Since 1977, King has set the benchmark for Australian furniture. Driven by an unwavering commitment to timeless design, King pieces embrace the authentic Australian lifestyle. Collaborations with leading Australian designers continue to break new ground, pushing the boundaries of what furniture can achieve.
King embeds sustainability into every process. End-to-end control from design, to manufacture and delivery allows for sustainable choices. King chooses recyclable materials and designs to reduce carbon footprint. Every King design is built to last a lifetime.
The King story began with a mission for comfort. And for more than forty years, King has designed Australia’s most comfortable furniture. Layers of technology are built into every King sofa to ensure lasting comfort.
The King reputation for quality is built on steel. Backed by a 25-year guarantee, the steel frame supports the Postureflex® seating system, giving every King sofa the strong foundation needed to last a lifetime.
Offering a range of convenient in-home services, including professional cleaning and recovering, the King Care® team are here to keep your King furniture looking its very best for years to come. King Care® products offer easy at-home maintenance.
The King vision of flexible living revolutionised Australian furniture. Designed to adapt to your lifestyle, King furniture changes with you over the years. Configure modular designs to your space. Adjust components to meet personal comfort level.
King furniture integrates technology in ways no one else has achieved. With King Smart Pockets™, you can create a connected space that works for you. TouchGlide® sets a new benchmark in automated personal comfort.
End-to-end control and strict quality measures ensure every King design is built to last a lifetime. King takes a sustainable approach to manufacturing, choosing recyclable materials and effective processes to minimise carbon footprint.
Sensitive Choice® has recognised King soft furnishings, Sleep+ mattresses and KingGuard+ as suitable for those suffering from allergies and asthma. Developed by the National Asthma Council Australia, the blue butterfly symbol helps asthma and allergy sufferers easily recognise products that benefit them.