With Australian roots and a focus on craftsmanship and durability, Harbour was born from two brothers’ passion for design and furniture-making. Harbour’s origin story started when Harrison and Nicholas Condos set their sights on the massive potential of entering the U.S. market.
So, they grew their father’s brand, Australian welding company Tecno Furniture, to include Harbour as an export arm, allowing their family’s metalwork and craft to travel overseas.
Ford dining table
Today, Harbour’s luxe furniture collections blend traditional elements with modern touches inspired by the Australian climate and culture. Case in point, the new Victoria Collection evokes elements reminiscent of the Australian coastline, where the brothers grew up, through sleek curves. Likewise, the laid-back lifestyle of Byron Bay inspires Harbour’s aptly named Byron Collection.
Samos three-seat sofa
Harbour’s entry into the American market and wild popularity across the East End is no surprise—the brand’s Aussie-inspired aesthetic fuses naturally with the Hamptons lifestyle. From a selection of handcrafted cabanas and daybeds to sofas and dining chairs, the Bridgehampton showroom is teeming with rich design inspiration for the inside and out. 2183 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, 646.453.4336