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.

Saving Space Becomes Natural With Vertical Storage

Vertical storage is at the top of my list of things I want to have in my home when I move in. That’s because I find it very economical and practical. Theoretically, it’s not that much different to have a vertical drawer instead of a horizontal one but you’ll see that it’s much easier to fit vertical storage in the room, no matter its function.

In the kitchen, vertical racks are perfect for storing and organizing spices and other things. They take little space and they easily fit in the kitchen island or wall cabinets.

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TV Swivel Concepts – Very Practical And Perfect For Modern Homes

There’s not a day when I don’t have to move the TV a little bit so it sits at the right angle. It gets frustrating although it’s such a simple thing to do. It would be much more easier and more practical to have a TV with a swivel. This connection would allow the TV to rotate horizontally or vertically, making it easier for the user to find the perfect angle.

This unit serves as a dividing wall between the living room and another social space

There are numerous ways in which you can achieve that and they don’t all involve a cylindrical swivel. For example, you could have the TV mounted on a platform or on a surface which rotates or you could mount it on a rotating wall.

The swivel allows users to watch TV from both rooms

You could have to think about these options before you decorate your place although it’s possible to find the perfect solution even after everything is decided.

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Transparent Lucite Furniture And Interior Design Elements For A Seamless Touch Of Modern

Lucite, also known as plexiglas, is a synthetic organic compound and a material with high stability and good resistance to shock. It’s colorless and transparent and largely used in aircraft canopies and windows, boat windshields, car taillights, camera lenses but also ornaments and furniture. Because lucite is very resistant and also transparent, it’s widely used in modern interior design to add depth to a space and to make it seem more airy.

This modern nursery has a plexiglas crib which looks particularly interesting. It’s safe and secure but it’s also transparent and this means that you can easily take a peak at your baby without disturbing him/her and the baby can look around without an obstructed view.

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Customizable Furniture With 12 Bars And Numerous Possible Configurations

The biggest challenge when designing a space is choosing the furniture. It’s very difficult to have all the features you need without wasting a lot of space. But space management has been completely revolutionized by Studio _o1. They created the Barcode Room for Japanese real estate company Able.

The Barcode Room features a very unusual and intriguing design. It has 12 bars or walls and they can be reconfigured in numerous combinations, depending on the user’s immediate needs and preferences. This means that the whole room can get a completely new design in just a few minutes. You can transform it from a space where you relax or where you cook into a wonderful entertainment area. It’s like having 3 or more rooms in one.

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Pallet Addicted – 30 Bed Frames Made Of Recycled Pallets

Pallets are used worldwide for all sorts of interesting and useful DIY projects. For example, wooden pallets are often used for making furniture such as bed frames, nightstands and all sorts of other things. There are several advantages which come with using pallets.

You can make lots of things using pallets, including a headboard

First of all, you get to recycle.Second of all, it’s very cheap. You can find pallets at local stores or buy them for merely nothing. Also, it’s very easy to work with pallets.

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Clever And Space-Saving Beds Which You Can Slide Away and Hide

A bed is a large and robust piece of furniture, no matter now sleek and sophisticated its design may be. This means that they occupy lots of floor space and thus don’t leave with too many options when decorating the rest of the space.

But what if you could somehow hide the bed when you’re not using it and clear up floor space? That would be truly awesome and it’s definitely something I’d consider for my home. But let’s take a look at a few examples to better understand how it all works.

Here’s a living room with a seating area which raised off the floor and sits on a platform. You might wonder why such a design was chosen. It’s so that a pull-out bed could fit underneath the platform. It’s basically like having two pieces of furniture one on top of the other and which can be used independently or both at the same time.

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21 Chic Acrylic Coffee Tables & Their Stylish Versatility

Acrylic, Lucite, clear, fake-glass. Whatever you may have called it or heard it called, acrylic in the form of chic furniture is here to stay. It’s a win-win as an ultra-chic yet visually lightweight piece amid many other more eye-catching pieces.

Specifically in the living room, which often is a design mecca for larger furniture (and more pieces of it, to boot) and diverse patterns, colors, and textures, an acrylic coffee table is versatile to fit any style, color scheme, or size needs.

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