to experience the best cabinet hardware in Perth.


Contact our team today.

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How To Choose Kitchen Cabinet Hardware To Match Your Décor

Cabinet hardware is the knobs and pulls attached to cabinets and drawers in the kitchen and bathroom. Hardware also refers to the hinges that allow the cabinet door to open. As you could probably guess, the main function of cabinet hardware is enabling easy access to the contents inside the cabinets and drawers.


What kinds of hardware are there?

The two most common types of kitchen hardware are knobs and pulls. Knobs are small, usually round, often seen on cabinet doors attached at a single point. Pulls are long, often used on drawers, and connect at two points. There is no set rule where you use the different types of hardware – it comes down to personal preference.


Choosing hardware style

The cabinet hardware you choose can help define your home’s overall style. Your hardware style is dependent on the type of cabinet doors and the overall design style of your home.


Match your cabinet hardware to your home decor

Have a look around your home. How would you define your style? Is your home modern and contemporary, or does it have more of a Heritage or Period feel? Every home or apartment has a unique style, and your kitchen cabinet hardware should match the rest of the house. 


Kitchen cabinet hardware is available in almost every style possible. If your home is modern, choose simple hardware with long clean lines. If your home has Art Deco elements, choose classic art deco style handles.


Kitchen Hardware functionality

Cabinet knobs are often round but do come in other shapes. Try to choose knobs and pulls that are comfortable on your hands – you’ll be using them lots. And, while it’s traditional to match your kitchen hardware finishes to your taps, you don’t have to. But keep in mind that matching cabinet hardware to your tap does create a cohesive look.


Consider the finish

Many people choose chrome or brushed nickel handles and knobs, but there are many other finishes available to add interest to your kitchen. Popular finishes include hand-finished antique brass, bronze (light to dark), matte black, satin brass, oil-rubbed bronze or aluminium.


Shop online at Brass Decor

From brass kitchen cabinet handles to timber and contoured cabinet handles, Brass Decor has what you need. We proudly offer Perth’s largest selection of architectural hardware in a range of metal finishes. We specialise in supplying hardware products and accessories for homes built in Perth from the 1840s -1950s but, we also cater for modern style. With over 25 years of experience in all facets of lighting and door décor in Perth, you’ll find your perfect kitchen handles with us.


Contact our team today if you are looking for brass, chrome, nickel, copper, stainless steel, bronze, or hand-finished antique brass kitchen cabinet handles.

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Bringing Art Deco Design into Your Home

Art Deco design never goes out of fashion – its geometric, simple, and symmetrical patterns add timeless sophistication and edge to any home. Originally appearing in France after World War I, the Art Deco style quickly spread worldwide due to its stylish interior colours and patterns. Art deco manages to complement both period homes and contemporary designs, adding flair and finesse to any room. It’s a look for confident homeowners as the eclectic glamour will elevate the simplest of spaces to new heights. But how do you seamlessly integrate art deco styling into your home? Read on to learn more.


Choose Shiny Metals

Modern homes often use brushed nickel fixtures and fittings for their handles and appliances. Add touches of Art Deco style by swapping these for shiny metals. In the 1920s and ’30s, people used metals to line furniture and make things shine as they loved bronze and chrome accent pieces. Use this trend in your home by adding shiny metal accent pieces and finishes.


Choose Geometric Designs

Symmetry is crucial for any Art Deco interior design. Look for creative forms and patterns in light fittings to add Art Deco flair. Products like wallpaper, bedding, and curtains are the perfect accent pieces for any Art Deco design.


Choose Bold Colours

The Art Deco period used contrasting colour choices to modernise interior spaces. Choose bright, luxurious throw rugs and cushions to accessorise in Art Deco style.


Install Retro Art Deco Light fittings and Fixtures

Lighting is a pivotal element in any home, but it is imperative to be brave when decorating in Art Deco style. Choose oversized statement pieces. Consider layering chandeliers to make an impact and look for bronze, chrome, brass, or crystal styles. If you want to emulate an intimate 1920’s deco parlour feel, place ornate lamps around your home, remembering that symmetry is key to the aesthetic so choose pairs. Add brass-accented cocktail tables or a stunning chrome claw-footed tub in your bathroom to really demonstrate your commitment to this interior design style.


Bring Art Deco into your Perth home

While Art Deco design has specific roots in history, it’s a look that is still trending in homes today. Embrace contrasting colours, metallic surfaces, and the geometric style of this aesthetic by selecting glamorous finishes and plush textiles.


