Lifestyle products from wall art to kitchenware

At est HQ we believe in finding the joy in everyday living. Whether you surround yourself with must have designer pieces or treasured family heirlooms, each and every item should be considered for its inherent value to your family’s well being. To enjoy a relaxed, contemporary lifestyle requires consideration of each and every purchase – whether it be for wall art or basic kitchenware. Our product pages consider modern Australian style, global trends and local craftsmanship. When it comes to statement pieces for a modern living room, est living considers all aspects from design conscious technology showcasing the beauty of electrical appliances to tactile and inherently unique product design. Whether you’re in need of a bathroom revamp or a mini makeover we’ll show you how to get the look in order to create your own bathroom masterpiece.  For every day essentials there is the Menu salt & pepper Bottle Grinder set by Norm Architects and wall décor from some of our favourite furniture brands. From marble wall murals to custom wallpaper, we’ll show you how to add designer wallpaper to add more depth and character to your room in conjunction with selected pieces of wall art. We search for the very best products to help you lead a design inspired life along with  organic products designed to promote sustainable living. For est it’s all about matching products to your desired lifestyle.

  • Edra Essential Sofa

    Designed by Franco Binfare, the new Essential sofa from Edra explores the living area as the centerpiece for home activity.

  • Industrial Kitchen

    Add a little European influence into the mix to create your own stylish, and individual, industrial kitchen look.

  • Carrical House

    Get the look from our latest issue: We break down the key features of the enviable Carrical House kitchen by Rob Mills architects.

  • The Winter Grey Edit

    Our colour palette is led by winter grey right now as the brutal winds and looming grey skies take hold in the south.

  • Little Pick Me Up’s

    Shine the light on staying home in the holidays with these well designed, hard working pieces, beautiful art and a little pick-me-up in the form of gold earrings.”

  • Leather Strapping

    Leather strapping takes centre stage in these top design picks for the week, adding an alluring dominance and raw edge to furniture, lighting and homewares.

  • Made to Order

    A long mental wish list of made to order and off the shelf design pieces that we’d love to surround ourselves with.

  • The Line

    The Apartment’s much photographed concept stores in NYC and LA have added a third string to their retail bow with The… continue reading.

  • The Can Sofa

    Designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have created the Can sofa,  a customisable self-assembly design that can be put together by any amateur at home.

  • Amy Coombes

    When the husband-and-wife team of Amy and Adam Coombes launched Melbourne-based fashion label Kloke in 2011.

  • Ingegerd Råman x Ikea

    Swedish glass and ceramic designer Ingegerd Råman is the latest artisan designer to collaborate with global home furnishings juggernaut, IKEA,… continue reading.

  • Anaesthetic

    In the lead up to Australia’s premier design trade event, DEN Fair, held in Melbourne from 2-4 June 2016, we’ll be… continue reading.

  • VZUG Showroom

    It would seem that transforming the way in which our kitchen and laundry appliances are designed to work is not the… continue reading.

  • The Monument Collection

    Inspired by monumental architecture experienced during his travels through Europe and the Americas, designer Daniel Boddam’s Monument Collection honours simplicity,… continue reading.

  • Edra Standard Sofa

    The Standard Sofa: The design against which all other sofas will be judged. Hands up if your favourite way to… continue reading.

  • Mothers Day Gift Guide

    Whether you’re organised, or notorious for being anything but, consider this mothers day gift guide as a reference for what… continue reading.

  • Didier

    Ross Didier’s award-winning designs span the entire industry: from high-volume commercial products through to small custom objects. His versatility is… continue reading.

  • Protagonist

    Sticking to the aesthetic foundations of clean lines, immaculate fabrications, and unfussy luxury, the new spring lookbook by Protagonist has us weak at… continue reading.