Styling Your Sofa With Cushions

Cushions help you add colour and a point of interest to your sofa. They’re an inexpensive and easy way to redecorate your room with the seasons or your temperament! The clever selection and arrangement of your sofa cushions can make or break a room. But with so many different fabrics, shapes, sizes and colours out …

Autumn Update: Looks We Love

Need an Autumn Refresh? One of the best things about the changing weather is the chance to give your home an inspired interior update. Celebrate the season by creating an autumn haven that is as minimal or drastic as you like, and get the look with these tips and tricks from Brosa! 1. Communicate with …

All About Scandinavia: Danish Designers Who Inspire Us

Danish design is distinguished from other design philosophies through simplicity and functionality. It first came about in the middle of the 20th century and is now widely referred to as mid-century, Scandinavian or retro styles. The style is partially rooted in the German Bauhaus movement, whereby Danish designers used new technologies and philosophies to create …

Brosa’s Velvet Care Guide

Image via Warwick Fabrics Australia   At Brosa, we love velvets for its beauty, soft touch and overall comfort. Our Notting Hill Chesterfield collection is the epitome of precisely this — featuring not only the classic deep button tufting and English rolled arms that we all know and love the Chesterfield for — but also …

5 Steps to Styling A Statement Piece

Image via House of Turquoise At Brosa, we love making a statement, especially when it comes to your living space. In celebration of the upcoming launch of our Chesterfield sofa collection – the ultimate statement piece – today we’d like to talk about how to style your prominent furniture piece. In welcoming a statement piece into …

Brosa’s Bar Stool Guide

With the rise of open floor plans, bar stools are becoming a trend in homes, complementing breakfast bars and dining counters. Moving away from commercial uses, bar stools make great additions to smaller spaces, where a dining table and full set of chairs is out of the question. However, when buying bar stools, it can …

The Tale of the Chesterfield

Image via Homedit The history of the Chesterfield is said to have begun with Lord Phillip Stanhope, the 4th Earl of Chesterfield. Apart from being well respected as a writer and politician, Lord Stanhope was also quite the trendsetter. During his time, he requested a local craftsman to create a furniture piece — not just …