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      1. About Blue Diamond Furniture

        We have been involved in the furniture industry since 1970 gaining retail and wholesale experience before commencing manufacturing Bedroom furniture in 1992.

        Our products are crafted from Select grade Vic Ash and or NZ Pine, Single to King size & 4 Poster options, solid timber side rails, pine slats supported by our unique centre support and levelling system is supplied with all Double, Queen and King size beds, a range of bedside tables, tallboys and dressing tables with a fixed to base or wall hanging mirror.

        We are responsible for the invention of Maxilock™ the Ultimate Bed Fastening System the most popular bed bracket on the market today. It is with pride that we acknowledge our industry's acceptance of the"Maxilock".

        Our products are available through reputable retailers, the most prominent with stores around Australia is Forty Winks.

        Thank you for considering products "Made in Australia"

        Assuring you of our best attention at all times,
        Management and Staff
        Blue Diamond Furniture

         

        We are proud to be an Australian bedroom furniture manufacturer, based in Melbourne.

        Our story spans over 37 years, with

        We boast a wide collection of bedroom furniture designs, granting the company an eminent position among the Australian furniture manufacturers.

        It is with the same spirit that aimed the company since it's origin, made of intuition, creativity, innovation and the willingness to listen to our customers, that Blue Diamond intends to face the years ahead, with an ongoing commitment to produce stylish affordable bedroom furniture with a life time warranty for all of our products (subject to common sense conditions).

        We are not at all threatened by imports, as this path is a "short term" solution, creating a "long term" problem.?

        Recently I heard a response from a spokesperson for a large supermarket chain... when asked why his company sold imported goods, he said, "it;s because of consumer demand". (Can you imagine consumers coming in to your store asking... "why don't you sell imported goods?") The interviewer should have asked, "who fills your shelves?"

         

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        It is our children's future we all should strive to secure.
        We will continue to do our part ... will you join us?