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.

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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DIY Furniture Projects Made Of Whole Pallets

Our last inspirational article for today will focus on pallet furniture. We’ve already pretty much covered all the bases when it comes to this concept but there’s still one aspect to be discussed. The following projects show you how to use whole pallets to create practical furniture for your home. No cutting and disassembling is required.

Platform Bed.

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The Mythical Beauty Of The Sea Replicated In Modern Furniture

Although water covers a huge part of our planet, we are still baffled by everything that happens deep in the abyss of the oceans. But while we may not be able to yet understand everything that’s happening down there, we have found a way to bring that mystery into our homes in the form of furniture. Designer Christopher Duffy poetically captured all that beauty with a sculptural piece known as the Abyss Table. Greg Klassen also found a way to hypnotize us with gorgeous designs featuring a combination of wood and glass.

Christopher Duffy of Duffy London.

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Modular Furniture – Always The Better Choice And Perfect For Small Spaces

There aren’t many reasons why someone would choose regular furniture over modular one as the latter comes with numerous advantages. First of all, it combines multiple functions in a single design. Secondly, modular furniture lets you save tons of space without compromising on comfort and function. Also, it’s very fun to discover all of its hidden secrets.

Peg.

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Functional With A Twist – Wooden Desk Spirals Out Of Proportions

A common characteristic of modern furniture is the ability to blend aesthetics and function in stunning designs. However, few manage to do it as stunningly as this one-of-a-kind desk. Called Manug Celestii, this is a creation by designer Joseph Walsh who basically came up with a new style.

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10 Unexpected Combinations Between Modern Chairs And Country Tables

Whether it’s intentional or not, old and new come together all the time in our home’s interior designs. The contrast is always strong and not easy to include in the décor. If you like the combination, try mixing modern chairs with an old table in your dining room. It’s a particularly nice look for this area of the house because it creates an inviting and comfortable ambiance.

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