Since opening in the Sydney market in early 2019, Innerspace has recently relocated from Marrickville to the busy George St of the Sydney CBD. With people bustling into the city again it seemed the perfect time to relocate and engage with the city, exposing the Innerspace brand to the Sydney market.



With an emphasis on Australian design and manufactured furniture coming to be at the forefront of peoples wish list, it was important for Innerspace to showcase these products to our customers directly and at a central location. Our ability to innovate and adapt our product’s design to the client's requirements sets us apart from others in the furniture market and now we can showcase this at our most recent large scale project, TQT at Grand Central Station, only 280 metres away.




Heading up the Sales team in Sydney, Luc O’Brien has worked tirelessly to bring the showroom to life looking after the renovation. Nestled amongst the ageing churches and architecturally surrounding heritage buildings Innerspace’s contemporary furniture in the front bay window compliments the new surroundings.

Managing director Jon Miles explains “With the continued growth in Sydney we wanted to be closer to our clients and to better showcase our products in a space befitting the Innerspace brand.  812 George Street has the character and charm that complements our furniture and lighting perfectly. We look forward to hosting our customers in a welcoming and sophisticated space in the heart of Sydney's CBD.’'


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Managing director Jon Miles with Luc O'Brien on the Pensive Sofa in the Sydney Showroom.

The interior space of the new showroom is flooded with natural light and high ceilings which allows the furniture to speak for itself.

Showcasing international brands such as Viccarbe, Missana and Sketch to national brands such as Rakumba and 31 Degrees, the new showroom provides a central location for our clients to test, touch and sit in these incredible brands.




So stroll past and come on in…




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