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.

Pairing Raw Beauty With Sleek Designs Through Live-Edge Tables

Live-edge furniture, regardless of the type, is essentially sculptural and unique and always stands out. It also tends to look rustic to pairing it with more modern decors is sometimes challenging. Yet a live-edge dining table or coffee table can’t possibly look inadequate, no matter how you slice it.


Craft Tables With Storage Attempting To Organize Your Creativity

So you have a habit of creating all sorts of knick knacks and handmade ornaments. That’s all cool and lovely and you should be proud of yourself for being so creative. But think of this for a moment: wouldn’t it feel right to have a craft table or island with storage for all your crafting materials, a space where everything has its own place?


Secretary Desks – The Tallest, Heaviest And Most Imposing Of Them All

A secretary desk is a rather odd piece of furniture these days but it used to be a common feature back in the day. It has a base made of wide drawers topped with a bookcase usually featuring glass doors and with a hinged desk in between. The combination can seem unusual and unnecessarily robust but, at the same time, it seems like a pretty neat option for those working from home because it can be closed, concealing the desk and thus restoring the room to its original function.

A quirky addition to the bedroom.


Introducing Drop Leaf Dining Tables – The Good Old Space-Savers

A dining table is useful in every home, whether you’re having family dinner time every night or you use it a few times a year. But whatever the case is, you don’t want the table to occupy a ton of space in your home all the time. Remember the good old drop-leaf table? It’s a classic, available in any style and a perfect choice.

Living-dining area combinations.


20 Shoe Storage Cabinets That Are Both Functional & Stylish

Today we’re showing off some beautiful ways to organize your shoe collection and stylize the nook they already live in. From mudrooms to bedrooms, there are a variety of places around the house they can and will get cluttered with the family’s shoes, so why not find a piece to keep them stored and ready for the day’s events? Let’s take a look at 20 shoe storage cabinets that are both functional and stylish for your own space!

1. Modern & Wooden.


Wonderful & Fun Storage Cubbies: Ideas & Inspiration

From the craft rooms to the nurseries, every nook and cranny of your home needs to be organized, especially as the family grows and your space expands. And one of the best ways to get ship-shape in any corner of the house is to use wonderful, fun and super functional storage cubbies! And we’re here to inspire you with lots of storage cubby ideas, so let’s sit back, relax and take a peek!

1. Traditional and Slanted.


Wrought Iron Headboards Charm With Their Raw Attraction

Wrought iron railings, doors, gates, ornamental pieces and other fittings have been handcrafted since early times and they became really popular in the Middle Ages. Nowadays, wrought iron is no longer produced on a commercial scale but these elements still exist. Decorative features such as headboards for example may not be the most popular but they’re definitely very charming and they can give your home that unique look you’ve been trying to obtain.


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