Arthur G's annual factory sale kicks off on June 1. Photo - Lillie Thompson. Styling - Bek Sheppard

Inside Arthur G’s Cremone showroom. Photo – Timothy Kaye

Modular sofas, homewares, and timber pieces will all be available in the sale. Photo – Timothy Kaye

Furniture Brand Arthur G Is Holding A Huge Sale This Weekend

Shop high-end furniture (that’s made right here in Melbourne!) with up to 60% off in Arthur G’s annual factory sale.

27th of May 2024

Have you been waiting for a sign to upgrade your sofa? Well look no further, because Arthur G’s biggest sale of the year returns this weekend.

The Australian furniture brand is offering up to 60% off a selection of new and ex-floor stock for two days only.

You’ll be able to find everything from the best-selling Orb Modular to apartment-sized sofas, iconic occasional chairs, solid hardwood dining tables, beds, ottomans and homewares.

Arthur G is known for its expansive (and luxurious) fabrics, which means there’ll be plenty of options to pick from, including iconic prints, Italian leathers, plush velvets, and classic neutral upholsteries available on a huge array of designs.

Located within Arthur G’s manufacturing facility in Melbourne’s southeast, the Factory Sale is an opportunity to witness the careful craftsmanship behind each piece — with techniques that have been perfected since the brand was established 45 years ago.

Plus, those who attend the sale will also have the opportunity to place a custom pre-order at a discount, with up to 20% off. Simply select the design, size and finishes, and the team will manufacture it in 6-8 weeks.

If you need any more convincing to invest in an Australian-made piece that will stand the test of time, all of Arthur G’s designs come with a 10-year structural guarantee.

Doors are open from 9am-5pm daily, and there’s only limited stock available!

The Arthur G Factory Sale runs from Saturday June 1 – Sunday June 2.
Explore their collections online here.

Arthur G Factory Sale
1 Stafford St
Huntingdale VIC

Supported by Athur G

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