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09 Nov 2017

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Apartment living made easy

A business offering locals quality apartment furniture and Manchester at incredibly low prices has just opened its doors at DFO South Wharf’s Homemaker Centre.

ByRoyale, located near opposite JB Hi-Fi, specialises in everything from dining chairs, small consoles and cabinets to decorations, small stools and tables for apartments.

Another major service that the business specialises in is quality and locally manufactured bedding and Manchester, which is all produced from 100 per cent Australian wool.

“We manufacture our own Manchester for all bedrooms and it’s all made from our brand,” store owner Andrew Justyna said.

“We also extend on the cushions we have probably more than 100 different styles and we’re constantly changing designs.”

“We’re always trying to promote Australian products as well so we’re selling Australian wool quilts and pillows, which are all 100 per cent Australian made, which is very rare these days.”

Andrew and wife Ursula recently relocated the business to South Wharf from its previous home in Camberwell and he said they loved their new inner city location.

With the business specialising in all things for the apartment home, Andrew said being located next apartment-based areas such as Southbank and Docklands suited their customer’s needs perfectly.

“It’s important because I think there is a shortage of apartment furniture and the major retailers don’t really care about it because it’s not a big market but it’s a niche market here,” he said.

“It’s a family business and we enjoy it very much. The location here at South Wharf is a positive and the foot traffic is constantly improving.”

ByRoyale also offers its own travel brand to suit the needs of many inner city professionals seeking luggage or accessories.

It also offers free home delivery within a 10-kilometre radius of its store.

ByRoyale is located at shop 1-111, Homemaker Centre, DFO South Wharf.

For more information visit byroyale.com.au

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