DON Furniture was a must have item in any aspiring middle-class Kiwi home during the 1960s and 70s.
When New Zealand clamped down on imports with a host of regulations, it presented an opportunity for local production. DON Furniture was a manufacturer that succeeded in the wake of this development.
During the 1960s, local tastes veered toward the clean lines of the Scandinavian style. DON Furniture catered to this market, with designs for New Zealanders inspired by leading international pieces. It offered quality construction, often crafted from radiant Sapele Mahogany timber.
Check out this classic 1960s Don TV commercial to see the brand in action.