Furniture

Who can resist the fluidity of a curved back sofa, or the voluptuousness of a velvet tufted wingback, or the classic appeal of an Eames lounge chair? (Answer: Very few of us.) This Furniture section highlights a variety of furniture types, styles, finishes, and pieces, just to name a few. This Homedit section is a definite must-read.

Sculptural Furniture Collection Ties The Knot In Style

Some artists can tame even the toughest materials and bend them at will, creating some of the most unique shapes and designs. Artisan Kino Guerin and his wife Elyse decided to work with wood which they handle to perfection. They created this amazing collection of benches, shelves and tables which feature smooth curves, exquisite lines and some of which look like they’ve been tied in a knot.

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10 Unique Pairings Of Materials Revolving Around Wood

Wood is an extremely versatile material and it can be successfully paired with basically any other material, the result always being perfectly balanced and harmonious. And each time, depending on the materials and textures used, the design and the style will differ. Let’s see what happens when wood meets the following materials:

Aluminum.

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Adorable & Stylish At-Home Coffee Stations

A cup of coffee in the morning before work or one on a Sunday evening hanging out with your gal pals, if you’re a lover of coffee then the set-up needs to be convenient, functional and, of course, stylish too. That’s why we took it upon ourselves to gather up some frothy and fun inspiration. Here are some adorable and stylish at-home coffee stations to help you re-organize and re-decoration your sip-worthy nook!

1. Simple.

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20 Designs That Prove Hairpin Legs Can Look Great On Anything

Figuring out what inspired the design of hairpin legs is easy and making them look stylish in your home is not such an outstanding challenge either, especially with their obvious sleek and elegant charm. So feel free to include hairpin furniture legs in your DIY projects and to look for them in stores when planning a room makeover.

Combine them with tree trunk slabs.

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Make The Most Of Your Open Floor Plan With Ikea Room Dividers

Whether you want to gain some privacy for your living room work station, to separate the seating area from the bedroom or to put a wall between the dining area and the rest of the open floor plan, these room dividers from IKEA work great in every case and, more than that, they even let you squeeze in some extra storage and display space.

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Floating Around The House – How Suspended Furniture Can Add Space To Your Home

As far as this subject goes, floating staircases are probably the most popular and common feature that comes to mind but there are actually others even more common you may even have in your home right now. We’re going to explore pretty much all the possibilities and let you decide which ones you’d enjoy including in your home’s décor.

Entryway Accessories.

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Expandable Dining Tables – The Secret To Making Guests Feel Welcome

Expandable dining tables are always good to have in the house. You never know when guests decide to pop by, and just in time for dinner. Don’t think of this as an inconvenience but an opportunity for you to make everyone feel welcomed and to impress with your sharp cooking skills. So bring out your expandable dining table and any problem will be solved.

Pull-out tables.

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