Shop online at Brass Decor

Choose your art deco accessories from Perth’s respected period and bespoke period supplier, Brass Decor. We have an extensive range of pieces available to complement your home’s unique style.


Browse our catalogues online, give us a call or visit our showroom at 169 Stirling Highway to view some of the best art deco handles and light fittings in Perth.


Contact our team today.

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Creating The Perfect Traditional Bathroom

Here at Brass Decor, we are passionate about period homes and accessories. We thought we’d show you how to create the perfect traditional (federation) style bathroom in your home. The Traditional style home holds a special place in the heart of many Australians. They are full of charm and laced with nostalgia, a timeless aesthetic that remains a popular choice, even in modern builds.


Read on to learn more about all the elements you’ll need to create a traditional bathroom in your house.


Basin / Sink

There are plenty of options available, from inset basins and under-counter basins to consoles and pedestals. We stock a small range of bathroom basins in various styles, so give us a call and we’ll help find the perfect piece for your Heritage, Period, Art Deco, or contemporary style bathroom.


Tapware & Accessories

Traditionally, chrome is a safe choice for classic style, but antique brass and copper offer extra elegance and glamour, or for a modern twist, consider brushed nickel or matte black or PVD covered tapware. PVD coating (Physical Vapor Deposition coating) is a high-tech process that covers the tapware to provide high-performance durability – extending the life of your accessories. Also, try to match your door hardware to the taps as well to create a cohesive space.


Toilet Suite

Modern Traditional style toilets come with new technology and are available in various configurations such as the back-to-wall suite, wall-faced pan, or even wall-hung models.

Choose a Waterwise option if possible.


Floor Tiles

It’s hard to go past black and white chequered tiles in a traditional bathroom setting, but wooden floorboards are also an excellent choice.


Subtle Greys and soft hues

Soft, muted greys and colours imbue a classic, timeless feel to traditional bathrooms. They create an elegant, calming environment to help you soak the stresses of the day away.



Good, functional lighting in a bathroom is imperative for conducting your ablutions in a well-lit environment. It’s also essential to create ambience in the bathroom, and lighting is one of the best ways to do that. Consider using brighter lights in traditional style fixtures around the mirror and add mood lighting closer to the bath – or take advantage of a dimmer switch.


If you’d like some assistance selecting the perfect federation-style bathroom products for your traditional bathroom project, the Brass Décor team is always ready to help.


Shop online at Brass Decor

Choose your bathroom accessories from Perth’s respected period supplier. We have an extensive range of period-perfect tapware and bathroom accessories available. From Australian-made art deco tap handles to high-quality tap fittings, we supply everything you need for a hassle-free and affordable bathroom renovation.


Browse our catalogues online, give us a call or visit our showroom at 169 Stirling Highway to get a feel for the best tapware in Perth.


Contact our team today.

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Choosing The Perfect Curtain Rod: When Details Matter

The humble curtain rod is the quiet achiever of window treatments. Along with providing support for curtains, the right rod and window dressing combination can transform the look and feel of your room.


Read on to learn more about choosing the right brass curtain rods for your room.


Choosing Curtain Rods

At Brass Decor, we are passionate about every element of your interior design. Each piece should work together to create a cohesive and elegant feel. When you focus on the details, it influences the whole.


Your brass curtain rods should complement the room’s aesthetics, and the first step in choosing your rod is selecting the correct size.


Choosing the right sized curtain rod

First, accurately measure your windows. Typically aim for a curtain rod that extends 76 mm – 102 mm on either side of the window frame as this makes your windows appear bigger.


Standard curtain rod sizes

Curtain rod size depends on the window, and many curtain rods are adjustable.


Measuring tips

It’s essential to measure your windows accurately. Follow these simple tips:


  1. Measure twice to double-check your work, and round to the nearest 6 mm Measure each window, as even if you think two windows are the same size, it’s unlikely
  2. Add an extra to your measurements if you want to use finials.

Which curtain rods you choose will depend on the material and weight of your curtains. Heavy damask curtains should be paired with thicker brass curtain poles at least one inch thick, while thinner rods are best for lighter, sheer fabrics.


Choosing a suitable material for your curtain rod

Wood and metal are the most popular curtain rod finishes and work well in most rooms or homes. Brass finishes add sophistication and style to any heritage or period home. Boasting top-tier finishes, our selection of antique-styled curtain rod brackets and poles are the perfect addition to your period home.


