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Discover The Home Décor Most Popular In Australia

February 23, 2022

Have you ever wondered if you like the same type of home décor as other Australians? Curious what’s most popular in your area? Or wanted to choose the right housewarming gift for an interstate friend?

Wonder no longer! We’ve done the stats based on Brighton Home Décor sales around Australia. Here’s what Aussies love in different parts of Australia.

If you live in NSW

If you live in Sydney you love delighting your guests with glamorous cutlery for entertaining. Sydneysiders in the CBD, and northern beaches, as well as those in the Byron Bay area are most likely to order our gold palm tree floor lamps for added glamour.

The funky folk in inner-city Surry Hills are most likely to light up their living rooms with our illuminated space-saving corner lamps while drinks are on those in inner-west Sydney who buy a lot of our bar cart drink trolleys.

Those on the North Shore of Sydney are most likely to say cheese, please, to our range of serving platters.

The Hills District residents tend to hanker for Hamptons style fans and order our faux clam shells for their coffee tables while those in beachy Cronulla also love clam shells for the pale coastal look.

The rustic ski chalet look is cool with consumers in western NSW who are our biggest customers for our antler chandeliers.

If you live in QLD

Brisbanites love adding tropical Rockstar glamour with our gold palm tree floor lamps.

In keeping with their beach lifestyle, those in Brisbane and Sunshine Coast adore our faux clam shells for console displays and showcasing champagne on ice for at-home entertaining. Their preference for plantation style makes them one of our biggest buyers of our folding bamboo tables in the Sunshine Coast.


Curiously, our mobile phone toilet roll holders sell best in Brissie! Are they all renovating their bathrooms?

And during the festive season, those on the Gold Coast love showstopping Christmas trees.

If you live in SA

You really, really love Christmas and snap up our Christmas trees, Christmas candles and Christmas nutcrackers if you live in Adelaide.

If you live in VIC

You’re most likely to say ‘Cheers” to a drinks cart trolley if you live on the Mornington Peninsula while you’ll melt for a lava lamp if you’re based in inner-city or bayside Melbourne.

Melbourne residents love their floral displays with these cityslickers the most likely to buy floral vases for their homes.

Some of the biggest sweet tooths live in Melbourne, ordering up our illuminated cupcake stands.

Interestingly, those living in Melbourne are just as likely as Sydneysiders to order our tableware range.

If you live in WA

Despite Perth boasting a hot, dry Mediterranean climate, its residents love our oversized, snow-dusted Christmas trees!

If you live in TAS or ACT

Unfortunately, we don’t yet have enough Tassie customers, Northern Territorians or Canberrans to see a clear trend but the majority of their purchases are from our lighting range

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