The finishing touches

Now that you’ve chosen the perfect curtain rod, it’s time to add finishing touches with some accessories.


Finials: these are the decorative pieces that sit on the end of your curtain rods. Finials prevent curtains from sliding off.


Tiebacks: these hold your curtains back from the window when they are open and are a glamourous touch to any room.


Complete the look with Brass Décor

We know that choosing the right curtains rods can be challenging. Brass Décor’s range of period curtain rods is the perfect finish to any character home, from brass curtain poles to finials and tiebacks. Let us help you with your selection.


Please find our full range of curtain rods and period-specific finishes in our Nedlands showroom at 169 Stirling Highwaybrowse our product catalogues online, or call us on (08) 9386 6057 to find out what’s in stock to suit your period home.

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The Best Lighting For Every Room

You use each room in your home for a different purpose, which means each room has additional lighting requirements. Some areas need functional, task-oriented lighting (kitchen or laundry), while others need ambient, indirect lighting (living rooms or bedrooms).


The type of fixtures, the intensity of light, and the lighting location should differ between each room. Confused? It’s okay; we can help. Here at Brass Décor, we love matching the perfect lighting fixtures to each room or area in your home and have a range of options available.


Read on to learn more about choosing the proper lighting for every room in your home.


Living room


Often the largest room in the house, the living room should be a warm, inviting space for you and your family. A well-lit living room typically has layered lighting that creates a pleasant atmosphere. Your living room lighting can include a mix of ambient, accent, and task lighting (think chandeliers, wall sconces, table lamps, floor lamps, recessed lighting).


Kitchen lighting


As the heart of the home, kitchen lighting needs to be functional and flexible. The lighting should allow you to perform tasks during busy periods of the day and transform to ambient lighting when entertaining or relaxing at the end of the day.


Bedroom lighting


Stylish, ambient lighting should make your bedroom feel cosy, calming, and safe. Try to avoid harsh overhead lighting fixtures, opting for lighting fittings that create a relaxing mood. If you have a dressing table in your room, classic, tasteful Hollywood lights around the mirror can make make-up application easier.




When it comes to bathroom lighting design, you need good task lighting for everyday grooming and ablutions but adding a dimmer switch allows you to create a relaxation zone if you want to soak in the bath.




Exterior lighting is as important as interior lighting. Exterior lighting is functional, allowing you to move around safely a night, but it also creates a relaxing atmosphere. The lighting and light fixtures you use outdoors should reflect the style of your home, so choose wisely. We have a range of exterior lights and light fittings available to choose from, all designed to complement your period or heritage home in Perth.


Complete the look with Brass Décor



Our extensive range of light fittings and switches are available in styles such as antique brass, bronze, and chrome. We also stock light fittings and switches in brushed and antique nickel and glass and hand-blown glass. With countless modern and period house lighting options to choose from, we can’t wait to show you what we have in store.


Please find our full range of light fixtures and fittings in our Nedlands showroom at 169 Stirling Highwaybrowse our product catalogues online, or call us on (08) 9386 6057 to find out what’s in stock to suit your home.

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Antique Brass – All You Need To Know

For thousands of years, we have used metals such as brass, bronze, copper, pewter, iron, and tin to create everything from household objects and jewellery to industrial machinery and artworks.


Here at Brass Décor, we adore brass, and we are thrilled that it is back in fashion. Brass antiques are beautiful, and they are also hard-wearing, affordable, and rich with history. Here’s everything you need to know about antique brass.


What is antique brass?

Brass is formed from a blend of copper, zinc, and other minor elements. Each piece of brass may look slightly different. This is because brass’s essential blend alters depending on its intended use. From fireplace equipment to lighting fixtures, more copper results in a rosier colour, more tin resulted in a paler brass.


More about brass

Brass is more robust than copper and less likely to fatigue, making it a common material choice for decorative domestic wares. Most antique brass dates back to the mid-18th century when Birmingham was the UK’s main metalworking centre. Brass antiques made after the 19th century typically display a rougher finish. A pair of genuine antique brass candlesticks from the 19th century can fetch hundreds of dollars, depending on their style and age.


What colour is antique brass?

As we mentioned before, variations in the composition and alloys of brass can change the colour of each piece of brass. While colour variations are common, antique brass is generally a heavy, deep golden brown. It is not naturally bright and shiny.


How do you clean antique brass?

Tarnishing is relatively typical with vintage and antique brassware. Brass is naturally prone to oxidisation as it reacts to skin oils and oxygen in the air. This can be cleaned off. Your piece of brass may have been lacquered at some point to prevent tarnishing, but over the years, this can result in uneven wear. Older items may also show patches of dullness or small cracks.


Regular polishing will keep your brass antiques well maintained. We recommend cleaning brass by hand. Apply brass and copper polish with cotton wool and use a soft cloth to remove it. Don’t be tempted to create a household alternative as cleaning solutions such as lemon juice and baking soda will destroy your piece’s patina and avoid using water to clean your brass. Water can seep into the solder of the brass and erode it.


The Brass Décor team can bring help you with any questions you may have about your antique brass.


Why choose Brass Décor in Perth for your antique brass?

Our friendly and experienced staff will bring new life to your old brass hardware and accessories. Brass Decor has been working with interior designers, architects, and home renovators in Perth for over 25 years. Brass Decor is Perth’s period lighting specialist. We can help create a lighting plan to suit any renovation or restoration from Federation, Edwardian, Victorian, and Colonial to Art Deco, Hamptons style, and Modern homes.


Contact us for advice regarding your antique brass.

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Types Of Light Fittings And Fixtures For Your Home

You may not realise it, but lighting is the subtle element that brings your interior design to the next level. We are passionate about light fittings and fixtures here at Brass Décor and love sharing tips on getting the most out of your lighting options. From glistening chandeliers and bespoke ceiling lights to lamps, wall sconces, brass light fittings, and more, read on to learn about different types of light fittings and fixtures.


Types of lighting

Gone are the days of stark overhead strip lighting (the 80s were terrible). Instead, layer your lighting to create different moods. Here at Brass Décor, we stock a wide range of light fittings and fixtures destined to make your interior space feel welcoming and luxurious.


There are three main types of indoor lighting, and a well-designed room will include all of them. They are:


Ambient: This is also known as general lighting, and this light fills the majority of the room, allowing you to move around safely. Typical forms of ambient lighting are recessed lighting, track lighting, or wall-mounted fixtures.


Accent: This is used to highlight a focal point. Standard accent lighting includes picture lights, wall-mounted-fixtures, or track lighting. Ask for these lights to come with dimmers so you can change the room’s mood, depending on how you are using them.


Task: this type of lighting is used to assist in the completion of a particular job. Common types of task lighting include desk lamps for work, pendant lights in the kitchen for cooking, and outdoor lights, lighting the path to the front door.


Consider the size and aesthetics of your lighting fittings and fixtures

If your house is a mid-century design, consider pared-back simple fittings and fixtures that don’t overwhelm the space.


If your house is a traditional cottage, consider featuring period pieces to accent and complement each room.


Choose your fixtures to match your home

We all know that beauty is in the eye of the beholder but try to ensure that whatever fittings and fixtures you choose match the style of the rest of the house. And remember, your light switches are as important as the lights you choose. Make sure they fit your preferred aesthetic.


Brass Décor strives to ensure that our lighting range is affordable and brimming with variety. Our light fittings and switches are available in styles such as antique brass, bronze, and chrome.


Tapware and bathroom accessories

Good lighting is also crucial in the bathroom. Bathrooms are a vital part of your everyday routine, and you need to make sure every element in your bathroom fills you with joy. Brass Décor has a range of tapware and bathroom accessories available to match your lighting options. Enjoy the sleek finishes of our bathroom fittings, including brass, chrome, satin chrome, bronze, black and white porcelain, nickel, and copper. All styled to match your lighting fittings and fixtures.


Why choose Bras Décor for your lighting fittings, fixtures, and bathroom accessories in Perth?

As trusted suppliers and experts in the business, Brass Decor has an incredible range of products for you to consider. We pride ourselves on providing only the finest products available.


Contact us today to find out more about how we can help you find the perfect products for your home.

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Door Furniture: Which Kind Is Right For Your Home?

Of all the steps in renovating or building your home, many people might consider choosing door furniture an afterthought. But, it’s worth remembering that you’ll probably use each door handle multiple times a day, so they need to be functional and long-lasting, and they need to match the look, feel, and style of your home. A carefully selected door handle or doorknob will last for years and will accent each room to perfection.


Badly designed, poorly made door furniture will annoy you every time you use it. But how do you choose the right handle or knob for your home? Read on for Brass Décor’s top tips to picking door hardware for your doors.


First up, you need to decide whether you want a handle or knob?

These are two different things, with pros and cons to each.


Door handles

The lever on regular door handles helps increase grip and allows people with limited strength and dexterity to easily use them rather than grip a smooth round doorknob. This lever is perfect for those living in their forever home, ensuring accessibility for years to come.



Doorknobs are typically round or square and are operated by grasping and twisting to open the mechanism. For older people or those with reduced strength, doorknobs can sometimes be challenging.


When deciding between a door handle or a doorknob, it often comes down to personal preference and how they match your home’s overall style. There are many different designs and finishes for both, including material (brass, wrought iron, etc.), finish (antique brass, bronze, chrome and brushed or antique nickel), style (Colonial to Modern periods and including the Edwardian, Art deco and Mid-Century Modern) and colour.


Interior style

Is your home modern and contemporary? Or is it a heritage-listed cottage in the foothills of Perth? Each home will have a different style, and the door furniture should accent and complement this style. It would look strange to have ultra-modern, sleek metal handles in a home that has been renovated to traditional standards.


If your house contains a mishmash of styles, blending old and new throughout, you consider choosing door hardware room by room. Here at Brass Décor, we specialise in supplying hardware products and accessories for homes built in Perth from the 1840s -1950s. With over 25 years of experience in all facets of lighting and door décor in Perth, you are sure to find your perfect handle or knob with us.


Shop online at Brass Decor

From brass pull handles to oversized pulls, Brass Decor has what you need. We proudly offer Perth’s largest selection of architectural hardware and light fittings in a range of metal finishes. If you are looking for brass, chrome, nickel, copper, stainless steel, bronze, or hand-finished old brass door handle or doorknob, contact our team today.

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How to Choose the Best Door Hardware for Your Period Home

What makes a period home? Is it the brickwork or the windows? Is it art deco door handles, federation-style terracotta roof tiling, burnished brass pull handles, or the paint palette?


The answer is ‘all of the above’. Period homes have a unique character blended from an easily definable set of design elements and a much more inimitable feeling of character and charm.


Every small detail, like the door handles we’re focusing on in this blog, offers an opportunity to re-capture a period of Perth’s rich architectural history with high-quality modern touches.

Benefits of maintaining and restoring period homes

Drive through some of Perth’s older neighbourhoods and you can see pockets of history preserved for a century or more. The suburbs around our Nedlands showroom has plenty on offer, from federation style workers’ cottages built between 1900 and 1910, to art deco which defined the 1920s and 30s.


Each of these design eras represented a time in Perth’s history. Preserving those memories in the character of your period home means remembering the charm that attracted you to the house, and carrying on a century-long legacy of unique design.


Easy ways to capture the charm of period homes

Know the style of the house


Before you go putting an art deco door handle on a Victorian home, it’s worth finding out more about the era your period home falls into.


  • Early Victorian: c.1804-1860
  • Mid-Victorian: 1861-1875
  • Late Victorian: 1876-1901
  • Federation: c.1890s-1915
  • Art deco: 1920s and 1930s
  • Post-war: 1945-1950
  • Mid-century modern: 1950s and 60s

Of course, it’s possible for a Federation-style home (also called Edwardian after the King of England at the time of Australia’s Federation) was built after 1915. And art deco still inspired architecture well into the 40s. There are even some gems of modern architecture which echo those eras.


But knowing what year your home was built gives a good indication of whether brass pull handles, Gatsby-style art deco door handles or more decorative and delicate federation finishes are most appropriate.


Consider colour schemes


Over time your period home may have seen a renovation, re-painting or additions. Capturing its original character can be as simple as matching the right federation door handle to the classic red-brick exterior and pressed metal ceiling.


Cohesive design aesthetics depend on the overall look and feel as much as the individual details.


Material selection


Hardware used in the original construction can be influenced by the location and environment of the house. An art deco home in Perth is likely to use native timber in the joinery and locally sourced metal for window frames, for example.


Keep in mind when you browse the Brass Décor catalogue that our Australian-made products are hand-picked to suit life in local neighbourhoods:


  • Made to be durable in Australian climates
  • Supporting local industries
  • Finished to Australian Standards
  • High safety and performance benchmarks


Bring it home with Brass Décor

From brass pull handles on interior doors, to art deco door handles that welcome guests with a classy touch of belle epoque bourgeoise, Brass Décor’s range of period door handles is the perfect finish to any character home.


Find our full range of federation door handles and period-specific finishes in our Nedlands showroom at 169 Stirling Highway, browse our product catalogues online, or call us on (08) 9386 6057 to find out what’s in stock to suit your period home.

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